someone who is a student of 'teaching as an art', I never expected this. With over 30 years of teaching experience myself
and decades of service afloat, I have to say that my experience in Flagship’s classroom left me feeling like a ‘rookie’
professional mariner. All should know, from the time you walk through the door, everywhere you look in the classroom, every
presentation, every exercise, every challenge, Flagship Maritime Training is THE institute for the professional. This training
W. Quinsey, Paramedic/Fire Captain (Ret)
COMPLETE YOUR CAPTAIN'S LICENSE TRAINING WITH FLAGSHIP
The seaworthiness of a vessel, by definition, includes the character, integrity, skills and experience
of her Captain. The trust and responsibility that crew and passengers place in their Captain as a guardian of trust
is extraordinary. “Good Faith” on land is eclipsed by “Utmost Good Faith” at sea, an
elevated level of trust, character, and integrity, anchored by hundreds of years of maritime customs, rewards, tragedy, and
most importantly, experience. When you place your trust in Flagship professionals, we take that responsibility
with the respect and seriousness that is not only expected, but is earned as a fellow mariner.
Put your experience to work ... start here, start now. Check our Calendar
of Courses for the course that best fits your schedule, and call to reserve your seat today!
FLAGSHIP MARITIME LICENSING
Successful completion of Flagship captain’s license training courses earns graduates a USCG-approved
completion certificate, but frankly, that’s not enough for you to earn your license. Enrollment in Flagship’s
courses automatically includes full credentialing services, including package compilation
and pre-screening, third-party authorization / durable power of attorney, complete notarial services, executing the mariner’s
oath, processing of USCG evaluation and issuance fees, coaching regarding your TWIC card and your First Aid / CPR / AED training,
coordination of medical exams and drug screening, electronic submittal to the National Maritime Center, and complete follow-through
to license issuance.
Anything less is someone else.