Basic Requirements for Lower Level Licenses/Credentials - You must be able to document the required number of days for the license/credential you are seeking. 90 Days of the required seatime MUST HAVE BEEN WITHIN THE LAST THREE YEARS
USCG Application for License or License Renewal - Covers Captain's Licenses Master/Mate Near Coastal, Master/Mate Inland, Operator of Uninspected Vessel (OUPV/6-Pack); or Merchant Mariner's Document.
USCG License Fee Schedule - Contains U.S. Coast Guard fees assessed for new licenses, license renewals, and license upgrades.
Physical Exam - Merchant Mariner Credential - Applicants seeking an original, renewal, or raise in grade credential are required to complete this form and submit it to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Physical Exam - Entry Level Only - Applicants seeking an entry credential (often referred to as a Z-card) must complete this physical. All othere applicants must complete the Merchant Mariner Credential Physical Form.
Convictions Disclosure - Applicants that are answering 'yes' to any of the questions in section III(2) may use this form to discllose the particulars of their convictions.
USCG Periodic Drug Test Form - This form may be used to satisfy the requirements for "Periodic Drug Testing" in accordance with Title 46 CFR 16.220. If you participate in a USCG "random or pre-employment drug test program," this form may not be necessary. (See page 2 of the form for details).
USCG Small Vessel Sea Service - This form is used to submit your record of underway sea service to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Military Service Records Form - This form contains the information normally needed to verify your military service.
Sea Service Letter Multiple Vessels One Employer - This document contains instructions for an employer who is going to attest to your sea service on multiple vessels.
Sea Service Letter Single Vessel - This document contains instructions for an employer who is going to attest to your sea service on single vessels.