The Seamanship Centre
The Seamanship Centre has a worldwide reputation for outstanding maritime training. Our first class teaching staff and excellent industry standard facilities allow us to offer some of the best maritime training in the world in a flexible, friendly and professional manner. We offer professional industry training to international shipping companies, the offshore and yachting industries.
We are MCA, MSO, RYA and ISA approved training providers. At The Seamanship Centre we pride ourselves in going the extra mile to ensure that our students have a worthwhile experience and leave us having upped their game and passed the exam. To this end we will arrange extra tuition in the evenings, if an exam candidate is finding the going a bit tough or has difficulty with a specific task or concept. We do not charge extra for this but believe that as we rely on word of mouth to fill our classes that our extra effort will be rewarded by positive referrals to new clients.
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Monday 21st October - Thursday 24th October The Seamanship Centre situated at Killybegs on The Wild Atlantic Way, 2hrs 5mins drive from Knock International Airport, has a worldwide reputation for outstanding maritime training. The course covers the following topics,...
Monday 21st October - Thursday 24th October The Seamanship Centre which is situated in Killybegs on The Wild Atlantic Way, is 2hrs 5mins drive from Knock International Airport and has a worldwide reputation for outstanding maritime training. The Master 200/500 Oral...
Monday 7th October - Wednesday 9th October For further information contact The Seamanship Centre team on Phone:+353 (0) 86 893 7225 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:https://www.seamanship.ie
Short accounts of accidents describing what happened, and lessons to be learned. This information is for: the shipping industry the fishing industry recreational craft users the general public
Man overboard rescued off Dover 'was wearing lifejacket with good strobe light' A crew member who went overboard from his sailing boat in the early hours of 24 September was rescued thanks in no small part to the lifejacket he was wearing.