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How do I fill out my CG-719K form for my 100 Ton Master?

Learn how to correctly fill out the CG-719K form for a 100-Ton Master license. Discover why Deck and Food Handler boxes are your best bet.

1 mins read・Sep 14, 2022
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Under the 'Endorsement held or sought' section check the Deck and Food Handler boxes.

A 100 Ton Master license, and any captain's license, is considered to be within the deck department.

Why am I checking the food handler box?

Checking the food handler box is optional. It does allow the Coast Guard to add the rating of Stewards Department (Food Handler) to your MMC with no additional qualifications.

How do I know which box to check?

If you want to find the designation for your desired endorsement, you can visit the Coast Guard's website https://www.dco.uscg.mil/nmc/checklist/. They have a list of all the officer and rating positions that are associated with the Deck and Engine departments.

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Nate Gilman
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Nate has over 15 years of professional maritime experience and has hawsepiped his way to a 3rd Mate Unlimited Endorsement with full STCW compliance. He is proud veteran of the NOAA Commissioned Corps.

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