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STRATEGIC PLAN of the National Recreational Boating Safety ...

10 March 2011 STRATEGIC PLAN . of the . National Recreational Boating Safety Program . 2012-2016 . The mission of the National Recreational Boating Safety Program is to ensure the public has a


can be a deadly mix. Physical and mental impairment caused by alcohol can begin almost immediately after consumption. Significant impairment in boat operation can result from even moderate drinking.

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2010 Boating Regulations and Handbook WISCONSIN PUBL LE-301 2010 WISCONSIN Mandatory Boater Education Requirement In Wisconsin waters, if you were born on or after January 1, 1989, you are required to complete a boating safety course to legally operate a motorized boat or personal watercraft (PWC).

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Who may operate the boat? If you are at least 25 years old and hold a Massachusetts Boating Safety Certificate you are eligible to become an NBC member and takeaboat out as "captain.

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Each year, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) publishes a Connecticut Boater's Guide. The guide is a pocket-sized booklet containing updated laws and regulations, safety tips, and environmental information of interest to the boating public.


Tennessee is one of the nation's leading states offering recreational waterways, and most Volunteer State residents will at some time take advantage of this tremendous opportunity.

The New York State Boater's Guide

I nterest in recreational boating continues to be an increasing diversion for many New Yorkers. With an ever increasing number of registered boats in the state, it's obvious that recreational boating is very popular.

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California Boating A Course for Safe Boating CAliforniA DepArtment of BoAting AnD WAterWAyS

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64 SCDNR South Carolina Rules & Regulations • 2011-2012 • www.dnr.sc.gov Boating www.dnr.sc.gov/boating.html All Boats In South Carolina, vessels may not be operated in excess of idle speed within 50 feet of an anchored vessel, wharf, pier, dock, or a person in the water.

PART SIX: Boat Launch Information & Digest of Local Regulations

45 LOCAL REGULATIONS & ACCESS TIDAL WATERS (By Town) www.ct.gov/dep/b oating Boating Education Assistant Program In 2003, the state stopped charging boaters to park at boat launches after finding it was not cost effective.