There are certain important requirements that are needed when you want to find out how to become a ship and boat captain and operator. The job of a ship and boat captain and operator requires specialized skills, training and knowledge.
- Essential skills. To become a ship and boat captain and operator you require navigational, safety and seamanship, oceanography, meteorological, interpersonal and teamwork skills as well as a good understanding of propulsion systems. To become a ship and boat captain and operator, you require these skills which enable you to command vessels of different sizes in oceans, lakes, coastal waters and rivers.
- Complete captain’s course. This course is a requirement for anyone wishing to become a ship and boat captain and operator. It trains you on how to calculate the position of the ship or boat, set courses and determine speeds. To become a ship and boat captain and operator you need to have knowledge about how to use electronic sounding devices, read and use charts, compasses and sextants.
- Get a license. To become a ship and boat captain and operator, you need to be licensed. Licensing authorities require you to have completed a captain’s course, have a minimum of 360 days of sea time, get a physical exam, pass a drug test and get a TWIC (Transport Worker Identification Credential) card. There are three types of licenses available for those who want to become a ship and boat captain and operator. These are Unlimited Master’s License, Restricted Tonnage License and Restricted Geographic License.
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