Stability (Master Yachts) Course
Develop your understanding, expand your knowledge. This management level Ship Stability (Master Yachts) Course will allow you to develop a thorough understanding of the principles of ship stability, on a practical level.
About the course
This Stability (Master Yachts) Course will introduce you to the basic principles of hydrostatics, hull form, and static and initial stability.
You’ll also develop your understanding of the interpretation of curves or statical stability, ships’ stability data, and calculations involving loading and shifting weights, dry docking, longitudinal stability and basic calculation.
At the end of the module, you’ll take a 2.5-hour examination with a required pass mark of 60%.
This all-inclusive Ship Stability (Master Yachts) course can be delivered on a residential or non-residential basis. If you opt for the residential course, the cost includes your accommodation and all food. The non-residential option includes lunch each day.
Examination and assessment:
Assessment is by written 2.5-hour examination at the end of the module. The required pass mark is 60%.
You don’t require any prior experience to complete this Stability (Master Yachts) course.
The Stability (Master Yachts) course will consist of four sections and 13 topics:
Section 1: Basic Principles
Section 2: List and Related Problems
Section 3: Curves of Statical Stability
Section 4: Loll, Dry Docking and Longitudinal Stability
Stability (Master Yachts)
This course will support your training towards Master (Yachts less than 500gt/3000gt).
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