The Nautical School of Maritime Licensing is seeking instructors for our NYC (USS Intrepid Boat House) location. Must have a valid MMC. Call Us for more information 631-226-7300

USCG License Renewal Class up to 100 GRT

Class Details

Course Name:
USCG License Renewal Class up to 100 GRT
Course Number:
Course Price:
Class Location:
TNS Headquarters (Lindenhurst, NY)
178 West Hoffman Avenue
(Walking distance from the LIRR train station)
Lindenhurst , NY 11757
First Date of Class:
June 1, 2024
8:00AM - 5:00PM
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Class Enrollment Cancellation Policy: Classes conducted are based on enrollments. Therefore, class cancellation by student within ten (10) days prior to start of class, or failure to attend ("no-show") by student is subject to forfeiture of entire fee and no credit will be issued. No exceptions. Refunds may be requested only if scheduled course canceled by the Nautical School.

If you do not want to register online, please call or download the registration form and mail or fax it to:

The Nautical School
178 West Hoffman Avenue
Lindenhurst, NY 11757

Phone: 1.631.226.7300
Fax: 631.225.1577
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More Information

A U.S. Coast Guard License must be renewed every 5 years and can be renewed 12 months prior to its expiration date.

There are three choices for renewing a U.S. Coast Guard License:

  • Show 360 days of operation since your last renewal
  • Take a very difficult Coast Guard exam
  • Attend a 1 day Renewal/Refresher Course that meets the requirements

The Nautical School is approved by the Coast Guard to teach a one day Renewal/Refresher Course for Deck Licenses.

There is a one year grace period which you can renew your license, however during that time the license may not be used.

Requirements include: Coast Guard Application, physical exam and a drug test.

You do NOT need First Aid & CPR Training to renew your license.

At the end of the class, there is a refresher exam after which a Certificate of Completion will be issued. This certificate is mailed (or walked in) to the Coast Guard along with your application. Or, if you prefer, you may have The Nautical School process your application as we're a USCG Mariner Credentialing Agent. This means we can process your application for you eliminating the visits to the USCG and removing the roadblocks.

The U.S. Coast Guard then mails your new license directly to you.