First class pilot.
Communications:     Radiotelephone Communications Required
Compass-Magnetic and Gyro:     Gyro Compass Error/Correction Required
      Magnetic Compass Error/Correction Required
      Principles of Magnetic Compass Required
Determination of Compass Error:             Terrestrial Observation Required
Maritime Law:National Maritime Law:                  Service Procedures for the Route Desired…………………. Required
          Pilotage Required
          Pollution Prevention Regulations Required
Meteorology and Oceanography:     Characteristics of Weather Systems Required
Piloting:         Bearing Problems Required
          Chart Navigation Required
          Dead Reckoning Required
          Distance Off Required
          Fix or Running Fix Required
Radar Equipment:     Radar Observer Certificate Required
SAIL/AUXILIARY SAIL VESSELS ADDENDUM (8):    Any other subject considered necessary to establish the applicant's proficiency Required
Seamanship:     Marlinspike Seamanship Required
      Purchases, Blocks and Tackle Required
Ship Maneuvering and Handling:     Anchoring and Mooring Required
      Approaching Pilot Vessel or Station                 Required
      Berthing and Unberthing Required
      General: Turn Circle, Pivot Point, Advance and  Transfer Required
      Interaction with Bank/Passing Ship Required
      Maneuvering in Shallow Water Required
      Shiphandling in Rivers, Estuaries Required
      Wake Reduction Required
Tides and Tidal Currents:             Calculations Required
              Publications Required
              Terms and Definitions Required
Times of Celestial Phenomena:         Electronic Navigation Required
          Instruments and Accessories Required
          Zone Time Sun Rise/Set/Twilight For ocean routes only.
Watchkeeping:     COLREGS Take COLREGS if license not limited to non-COLREG waters.
      Inland Navigational Rules Required
      Navigation Safety Regs. (33 CFR 164) For licenses over 1600 gross tons.
Navigation General         Aids To Navigation Required
          Chart Sketch Including recommended courses, distances, prominent aids to navigation, depths of waters in channels and over hazardous shoals,
    other important features of the route, such as character of the bottom. The OCMI may accept chart sketching of only a portion or
    portions of the route for long or extended routes.
          Charts, Navigation Publications, and Notices to Mariners Required