ROC-M (DSC) VHF Marine Radio
$ 195/ person
ROC stands for Restricted Radiotelephone Operator’s Certificate and is required by anyone using a marine VHF or MF-HF radio (each person on the boat who will use the radio needs their own card). In addition, if you received your ROC card before the new Digital Selective Calling was introduced you are encouraged to rewrite and get your DSC endorsement for your ROC-M card. Sign up and get the book and online access then about three weeks later we’ll run the in class review and test.
Availability & Dates
Check the Calendar to view availability for specific dates. Then sign up and let us know you have so we schedule you in and get the book to you.
Good to know
Can be taken with the Basic Cruising Standard (5 Day) or in classroom (min. 4 people).
Marine Radio Course with Digital Selective Calling.
Material supplied by us ahead of time for home study.
Five hour classroom review and exam.
What to bring?
Bring your book and your ID.
Basic Cruising Standard
3-day or 5- day Cruise and Learn. Introductory course, Basic Cruising Standard (Day Skipper) Can be three days in a row or three days one week apart for locals. If you want to go for a liveaboard cruise and learn the same things try the 5-day Cruise and Learn but spend more time ono the water.
Goal: To be able to cruise safely in local waters as both skipper and crew in moderate wind and sea conditions by day.
Intermediate Cruising Standard
5 – days and 4 nights Bareboat Skipper Course on the water cruising on the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Southern Gulf Islands. With the ultimate goal of being able to cruise safely in local waters as both skipper and crew in moderate wind and sea conditions by day. This course is designed for those with