SEAMANSHIP & NAVIGATION

Name of course : Seamanship & Navigation

Objective: To train the youth  in practical seamanship, basic chart work and handling of boats under sail and oars . Preparing the youth in adventure programmes in river and sea.

Eligibility:

  • Candidates belonging to the age group of 15 – 29 years
  • Minimum Madhyamik or equivalent ,
  • Swimming knowledge is essential.

Form Fee : Rs. 50/ – ( Rupees Fifty ) only.

Course Fee :  Rs. 450/- ( Rupees Four Hundred Fifty only)

Duration : Four months (three days in a week)

Classes for training : 3 days in a week

Allocated Batch : Yearly Two (2)

Per Batch Strength : 25 nos.

Download Admission Form: Seamanship Admission Form

Course Updates :

  • Hurry Up !! Admission OPEN .
  • Admission OPEN       for Batch No. 64 
  • Admission CLOSED for Batch no. 63 

Interested persons may be contact :

  • Mr. Tapas Chowdhury , Training-in-Charge +91 90071 41695
  • Mr. Rudra Prasad Nandi , +91 94334 34301
  • SEI WHATSAPP                  +91 89618 14084

Course Activities :

A)  PHYSICAL ENDURANCE

B)  ROPE WORK

C) CLASSES TAKEN ….

D)   RIVER NAVIGATIONAL CLASS

E)  LIFE-SAVING : TIDAL WATER

F)  LONG DISTANCE SWIMMING : RIVER GANGES ( GANGA )

G) BOAT ROWING

H)  SAILING 

I)  KAYAKING TRAINING

J) VOYAGE 

 

K) Group Photos:

Batch No. 63rd , Seamanship & Navigation Course

Seamanship

SeamanshipObjective: To train students in practical seamanship, basic chartwork and handling of boats under sail and oars in the Sunderban area and the Hooghly estuary.

Duration: Four months (three days a week)

Eligibility: Candidates within the age group of 18-30 years with swimming background and school final examination degree.

Download the Form Seamanship Admission Form

Form Fee : Rs. 25 / only

Kolkata to Paradeep, Phase II (2008)

Setting SailOn 24th December, 2008 at 1:10 pm., a team of six explorers of the Sea Explorers Institute, Kolkata and one Sailor of the Indian Navy set out for a rowing and sailing expedition from Kolkata to reach Paradwip along the river and the sea.

The expedition was flagged off by Commodore B. R. Sen, Naval Officer-in-Charge(West Bengal). Members of SEI, a group of BSF Jawans, the Kolkata Police Band and the Institute students were present. Sri. Tapas Chowdhury of the Institute, and Sri. Sadique Mumtaz of the Navy, were the Joint leaders of the expedition .

The boat used for the expedition was a 27’ whaler boat ‘Indira’, open and non-motorized, operated only with oars and sail. The Navy and the Indian Coast Guard looked after communication and keeping watch on the expedition team.