What is PEER Maritime?

PEER stands for "Platform for Electronically-Enabled Review" and is mainly structured for the Maritime industry.

What year PEER is established?

PEER Learning Inc. was established in the year 2022

How much is the review fee?

Php4,999.00 - For new enrollees
Php2,500.00 - For resubscribing previous enrollees

Where to get PEER Maritime app?

Go to Google Play, search for "PEER Maritime," and choose the desired maritime review app. Alternatively, you can click one of the links below or scan one of the QR codes:

How to enroll and avail a licensed PEER Maritime app?

Go to Google Play, search for "PEER Maritime," and choose the desired maritime review app. Click the red button that says "DOWNLOAD THE FULL CONTENT HERE," fill out the form, and follow the enrollment process. After successful payment, your app will be automatically activated.

What are the PEER Maritime app System Requirements?
  • Mobile OS : Android (soon on iOS)
  • Minimum Android OS version : 6.0 (Marshmallow)
  • Atleast 2GB available device storage.
What is your Mode of Payment?

Payment is done within PEER Maritime app that requires GCash as a mode of payment.

What is the review validity of the app?

The app's validity is good for 6 months.

How can I resubscribe to the PEER Maritime app?

Resubscribing follows the same process as enrolling through the app. The only difference is that instead of selecting "New Enrollment," you should choose "Resubscribe" and provide the Enrollment Reference No. you received in your email from your previous enrollment.

Can I refund my enrollment fee?

NO. We follow NO REFUND POLICY.

Can I use multiple devices to access my PEER account?

No, PEER has a ONE-DEVICE Only policy, wherein you can use the app only on the device where you avail the licensed version

What are the table of specifications for MARINA Theoretical Exam?
DECK MANAGEMENT
Competence No. of Items Passing %
F1 Function: Navigation at the management level
C1 Plan a voyage and conduct navigation 10 70%
C2 Determine position and the accuracy of resultant fix by any means 10 70%
C3 Determine and allow for compass errors 10 70%
C4 Coordinate search and rescue operations 10 70%
C5 Establish watchkeeping arrangements and procedures 10 70%
C6 Maintain safe navigation through the use of information from navigation equipment and systems to assist command decision making 10 70%
C8 Forecast weather and oceanographic conditions 10 70%
C9 Respond to navigational emergencies 10 70%
C10 Maneuver and handle a ship in all conditions 20 70%
C11 Operate remote controls of propulsion plant and engineering systems and services 10 70%
F2 Function: Cargo handling and stowage at the management level
C12 Plan and ensure safe loading, stowage, securing, care during the voyage and the unloading of cargoes 15 70%
C13 Assess reported defects and damage to cargo spaces, hatch covers and ballast tanks, and take appropriate action 10 70%
C14 Carriage of dangerous goods 10 70%
F3 Function: Controlling of operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level
C15 Control trim, stability and stress 15 70%
C16 Monitor and control compliance with legislative requirements and measures to ensure safety of life at sea, security and protection of the marine environment 10 70%
C17 Maintain safety and security of the ship’s crew and passengers and the operational condition of life-saving, fire-fighting and other safety systems 10 70%
C18 Develop emergency and damage control plans and handle emergency situations 10 70%
C20 Organize and manage the provision of medical care on board 10 70%

DECK OPERATIONAL
Competence No. of Items Passing %
F1 Function: Navigation at the operational level
C1 Plan and conduct a passage and determine position 35 70%
C2 Maintain a safe navigational watch 20 70%
C3 Use of Radar and ARPA for the safety of navigation 15 70%
C4 Use of ECDIS to maintain safety of navigation 10 70%
C5 Respond to emergencies 10 70%
C7 Use the IMO SMCP and use English 20 70%
C9 Manoeuvre the ship 15 70%
F2 Function: Cargo handling and stowage at the operational level
C10 Monitor the loading, stowage, securing and care during the voyage and the unloading of cargoes 15 70%
C11 Inspect and report defects and damage to cargo spaces, hatch covers and ballast tanks 15 70%
F3 Function: Controlling of operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the operational level
C12 Ensure compliance with pollution-prevention 15 70%
C13 Maintain seaworthiness of the ship 15 70%
C17 Monitor compliance with legislative requirements 15 70%

