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New London training base

SeaRegs Training has taken the plunge and opened a new training classroom at Trinity Buoy Wharf, London UK.

Fully equipped with teaching aids, whiteboards, TV, nautical publications, first aid equipment, VHF’s and charts etc., the new classroom will host a regular schedule of maritime courses for individuals or groups.

SeaRegs Training  teaches Masters, Mates and Crew for small commercial vessels, Apprenticeships for Boatmaster and Workboat Crew, plus the general public. The new base adds a third dimension; complementing the main Plymouth Training Centre and bespoke company on-site training.

SeaRegs says that having its own London training base gives greater flexibility in organising one-off courses for individuals, groups or companies at an affordable cost and convenient time.  The wharf location offers opportunities for training on the dockside, such as line handling, safe access and dock-work.

Trinity Buoy Wharf is a convenient base with good transport links: East India Dock and Canning Town DLR being just a 10-15 minute-walk and London City Airport just 20 minutes away, with hotels to suit all budgets.

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