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Includes class material and testing services*


Captain Class

Operator Uninspected Passenger Vessel Class

New Week end Class Starting Soon

OUPV Class is Three Week-Ends

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2018 Schedule

OUPV CLASS

New Dates Below

 Week 1 Houston-Week-End OUPV  September 14th, 15th and 16th 2018
 Week 2 Houston-Week-End OUPV Classes September 21st, 22nd, 23rd 2018 
Week 3 Houston-Week-End OUPV Classes September 28th 29th,30th 2018


Attendance to all three Week-End Sessions are required to pass the class

Class times are Friday 5-9 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM until 6:00 PM


Masters Upgrade Class 25-50-100 Ton,

1 Week-End*

  May  4th 5th & 6th  2018
Friday 6:00 Pm

*Requires OUPV as prerequisite



Call for scheduling information 281-384-2020


Attendance to all three Week-End Sessions are required to pass the class
Class times are Friday 6-10 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM


OUPV Classes are 6:00PM-10:00PM Friday

Saturday & Sunday 10:00AM-7:00PM

 Three Week Ends in a Row

* Students must receive Coast Guard mandated scores on each section's test.


**Students applying for OUPV and Master's Credentials with the Coast Guard are subject to all requirements of the Coast Guard.


*** Students with Chronic Medical Conditions or Limiting Physical Conditions must meet the Coast Guards Medical Review, and Pass a Medical Examination which meets the National Maritime Center and the Coast Guards Requirements.


Texas Boat's Exchange, The Capt. School, makes no guarantee of a student's ability or physical fitness to receive the OUPV or Master's Credential as The NMC and the Coast Guard are the regulatory agency that must approve each student to receive their credential.