Able Body Seaman Course

Able Seaman in Class or Telepresence Course

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

TUITION $995

You can register on line at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/ or call 206 659 7178

Seafarers Worldwide live stream Telepresence Able Seaman Course is an instructor led USCG approved online distance learning course. The complete course including final written examination and knot practical is accomplished online.

Students can attend the course that is been held in the classroom online from a laptop, wherever they are based. This course is geared towards motivated learners who will attend the course along with in-class students with the support and encouragement of the instructor and other classmates.

The examination system permitting students to take the final at home is designed to confirm the identity of the person taking the test and maintain the integrity of the examination and the examination process through a combination of remote proctoring and proprietary artificial intelligence (AI).

The goal of this 40-hour telepresence course, “Able Seaman”, is to provide trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in duties and responsibilities of the Able Seaman.

This course is meant to satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the “Deck & Navigation General / Deck Safety” and “Deck General & Safety / Rules of the Road” exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement; and the practical (knot tying) examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for any Able Seaman endorsement.

Mariners who pass their Seafarer’s Worldwide AB exams will be presented with a certificate of course completion for their Able Seaman (Domestic), which can be presented to the USCG National Maritime Center upon application for a merchant mariner credential.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariner’s sea time only. Therefore, advancement to a higher-level AB is base of sea time alone.
The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And additionally can work on any type of size vessel.
AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.
AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Seaman in Class or Telepresence Course

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

TUITION $995

You can register on line at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/ or call 206 659 7178

Seafarers Worldwide live stream Telepresence Able Seaman Course is an instructor led USCG approved online distance learning course. The complete course including final written examination and knot practical is accomplished online.

Students can attend the course that is been held in the classroom online from a laptop, wherever they are based. This course is geared towards motivated learners who will attend the course along with in-class students with the support and encouragement of the instructor and other classmates.

The examination system permitting students to take the final at home is designed to confirm the identity of the person taking the test and maintain the integrity of the examination and the examination process through a combination of remote proctoring and proprietary artificial intelligence (AI).

The goal of this 40-hour telepresence course, “Able Seaman”, is to provide trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in duties and responsibilities of the Able Seaman.

This course is meant to satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the “Deck & Navigation General / Deck Safety” and “Deck General & Safety / Rules of the Road” exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement; and the practical (knot tying) examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for any Able Seaman endorsement.

Mariners who pass their Seafarer’s Worldwide AB exams will be presented with a certificate of course completion for their Able Seaman (Domestic), which can be presented to the USCG National Maritime Center upon application for a merchant mariner credential.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariner’s sea time only. Therefore, advancement to a higher-level AB is base of sea time alone.
The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And additionally can work on any type of size vessel.
AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.
AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Seaman in Class or Telepresence Course

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

TUITION $995

You can register on line at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/ or call 206 659 7178

Seafarers Worldwide live stream Telepresence Able Seaman Course is an instructor led USCG approved online distance learning course. The complete course including final written examination and knot practical is accomplished online.

Students can attend the course that is been held in the classroom online from a laptop, wherever they are based. This course is geared towards motivated learners who will attend the course along with in-class students with the support and encouragement of the instructor and other classmates.

The examination system permitting students to take the final at home is designed to confirm the identity of the person taking the test and maintain the integrity of the examination and the examination process through a combination of remote proctoring and proprietary artificial intelligence (AI).

The goal of this 40-hour telepresence course, “Able Seaman”, is to provide trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in duties and responsibilities of the Able Seaman.

This course is meant to satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the “Deck & Navigation General / Deck Safety” and “Deck General & Safety / Rules of the Road” exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement; and the practical (knot tying) examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for any Able Seaman endorsement.

Mariners who pass their Seafarer’s Worldwide AB exams will be presented with a certificate of course completion for their Able Seaman (Domestic), which can be presented to the USCG National Maritime Center upon application for a merchant mariner credential.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariner’s sea time only. Therefore, advancement to a higher-level AB is base of sea time alone.
The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And additionally can work on any type of size vessel.
AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.
AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Seaman in Class or Telepresence Course

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

TUITION $995

You can register on line at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/ or call 206 659 7178

Seafarers Worldwide live stream Telepresence Able Seaman Course is an instructor led USCG approved online distance learning course. The complete course including final written examination and knot practical is accomplished online.

Students can attend the course that is been held in the classroom online from a laptop, wherever they are based. This course is geared towards motivated learners who will attend the course along with in-class students with the support and encouragement of the instructor and other classmates.

The examination system permitting students to take the final at home is designed to confirm the identity of the person taking the test and maintain the integrity of the examination and the examination process through a combination of remote proctoring and proprietary artificial intelligence (AI).

The goal of this 40-hour telepresence course, “Able Seaman”, is to provide trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in duties and responsibilities of the Able Seaman.

This course is meant to satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the “Deck & Navigation General / Deck Safety” and “Deck General & Safety / Rules of the Road” exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement; and the practical (knot tying) examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for any Able Seaman endorsement.

