The Water Trail Maps and Guides are your portable information sources for accessing the Lower Section of the Susquehanna River Water Trail 1 | New Market Public Access Area 2 | Middletown Access 3 | Canal Lock Access 4 | Goldsboro Access No. Panel discusses some of the unique geological features of the Susquehanna River in this area, and how some commercial enterprises avoided, and others used, the river’s physical characteristics to their advantage.Panel discusses how the river has long been used as a north-south route but was an obstacle to east-west travel, and how this was put to good use during the Civil War when confederate troops tried to cross the river into Lancaster County.
It would be nice to know if any of the captains we have sailed with are still on Princess ships and where they are now.
Maritime Institute's courses and tests are approved by the United States Coast Guard and National Maritime Center in lieu of taking the exams at the USCG Regional Exam Center.
Any USCG license of 200 tons or less, including an OUPV license, may be endorsed for Assistance towing. Coast Guard approved course meets the written examination requirement for a candidate holding a USCG Master or Mate license to obtain a Sailing or Auxiliary Sailing Endorsement.
This endorsement authorizes the holder to engage in commercial assistance towing within the scope of their license. This ten and one half (10-1/2) hour course teaches the international navigation rules and regulations for preventing collisions at sea and the Inland Navigation Rules; also known as the Rules of the Road; or the Nav Rules.
Course subjects include: Once you complete the online practice and final exam you will have 45 days to complete a proctored USCG Approved Exam at one of our approved locations.
Upon successful completion of this exam you will receive a Course Completion Certificate that is valid for 1 year.
As with all our online courses this is done at your own pace and when it's most convenient for you.
You have up to 4 weeks to complete the course but most of our students complete it in a lot less time.
Includes a restored 1832 Witmer Grist Mill and provides river access for canoes and kayaks to explore the Conejohela Flats.