Safe Return to Port | Marine training course

A course aimed to provide knowledge and understanding on how to assess the condition of the ship in a dangerous situation

The Safe Return to Port (SRtP) is mandatory under SOLAS for passenger ships having their keel laid on or after 1 July 2010, with a length of 120m or more, or having three or more Main Vertical Zones (MVZ).

The course discusses the important design and operational requirements imposed by the SRtP. The Explanatory Notes (as per MSC.1/Circ.1369) are also elaborated. Design criteria for essential systems to meet the requirements are explained with practical examples.

Our team remains available to provide you with any further information you may need. Contact us by writing to global.marinetraining@rina.org.

Online course

Duration: 1 day 

Price: EUR 300,00 (plus VAT, if applicable)

Physical classroom at Greece's facilities

Duration: 1 day

Price: EUR 330 (plus VAT, if applicable)

To provide knowledge and understanding on how to assess the condition of the ship in a dangerous situation, as far as her capability to safely sail to the nearest port in case of main damages at main propulsion system.

- Advanced damage stability issues

- Damage Control procedures

- Existing frameworks: SOLAS 2009 + MARPOL + ICLL66

- Time domain simulations

- Safe Return to Port (SRtP) regulatory framework

- Complex scenarios beyond the existing legislation

- Checking for frequent problems and possible solutions.

- Maritime shore personnel

- Masters and crew.

RINA Attendance Certificate.