ENGINE MANAGEMENT
Competence No. of Items Passing %
F1 Function: Marine engineering at the operational level
C1 Manage the operation of propulsion plant machinery 10 70%
C2 Plan and schedule operations 26 70%
C3 Operation, surveillance, performance assessment and maintaining safety of propulsion plant and auxiliary machinery 28 70%
C4 Manage fuel, lubrication and ballast 10 70%
F2 Function: Electrical, electronic and control engineering at the management level
C5 Manage the operation of electrical and electronic control equipment 20 70%
C6 Manage troubleshooting, restoration of electrical and electronic control equipment to operating condition 20 70%
F3 Function: Maintenance and repair at the operational level
C7 Manage safe and effective maintenance and repair procedures 10 70%
C8 Detect and identify the cause of machinery malfunctions and correct faults and equipment 10 70%
C9 Ensure safe working practices 10 70%
F4 Function: Controlling of operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the management level
C10 Control trim, stability and stress 10 70%
C11 Monitor and control compliance with legislative requirements and measures t ensure safety of life at sea, security and protection of the marine environment 10 70%
C12 Maintain safety and security of the ship’s crew and passengers and the operational condition of lifesaving, fire-fighting and other safety systems 10 70%
C13 Develop emergency and damage control plans and handle emergency situations 10 70%
C14 Use of leadership and managerial skill 16 70%

ENGINE OPERATIONAL
Competence No. of Items Passing %
F1 Function: Marine engineering at the operational level
C1 Maintain a safe engineering watch 14 70%
C2 Use English in oral and written form 10 70%
C3 Use internal communications systems 10 70%
C4 Operate main and auxiliary machinery and associated control systems 30 70%
C5 Operate fuel, lubrication, ballast and pumping systems and other associated control systems 10 70%
F2 Function: Electrical, electronic and control engineering
C6 Operate electrical, electronic and control systems 20 70%
C7 Maintenance and repair of electronic and electrical equipment 15 70%
F3 Function: Maintenance and repair at the operational level
C8 Appropriate use of hand tools, machine tools and measuring instruments for fabrication and repair on board 24 70%
C9 Maintenance and repair of shipboard machinery and equipment 15 70%
F4 Function: Controlling of operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the operational level
C10 Ensure compliance with pollution-prevention requirements 10 70%
C11 Maintain seaworthiness of the ship 10 70%
C15 Monitor compliance with legislative requirements 10 70%
C16 Application of leadership and teamworking skills 22 70%
What are the requirements for taking the MARINA Licensure Exam?

DECK OPERATIONAL

  • Approved seagoing service on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more for a period of :
    • Not less than twelve (12) months of structured onboard training such as Deck Cadet, Deck Trainee, Apprentice Mate or other deck department trainee nomenclosures for certification as OIC-NW; or
    • Not less than thirty-six (36) months in the Deck Department (Ratings)
      (Note: The required sea service must be encoded by th concerned Local Manning Agencies in your MISMO Account)
  • Transcript of Records (TOR) for Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation (BSMT) Graduate
    (Note: Those who started BSMT 2023-2014 & up are exempted to take updating Training Office-In-Charge of Navigational Watch Part A&B)
  • Valid Medical Certificate in PEME Format
    (Note: Must be encoded by the concerned Medical Facility for Overseas Workers & Seafarers (MFOWS) in your MISMO Account)
  • SIRB first page and entries showing relevant seagoing service.
    (NOTE : Upload in order of sea service)
  • Application should have valid Certificate of Proficiencies (COPs) in Basic Training (BT), Survival Craft and Rescue Boat (SCRB), Advance Fire Fighting (AFF), and Medical First Aid (MEFA).
    (NOTE: No need to upload. This will be verified in the MARINA System)