Mariners who pass their Seafarer’s Worldwide AB exams will be presented with a certificate of course completion for their Able Seaman (Domestic), which can be presented to the USCG National Maritime Center upon application for a merchant mariner credential.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariner’s sea time only. Therefore, advancement to a higher-level AB is base of sea time alone.
The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And additionally can work on any type of size vessel.
AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.
AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Seaman in Class or Telepresence Course

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

TUITION $995

You can register on line at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/ or call 206 659 7178

Seafarers Worldwide live stream Telepresence Able Seaman Course is an instructor led USCG approved online distance learning course. The complete course including final written examination and knot practical is accomplished online.

Students can attend the course that is been held in the classroom online from a laptop, wherever they are based. This course is geared towards motivated learners who will attend the course along with in-class students with the support and encouragement of the instructor and other classmates.

The examination system permitting students to take the final at home is designed to confirm the identity of the person taking the test and maintain the integrity of the examination and the examination process through a combination of remote proctoring and proprietary artificial intelligence (AI).

The goal of this 40-hour telepresence course, “Able Seaman”, is to provide trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in duties and responsibilities of the Able Seaman.

This course is meant to satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the “Deck & Navigation General / Deck Safety” and “Deck General & Safety / Rules of the Road” exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement; and the practical (knot tying) examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for any Able Seaman endorsement.

Mariners who pass their Seafarer’s Worldwide AB exams will be presented with a certificate of course completion for their Able Seaman (Domestic), which can be presented to the USCG National Maritime Center upon application for a merchant mariner credential.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariner’s sea time only. Therefore, advancement to a higher-level AB is base of sea time alone.
The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And additionally can work on any type of size vessel.
AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.
AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Seaman in Class or Telepresence Course

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

TUITION $995

You can register on line at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/ or call 206 659 7178

Seafarers Worldwide live stream Telepresence Able Seaman Course is an instructor led USCG approved online distance learning course. The complete course including final written examination and knot practical is accomplished online.

Students can attend the course that is been held in the classroom online from a laptop, wherever they are based. This course is geared towards motivated learners who will attend the course along with in-class students with the support and encouragement of the instructor and other classmates.

The examination system permitting students to take the final at home is designed to confirm the identity of the person taking the test and maintain the integrity of the examination and the examination process through a combination of remote proctoring and proprietary artificial intelligence (AI).

The goal of this 40-hour telepresence course, “Able Seaman”, is to provide trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in duties and responsibilities of the Able Seaman.

This course is meant to satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the “Deck & Navigation General / Deck Safety” and “Deck General & Safety / Rules of the Road” exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement; and the practical (knot tying) examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for any Able Seaman endorsement.

Mariners who pass their Seafarer’s Worldwide AB exams will be presented with a certificate of course completion for their Able Seaman (Domestic), which can be presented to the USCG National Maritime Center upon application for a merchant mariner credential.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariner’s sea time only. Therefore, advancement to a higher-level AB is base of sea time alone.
The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And additionally can work on any type of size vessel.
AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.
AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Seaman in Class or Telepresence Course

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

TUITION $995

You can register on line at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/ or call 206 659 7178

Seafarers Worldwide live stream Telepresence Able Seaman Course is an instructor led USCG approved online distance learning course. The complete course including final written examination and knot practical is accomplished online.

Students can attend the course that is been held in the classroom online from a laptop, wherever they are based. This course is geared towards motivated learners who will attend the course along with in-class students with the support and encouragement of the instructor and other classmates.

The examination system permitting students to take the final at home is designed to confirm the identity of the person taking the test and maintain the integrity of the examination and the examination process through a combination of remote proctoring and proprietary artificial intelligence (AI).

The goal of this 40-hour telepresence course, “Able Seaman”, is to provide trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in duties and responsibilities of the Able Seaman.

This course is meant to satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the “Deck & Navigation General / Deck Safety” and “Deck General & Safety / Rules of the Road” exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement; and the practical (knot tying) examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for any Able Seaman endorsement.

Mariners who pass their Seafarer’s Worldwide AB exams will be presented with a certificate of course completion for their Able Seaman (Domestic), which can be presented to the USCG National Maritime Center upon application for a merchant mariner credential.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariner’s sea time only. Therefore, advancement to a higher-level AB is base of sea time alone.
The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And additionally can work on any type of size vessel.
AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.
AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Body Seaman

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

Presented by Seafarers Worldwide & The Northwest Maritime Academy

Tuition $900.

To register please call our office at 206 659 7178 or call Pat Boyle at 425 320 6441 or online at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/event-info/able-seaman-33

This 4 day Able Seaman (AB) course is the starting point for all higher level certificates. This AB course also meets all the U. S. Coast Guard examination requirements, upon graduation the student may immediately transition to the next level course with no further U. S. Coast Guard examination requirements. Whether it be Lifeboat Limited certification or the standard Lifeboat certification, the follow-up course is staffed and ready to go. We will work to accommodate your schedule, and arrange for uninterrupted class days for swift advancement to the next level.

Course Duration: 5 Days (40 Hours)

Due to COVID–19, the Delta and Omicron variants, we are holding this class in two formats; One is a online telepresence format, this is led by Pat Boyle with comprehensive lesson to lesson instruction. The last day however must be completed in the classroom for the final exam and the knot practical. The second format is in the classroom. If you choose this format we abide by all COVID protocols; must must have had a vaccination shots.

