Chesapeake Marine Training Institute Presents New Blogging Series

Share Article

New online series promotes recreational mariner safety.

Chesapeake Marine Training Institute (CMTI) is pleased to announce it has launched a new blogging series aimed at helping promote recreational mariner safety.

CMTI has trained thousands of professional mariners, helping them remain safe at sea by ensuring they are properly trained and prepared to deal with incidents if they happen while underway.

While not as many recreational mariners come through the CMTI courses, even though they are welcomed and encouraged, the same level of safety and preparedness is needed.

Enter the recent blogging series.

The CMTI recreational safety blog topics range from how to tackle severe weather on the water to boating safety for kids.

“There’s no doubt about it. Enjoying a day out on the water is fun for the whole family—adults and kiddos alike. But with great fun comes great responsibility,” CMTI wrote.

CMTI encourages all boaters to always check first aid kits, spare parts and other supplies to ensure that there are adequate volumes to maintain the safety of the boat.

“Even on quick trips through calm water, you can never be too prepared when it comes to boating safety,” CMTI wrote.

Stay up on these safety tips and more on CMTI’s blog here:

Need to purchase home study programs or safety equipment? Visit the CMTI online Ship Store here:

About Chesapeake Marine Training Institute: Established in 1992, Chesapeake Marine Training Institute (CMTI) – a service disabled, Vietnam era veteran owned business – provides professional marine educational services to military and civilian mariners. While its modern classrooms and outdoor training area is located on George Washington Memorial Highway near Gloucester Point in Hayes, CMTI proudly also offers on-site training and home study programs.

In 2002, Marine Log magazine called CMTI one of the top maritime educational, recruitment and training resources in the nation.

Its instructors are seasoned mariners, holding a current U.S. Coast Guard License as Master with a minimum of five years at sea experience. CMTI’s staff also includes License Consultants trained by the Coast Guard’s National Maritime Center as Mariner Credentialing Agents. These agents serve as experts to help each mariner sail smoothly through their licensing application process.

Learn more about Chesapeake Marine Training Institute by calling 800-642-CMTI.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Stephanie Heinatz
Consociate Media
since: 08/2012
Like >
Follow us on
Visit website