Safety at Sea Courses

SAS Attendance Lookup

From the drop-down ‘Course Type’ menu, please select one of the following:

International Offshore Safety at Sea with Hands-on Training (ISAF/World Sailing) Int’l Offshore SAS (ISAF)
You attended a two day International Offshore Course with the second day being ‘hands-on’ training,  or
You took our Offshore Safety at Sea Online Course and attended a one-day‘ hand on’ course within one calendar year of the date of the online course, or
You attended a one day Offshore in-person course and then attended a ‘hands-on’ course within one calendar year of the date of the Offshore in-person course

Offshore Safety at Sea In-Person Course – (Offshore SAS In-Person)
You attended a one day in-person Offshore Safety at Sea Course

Coastal Safety at Sea (Coastal SAS)
You attended a four-hour course, or
You took a Coastal Safety at Sea Online Course or
prior to January 1, 2018, took the 8-chapter Safety at Sea online course.

Offshore Online Safety at Sea (Offshore Online SAS)
You took either the 8 or 10 Chapter Offshore Online Safety at Sea course.
If you took the course prior to January 1, 2018 (8-chapter), you may take a hands-on course within one year to receive an International Offshore Safety at Certificate. You will have received a Coastal SAS certificate for having completed the online course.  If you take the new 10 chapter Offshore Online SAS course, and then take a “Hands-On” course within 365 days, you will receive an International Offshore Certificate that meets World Sailing Guidelines for Personal Survival.

Note  Click here if you don’t see your name listed and/or you need a copy of your certificate. Certificates are only valid for five years. If a course was taken in two stages (classroom/online vs. hands-on), the earliest date is what will show on your certificate.
It can take up to 10 business days for the Course Host to send us the course roster.  Your course certificates are sent to you via email to the email address you gave when you registered for your course.  Please check your spam folder before contacting us that you have not received your certificate.