In this AB course, you will learn how to safely and effectively participate as part of the deck department of a vessel. This means being aware of the obligations under Coast Guard regulations concerning safety and protection of the marine environment, and being able to take the practical measures necessary to meet those obligations. Whether you need the standard Lifeboat certification, a PSC refresher course, or Proficiency in Survival Craft Limited to complete your AB training requirements, you can avoid any extra hassle by taking the follow-up course with Seafarers Worldwide. We work to accommodate your schedule and arrange for uninterrupted class days for swift advancement to the next level.

Able Seaman (AB), is an MMC Rating issued by the USCG. More important, most seagoing vessels greater than 100 GRT need their crew to have an AB. To get an AB the mariner must: Firstly, have sea time on boats. And secondly, complete an approved AB course.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariners sea time only. Therefor, advancement to a higher level AB is base of sea time alone.

The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And, additionally can work on any type of size vessel.

AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And, can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.

AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Seaman in Class or Telepresence Course

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

TUITION $995

You can register on line at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/ or call 206 659 7178

Seafarers Worldwide live stream Telepresence Able Seaman Course is an instructor led USCG approved online distance learning course. The complete course including final written examination and knot practical is accomplished online.

Students can attend the course that is been held in the classroom online from a laptop, wherever they are based. This course is geared towards motivated learners who will attend the course along with in-class students with the support and encouragement of the instructor and other classmates.

The examination system permitting students to take the final at home is designed to confirm the identity of the person taking the test and maintain the integrity of the examination and the examination process through a combination of remote proctoring and proprietary artificial intelligence (AI).

The goal of this 40-hour telepresence course, “Able Seaman”, is to provide trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in duties and responsibilities of the Able Seaman.

This course is meant to satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the “Deck & Navigation General / Deck Safety” and “Deck General & Safety / Rules of the Road” exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement; and the practical (knot tying) examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for any Able Seaman endorsement.

Mariners who pass their Seafarer’s Worldwide AB exams will be presented with a certificate of course completion for their Able Seaman (Domestic), which can be presented to the USCG National Maritime Center upon application for a merchant mariner credential.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariner’s sea time only. Therefore, advancement to a higher-level AB is base of sea time alone.
The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And additionally can work on any type of size vessel.
AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.
AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.

Able Body Seaman Course

Able Body Seaman

Captain Patrick Boyle Leave a Comment

Presented by Seafarers Worldwide & The Northwest Maritime Academy

Tuition $900.

To register please call our office at 206 659 7178 or call Pat Boyle at 425 320 6441 or online at https://www.seafarersworldwide.com/event-info/able-seaman-33

This 4 day Able Seaman (AB) course is the starting point for all higher level certificates. This AB course also meets all the U. S. Coast Guard examination requirements, upon graduation the student may immediately transition to the next level course with no further U. S. Coast Guard examination requirements. Whether it be Lifeboat Limited certification or the standard Lifeboat certification, the follow-up course is staffed and ready to go. We will work to accommodate your schedule, and arrange for uninterrupted class days for swift advancement to the next level.

Course Duration: 5 Days (40 Hours)

Due to COVID–19, the Delta and Omicron variants, we are holding this class in two formats; One is a online telepresence format, this is led by Pat Boyle with comprehensive lesson to lesson instruction. The last day however must be completed in the classroom for the final exam and the knot practical. The second format is in the classroom. If you choose this format we abide by all COVID protocols; must must have had a vaccination shots.

In this AB course, you will learn how to safely and effectively participate as part of the deck department of a vessel. This means being aware of the obligations under Coast Guard regulations concerning safety and protection of the marine environment, and being able to take the practical measures necessary to meet those obligations. Whether you need the standard Lifeboat certification, a PSC refresher course, or Proficiency in Survival Craft Limited to complete your AB training requirements, you can avoid any extra hassle by taking the follow-up course with Seafarers Worldwide. We work to accommodate your schedule and arrange for uninterrupted class days for swift advancement to the next level.

Able Seaman (AB), is an MMC Rating issued by the USCG. More important, most seagoing vessels greater than 100 GRT need their crew to have an AB. To get an AB the mariner must: Firstly, have sea time on boats. And secondly, complete an approved AB course.

There are six AB ratings. Each is a different level. The higher the level, the more vessels the AB is qualified to work on. To explain, AB levels are based on the mariners sea time only. Therefor, advancement to a higher level AB is base of sea time alone.

The highest level is AB Unlimited. This AB requires 1080-days of sea time, on oceans. And, additionally can work on any type of size vessel.

AB Limited is one level lower. This AB requires 540-days of sea time, on oceans. And, can work on any type of vessel less than 1600 GRT.
One level lower is AB Special. This AB requires 360-days sea time on ocean, or navigable inland waters. Additionally, this AB can work on any type of vessel less than 500 GRT. To clarify, this AB is good for any towing vessel.

AB Fishing, AB Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV), and AB Sail are the lowest AB level. Each requiring only 180-days of sea time. And additionally, limited to one type of vessel.