ENGINE OPERATIONAL

  • Approved seagoing service on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 750kW propulsion power or more for a period of:
    • Not less than twelve (12) months of structured onboard training such as Engine Cadet, Engine Trainee, Apprentice Engine or other engine department trainee nomenclosures for certification as OIC-EW; or
    • Not less than thirty-six (36) months in the Engine Department (Ratings)
      (Note: The required sea service must be encoded by th concerned Local Manning Agencies in your MISMO Account)
  • Transcript of Records (TOR) for Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering (BSMarE) Graduate
    (Note: Those who started BSMT 2023-2014 & up are exempted to take updating Training Office-In-Charge of Engineering Watch Part A&B)
  • Valid Medical Certificate in PEME Format
    (Note: Must be encoded by the concerned Medical Facility for Overseas Workers & Seafarers (MFOWS) in your MISMO Account)
  • SIRB first page and entries showing relevant seagoing service.
    (NOTE : Upload in order of sea service)
  • Application should have valid Certificate of Proficiencies (COPs) in Basic Training (BT), Survival Craft and Rescue Boat (SCRB), Advance Fire Fighting (AFF), and Medical First Aid (MEFA).
    (NOTE: No need to upload. This will be verified in the MARINA System)

DECK MANAGEMENT

  • Approved seagoing service on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 500 gross tonnage or more for a period of:
    • For CHIEF MATE: Not less than twelve (12) months as OIC-NW; or
    • For MASTER MARINER: Not less than thirty-six (36) months as OIC-NW or Not less than twelve (12) months as OIC-NW plus not less than twelve (12) month as Chief Mate
      (NOTE: The required sea service must be encoded by the concerned Local Manning Agencies in your MISMO Account)
  • Valid COC and COE as OIC-NW or Chief Mate, as applicable
    (NOTE: No need to upload. This will be verified in the MARINA System)
  • Valid Medical Certificate in PEME Format
    (Note: Must be encoded by the concerned Medical Facility for Overseas Workers & Seafarers (MFOWS) in your MISMO Account)
  • SIRB first page and entries showing relevant seagoing service.
    (NOTE : Upload in order of sea service)
  • Certificate of Training Completion Management Level Course (MLC)
    (Include Certificate of Training Completion in MLC Updating, if applicable)
  • Application should have valid Certificate of Proficiencies (COPs) in Basic Training (BT), Survival Craft and Rescue Boat (SCRB), Advance Fire Fighting (AFF), and Medical First Aid (MEFA).
    (NOTE: No need to upload. This will be verified in the MARINA System)

ENGINE MANAGEMENT

  • Approved seagoing service on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 750 kW propulsion power or more for a period of:
    • For SECOND ENGINEER: Not less than twelve (12) months as OIC-EW; or
    • For CHIEF ENGINEER: Not less than thirty-six (36) months as OIC-EW or Not less than twelve (12) months as OIC-EW plus not less than twelve (12) month as Second Engineer
      NOTE: The required sea service must be encoded by the concerned Local Manning Agencies in your MISMO Account
  • Valid COC and COE as OIC-EW or Second Engineer, as applicable
    (NOTE: No need to upload. This will be verified in the MARINA System)
  • Valid Medical Certificate in PEME Format
    (Note: Must be encoded by the concerned Medical Facility for Overseas Workers & Seafarers (MFOWS) in your MISMO Account)
  • SIRB first page and entries showing relevant seagoing service.
    (NOTE : Upload in order of sea service)
  • Certificate of Training Completion Management Level Course (MLC)
    (Include Certificate of Training Completion in MLC Updating, if applicable)
  • Application should have valid Certificate of Proficiencies (COPs) in Basic Training (BT), Survival Craft and Rescue Boat (SCRB), Advance Fire Fighting (AFF), and Medical First Aid (MEFA).
    (NOTE: No need to upload. This will be verified in the MARINA System)
Where to send my requirements and schedule my MARINA Theoretical Licensure Exam?

Go to your MISMO Account

Where are the MARINA Theoretical Examination sites?

MANILA
MARINA Building, Bonifacio Drive cor. 20th Street, Port Area, Manila, Philippines

ILO-ILO
Marina VI Building De La Rama St, Iloilo City proper, Iloilo City

CEBU
MRO Vll Building , Dona Modesta Gaisano Street Sudlon Lahug Cebu City

DAVAO
AMQ Building, Dacudao Street, Agdao, Davao City, Davao del Sur

Where can I contact if I need more information or have concerns and questions regarding the PEER Maritime Review App?

You can reach us thru the following:
E-mail: [email protected]
Facebook Page : PEER Maritime