This website was developed by the Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area in partnership and with funding support from the National Park Service, Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network and the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation, Pennsylvania Heritage Areas Program.
To receive the upgrade from Master 100 Ton to Master 200 Ton you must meet the USCG requirements.
The checklist can be found on the National Maritime Center's website.
Maritime Institute's one-week Able Seaman course is a real value. Applicants who successfully complete the course and who present the Maritime Institute Certificate of Training at a U. Coast Guard Regional Exam Center within one year of the completion of training will satisfy the written examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.05-9 for the Deck General & Navigation General and Deck Safety & Rules of the Road exam modules for any Able Seaman endorsement.
You can test with us right at the conclusion of the course instead of having to test with the U. An Able Seaman may be called on to use emergency, lifesaving, damage control, and safety equipment.
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.
The John & Kathryn Zimmerman Center for Heritage serves as a community education facility for the Susquehanna Heritage Park and provides a scenic and historic setting for the programs of the Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area.
Also known as the Dritt Mansion at Historic Pleasant Garden, the Zimmerman Center’s mid-18th century riverfront homestead is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
The water trail provides many opportunities to experience the waterway and its tributaries, the unique geology of the region, the biological diversity of plant and animal species and an abundance of recreational opportunities.
The water trail also highlights the settlements, culture, and archeological evidence of the native peoples of the region. 1 7 | Falmouth Boat Access 8 | Conewago Access Area 9 | Kings Road Campground Access 10 | Conoy Picnic Access Area 11 | Bainbridge Access12 | River Park Access 13 | Decatur Street Access 14 | Marietta Access 15 | Commons Park Access 16 | Wrightsville Access 17 | Columbia River Park Access 18 | Klines Run Park 19 | Zimmerman Center for Heritage 20 | Blue Rock Heritage Center 21 | Lock 2 Boat Ramp (Upper) 22 | Lock 2 Boat Ramp (Lower)23 | Safe Harbor Park 24 | Peque Boat Ramp 25 | Otter Creek Campground 26 | York Furnace Boat Ramp 27 | Indian Steps Access 28 | Lock 15 Historic Area 29 | Muddy Creek Access 30 | Cold Cabin Access 31 | Dorsey Park Boat Launch 32 | Peach Bottom Marina 33 | Broad Creek Access In addition to river access, this site offers access to Conewago Falls, the river potholes, the Conoy Canal Trail, a remnant lock of the Pennsylvania Mainline Canal, and a view of the York Haven Dam.
Able seamen perform all operations connected with the launching of lifesaving equipment.