Captain Madison Olson was born in Key West, Florida to a family of adventurers who fostered in her a love for the ocean and a need for exploration. At 29 years old she has been sailing professionally for the last ten years on vessels ranging from 10 to 55 meters. Olson spent her childhood on […]
Apps on your mobile device can help you navigate, gather essential information about waterways and weather, and interact with other boaters on the water.Â Check out a few of our favorites!
The National Maritime Center (NMC) tells us that a total of 7,882 MMC applications in 2021 were delayed due to deficiencies in the medical certificate. We share here the top medical reasons that MMC certificates are delayed.Â
About half of the roughly 50,000 annual requests from mariners for Captains credentials are delayed at the National Maritime Center due to incomplete applications. How can you avoid the five most common reasons for delays?
Join the PCA on February 9, 2022 at 6:30 pm EST as we welcome NMC Commanding Officer Capt. Bradley Clare to discuss mariner credentialing. Submit your questions for Capt. Clare and join us for this exciting opportunity!
On January 5, 2022 at 6:30 pm,Â we will continue or Pro Seminar Series with Captain Kent Dresser who will discuss how to get your Captain’s License in an era of hybrid instruction. Bring your questions for Kent and join us for the first seminar of 2022!
In an age when paper charts are being usurped and navigational technology has dramatically improved, Captain Ken Lannamann argues that â€śold schoolâ€ť techniques should not be forgotten.Â
On Dec 8 at 6:30 pm,Â we will continue or Pro Seminar Series to bring you a deep dive into a topic of interest to small boat professional captains.Â Join us for the last seminar of 2021!
This one-hour presentation on Ocotber 27th at 6:30pm will be a fun and educational seminar describing the root causeÂ of mistakes made through lack of proper insight or full situational awareness, that still can catch mariners off guard, even with high tech instruments.
Regional Exam Center (REC) New York has reopened for examination services in the Federal Building at 201 Varick Street in Lower Manhattan.Â Specific information regarding the RECâ€™s physical address, hours of operation, and entry requirements can be found on theÂ REC New York webpage.