If you are a person born on or after January 1, 1982 or any person wishing to operate a jet ski you must have an approved Boating Safety Education Certificate issued by the PFBC to operate any powered boat in Treasure Lake with a motor greater than 25 horse power. Non-residents must have a certificate issued by the NASBLA National Association of State Boating Law Administrators.
US Coast Guard auxiliary boating safety course: “ABOUT BOATING SAFELY” will be offered April 6, 2019 at the Lakeview Lodge. The one day course is 8 hours with sign in from 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM. Brown Bag Lunch. Cost is $20.00 which includes the textbook. Couples may share the textbook with a cost of $5.00 for test and course materials. Pre-Registration requested.
Your day will include:
- Getting to Know your boat
- Trailers, Fueling, Pre-departure checks, Boating accessories
- Rules Of The Road
- Operating a Vessel
- Legal Requirements
- Emergencies, Carbon Monoxide, Controlled substances, Fire, Weather
- Water Sports and Your Boat
A 50 question Test will follow the course and when successfully completed, the candidate will be supplied with forms to apply to the PA. Boat and Fish Commission for a life time Certification. There will be a onetime cost of $ 10.00 for this and is paid to the Fish Commission along with the forms. The Candidate will also receive the USCG Auxiliary Certification card and Certificate. A 60 day temporary PFBC boating certification will also be awarded.
If you have questions about the course please E-Mail William Turner email@example.com or call 814 327-3885
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