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.

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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.

Upcoming Courses

  1. Master Passenger Boat.

    Monday 7th September - Friday 2nd October
  2. MCA Approved Marine Engine Course 1

    Monday 28th September - Friday 2nd October
  3. MSO Approved Maritime Leadership & Resource Management

    Thursday 1st October - Saturday 3rd October
  4. MCA Approved HELM (Operational)

    Thursday 1st October - Saturday 3rd October
  5. MCA Approved Marine Engine Course 2

    Monday 5th October - Friday 9th October

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Record keeping….

Record keeping….

Approved Engine Courses 1 & 2  meet with the latest MCA syllabus requirements that have come into operation. This image relates to the AEC 2 and the documentation aspects involved at sea. With ever increasing scrutiny of vessels environmental impact as well as the...

Fuel issues….

All too easy to overlook, but constant care is needed with fuel, from taking onboard, right up to its ignition. The image shows damage suffered to a fuel pump plunger where excess water has caused corrosion lowering delivery pressure. Learn more on the next Approved...