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Boat Ed®

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Boater Education

Texas has 1.7 Million acres of freshwater lakes, 4 million acres of Saltwater, 80,000 miles of river and roughly 590,000 recreational water vessels. We want you to boat safely and enjoy time on and around the water! 

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Boater Education Courses

Questions?

To reach a boater education specialist call the TPWD Law Enforcement division at 512-389-4846 and select option 4 in the phone menu.

Who must take a Boater Education Certification Course?

Anyone born on or after September 1, 1993 who wishes to operate certain vessels on the public waterways of Texas. See Water Safety Act for details

  • Boating courses are taught by US Coast Guard Auxiliary, US Power Squadron and trained volunteer instructors, as well as teachers, and game wardens.
  • With more and more people enjoying the lakes and rivers every year, it's important, for everyone, that boaters educate themselves on boating skills and seamanship.

FAQ

Learn more about water safety

Boaters jump into the lake from a vessel

  • Wear a life jacket
  • Avoid Alcohol
  • Watch your kids
  • Use an engine cut off safety switch
  • Take a boater education course

Visit us on social media on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Boating and Water Safety Pages: Facebook or Instagram

Take a free online paddling course

Sours: https://tpwd.texas.gov/education/boater-education/boater-ed/
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Boater Education

Boater EducationThe South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) Boater Education Program teaches the fundamentals of safe and responsible boating. This is necessary to reduce loss of life, personal injury and property damage while increasing boating enjoyment for outdoor enthusiasts.

Who needs a Boater Education?

Boaters under 16 years of age are required by law to pass an approved boater education course before operating, without supervision, a personal watercraft (jet ski) or a boat powered by 15 hp motor or more.

Taking a boater education course will allow you to comply with the boating law and may also make you eligible for a discount on your boat or Personal Water Craft (jet ski) insurance.

SCDNR offers two (2) options to take the Boater Education Course.

1. Instructor-led Classes

The preferred Boater Education method is through a free six (6) hour instructor-led classroom course. Classes are generally offered in a one day format. All classes end with a Test to pass the course.

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and the United States Power Squadrons® also provide classes throughout the state. These classes are offered for a minimal fee. Many of these classes can be found on the Boating Course Calendar.

Instructor-led Classes

2. Online Self-Study Course

The complete Boat South Carolina course with exciting visuals awaits you on the Net. Interactive graphics help you learn and retain information on boating safely in South Carolina. Successfully complete the online test, and you will receive a State of South Carolina boating safety certificate by mail. You pay $34.95—one time only, after you pass the final test.

Boat Ed South Carolina Online Course

National Association of Safe Boating Law AdministratorsSCDNR will accept any internet based boating safety course approved by National Association of Safe Boating Law Administrators. The course provider is responsible for providing the student with a boating certificate upon successful completion of the course.




SC Boater Education Handbook

Remember, collisions can be prevented easily if every vessel operator fulfills three major responsibilities:

  1. Practice good seamanship. It is the responsibility of every boat or PWC operator to take all necessary action to avoid a collision.
  2. Keep a proper look out. Failing to keep a sharp lookout is the most common cause of collisions
  3. Maintain a safe speed. Safe speed is the speed that insures you will have ample time to avoid a collision. Always remember to watch for wake zones.

For more information on boater education, please check out our Boating Handbook or call 1-800-277-4301.

Related Links

Boating Simulator Event Application (PDF)

United States Power Squadrons for Boating Courses

US Coast Guard Auxiliary for Boating Courses


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