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Uninspected Passenger Vessel
All Deck Questions
Able Seaman Questions
Advanced Subjects, Unlimited Oceans Master, Mate
Rules of the Road
Aids to Navigation
Fire Fighting Glossary
Instruments and Accessories
Cargo and Bunkering
Meteorology "Glossary Included"
Offshore Drilling Unit
New Revised Questions
Pollution Control and Prevention
Seamanship Glossary Included
Ships Construction Glossary
Tides and Currents Glossary
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Sea Service Requirements for
Coast Guard Licenses
Operator Uninspected Passenger Vessel
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Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessels (OUPV/Six-Pack)
license allows a holder to carry up to six paying passengers on uninspected
vessels up to 100 gross tons.
OUPV Inland License: The OUPV Inland license
is restricted to operation shoreward of the boundary line, excluding the Great
Lakes. This license is valid on uninspected vessels to 100 gross tons.
This license requires at least 360 days of documented
experience in the operation of vessels, with 90 of the 360 days occurring in
the last three years. Experience gained prior to 15 years of age may not be
The OUPV Inland License can be upgraded to an OUPV Near
Coastal License once 90 days experience seaward of the boundary line has been
OUPV Great Lakes & Inland: 360 total with at
least 90 days service on the Great Lakes.
OUPV Near Coastal: This license is valid on
vessels up to 100 gross tons and out to 100 nautical miles.
The OUPV Near Coastal License also requires at least 360 days
of documented experience in the operation of vessels, 90 of which must be gained
seaward of the boundary line. Ninety of the 360 days must be in the last three
years. Experience gained prior to the age of 15 will not be counted.
Note: Sea Service experience can be counted
on your own vessel. A Sea Service Form and proof of ownership are required.
Experience on other people's vessels can also be counted. In this instance, to
verify experience claimed and vessel details, a completed Sea Service Form with
the owner's signature must accompany the application.
Testing Requirements: Available in the Online
Navigation Rules of the Road
- Part A – General
- Section I – Conduct of Vessels in Any Condition of Visibility
- Section II – Conduct of Vessels in Any Condition of Visibility
- Section III – Conduct of Vessels in Restricted Visibility
- Part C – Lights and Shapes
- Part D – Sound and Light Signals
- Differences between International and U.S. Inland Rules of the Road
- Fire Fighting
- Marine Engine Operations
- Marine Radiotelephone
- Lifesaving Equipment
- Pollution Prevention
- Basic Seamanship
- Characteristics of Weather systems
- Ship Handling
- Emergency Procedures
- Maritime Law
Piloting and General Navigation
- Tides and Currents
- Approaches to Anchorages and Harbors
- Electronic Navigation Equipment
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