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Old 30-08-2013, 17:09   #1
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I currently am just crewing in my local area should I have a log book to keep how many hours and what boat it is on to keep track what I have done and get it signed by the owner of the yacht
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Re: Help

Hiya Skinny! Google "USCG 6-pack captain license". Among the requirements, keeping a log of your sailing. There is an official "log form" that you can download, then use after completing a cruise; print a bunch of them. All info needed, is on the log sheet. Definitely, log all your trips as you'll eventually need to provide the "mileage" sailed. While browsing the USCG web site, it may not be a bad idea to start getting/earning the suggested documents. Sail away and have a ball!

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