Superyacht Command and Control Simulation Course West Nautical and KG Maritime are the first to achieve MNTB Recognition for their Superyacht Command and Control Course “The course was worth travelling half way around the world to attend!” Daniel George, Captain 68m MY Hermitage travelled from Adelaide, Australia Captain’s Command and Control Training Course 2018 2017 Course Testimonials and Notes 2016 Course Testimonials and Notes 2015 Course Testimonials and Notes Click here for course aims and objectives . Watch us in action! The debriefs and the experiential learning that the candidates take away with them is exceptional. There are vast improvements in team working and the way that they develop themselves over the course. It’s down to a combination of their existing knowledge, a willingness to learn more and the intensity of the course. Kate Gillespie said, “It was a pleasure to work so closely with the Marine Schools staff and West Nautical’s office team, an honor to help enhance and encourage a bourgeoning safety management system. If all companies worked together in such a proactive way the seas would be a safer place.” Senior level training for Captains in their primary function as a navigation and commanding officer on board during emergency situations. Daniel George formerly of the 68m MY Hermitage said it was a fantastic course that covered many of the aspects of being a Master that weren’t included in the training for his Master’s ticket. Captains come from all over the world to evaluate and improve their command and control skills. Over the two days, the Captains had to deal with a crew stabbing in the Galley, a severe fire in the engine room, missing crew, a sea rescue of immigrants along the Gulf of Suez, collisions in Sydney Harbour, mayday distress situations, a death on board, all with demanding guests on the bridge and whilst dealing with major incidents happening all around them. Captains in the Superyacht industry KG Maritime designed the course for Captains in the Superyacht industry and deliver it at South Shields Marine School, MNTB Recognition West Nautical and KG Maritime are the first to achieve MNTB Recognition for their Superyacht Command and Control Course.