Diving and Shiphandling school

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Many traditional skills are useful to Seasteaders, and many Seasteaders will have knowledge to pass to other oceanic industries.

SCUBA diving

There are several programs with similar but slightly different approaches to instruction and certification in self-contained underwater breathing apparatus, in addition to different specialties.

Among these are:

Surface Supplied Diving

Most industrial dive operations use surface supplied air, a very different skill from SCUBA.

Commercial Diving


Ship handling is subject to national and international standards. Most nations have adopted or based their regulations on The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (or STCW)

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