I am very pleased with the course, instructor, and fellow classmates. I can not believe how much I have learned in the past weeks. J. Swartz
I just wanted to say how thankful I am for everything. I felt like this school took me in like one of their own. Thank you for everything. M. Tarone
After 31 years as a Commercial Fisherman Northeast Maritime Institute is giving me a great experience. Showing and teaching me the way to new career opportunities! B. Bowen
I would highly recommend Northeast Maritime Institute to anyone who is interested in studying for their Captains License. The school has an outstanding facility and staff. The instructors are very helpful and knowledgeable and are willing to help students with difficult concepts taught in the classroom. I plan on taking additional courses at the school in the future. T. Lima
Thoroughly professional in the way the course material was presented. Not simply a test-prep but a true educational experience. R.P. Dollar
I am completely satisfied with the program that I went through. I have no intention of ever using my Captain’s license to earn a living . . . I took the course because I wanted to learn as much as I possibly could to make me safer not only to myself but to other vessels and my passengers. NEMI delivered! I thoroughly learned all concepts that were on the exams and tons of other useful information. I sincerely feel that I received an education and an understanding of what I need to know – NOT just a license. J. Ciffolillo
I’m glad I took the course not only for the future but also for my work I do now. Dave made it very easy to understand and grasp some difficult sections. T. Allaire
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