Old 10-22-2019, 12:37 PM
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Originally Posted by tomharty View Post
In my case I never "asked" for anything, the reviewer at NMC decides based on sea service forms. You need 90 of the 360 days to be seaward of the COLREGS boundary line.
I have sea time experience that surpasses the 90 day requirement seaward of the boundary line ... so it sounds like I am all good without additional testing