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  • Shallow water effect


    In this course, you will learn about ship squat, which is the reduction in under keel clearance experienced by a vessel when it moves in shallow water. This phenomenon is a result of the hydrodynamic interaction between the ship’s hull and the water, and it can have significant implications for ship navigation and safety. Throughout…

  • Ship Crane

    Ship crane


    Welcome to the Ship Crane online course where you will learn the types of ship cranes and their functions, operating procedures and techniques for loading and unloading cargo & Maintenance and troubleshooting of ship cranes. This course is suitable for individuals looking to enter the maritime industry or those looking to expand their knowledge and…

  • Ship Interaction


    In this course you will learn about the interaction effects between ships. You will also learn about the hydrodynamic effect it has on ships and it’s impact on maneuvering.  A step by step procedure will be explained on the different stages of interaction and what actions the OOW can take in this situation. You are…

  • Sale! mooring techniques

    Ship Maneuvering Mooring Techniques


    In this course you will learn about the different mooring techniques such as Standing Moor, Running moor and Mediterranean Moor.  You will learn about the different scenarios in which you can use these mooring techniques and how to perform these maneuvers efficiently!  By the end of the course, you will have thoroughly understood the different…



    In this course, you will learn about Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) and Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) as mandated by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for enhancing the safety and security of ships and seafarers. You will also gain knowledge about the technical aspects of SSAS and LRIT systems, including their components, configuration,…

  • Ship Stabiliser System

    Ship Stabiliser System


    A ship stabilizer system is a device or group of devices that are used to reduce the amount of rolling and pitching motion that a vessel experiences, which can make it more comfortable and safer for passengers and crew. This course explains the types of stabilizing systems used onboard commercial ships and how they are…

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    Shore Power Supply


    In this course, you will learn about the various procedures and techniques that are implemented on ships for dealing with man overboard situations. You will also learn about the different types of alarms and signals used for man overboard situations, as well as the responsibilities and duties of crew members during a search and rescue…

  • Steering Gear on ship

    Steering Gear System


    Welcome to the course on steering gear systems on ships, where you will learn about the various types of steering gear systems used on ships and their functioning. You will also learn about the components of a steering gear system and how it is maintained onboard the ship. This course also covers the regulatory requirement…

  • Survival at Sea After Abandon Ship


    This online course is designed for seafarers and maritime professionals who may find themselves in a situation where they need to abandon a ship and survive at sea. In this course, you will learn essential survival skills and techniques that will help you survive in a lifeboat or a similar floating device until rescue arrives….

  • Transverse Thrust


    In this course, you will learn about transverse thrust on ships and its effects on ship handling.  This will provide practical guidance on how to handle a ship in conditions where transverse thrust is present, such as when maneuvering in narrow channels, docking, or navigating in strong currents. By the end of this course, you will have…

  • Tropical Revolving Storms


    In this course, you will learn about Tropical Revolving Storms, which are one of the most significant meteorological phenomena in the world. You will explore the basics of the structure, formation, and characteristics of tropical revolving storms, including their impact on global weather patterns and the environment. The course will cover the different stages of…

  • Two Stroke Marine Engine

    Two-Stroke Marine Engines


    The 2-stroke engines are used for vessel propulsion and are bigger in size as compared to the 4-stroke engines. In this engine, the complete sequence is complete in two cycles i.e. Suction and compression stroke –  which is the upward movement of the piston to draw fresh air inside and to compress the air-fuel mixture…

  • VDR & S-VDR


    The IMO defines the Voyage Data Recorder as a complete system, including any items required to interface with the sources of input signals, their processing and encoding, the final recording medium, the playback equipment, the power supply and dedicated reserve power source. Akin to the ‘Black Box’ on airplanes, a Voyage Data Recorder is an…

  • vts

    Vessel Traffic Services


    This introductory course on Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) provides essential insights into one of the critical aspects of maritime operations. VTS plays a pivotal role in ensuring the safety and efficiency of vessel movements within busy waterways and ports. By the end of this course, you will have a solid understanding of what VTS is,…