January 1 GRDA Police Weekly Update
GRDA Continue Traning
If Your Property is on the Lake
Take Lock Leave
Did You Know?
In 2017, the Coast Guard counted 4,291 accidents that involved 658 deaths, 2,629 injuries and approximately $46 million dollars of damage to property as a result of recreational boating accidents.
Are You Ready for Winter Weather?
Safety Education Programs
Updates on the Web
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Boating Tips From the GLSPS
- He or she has successfully completed an approved boating safety education course or passed a proctored equivalency examination and has received a Boating Safety Education Certificate and …
- He or she is supervised by a competent person who is at least 18 years of age.
- If the vessel is other than a personal watercraft: The supervising person must be on board and in position to take immediate control of the vessel.
- If the vessel is a personal watercraft: The person must supervise visually within 500 yards of the PWC.
- An original Boating Safety Education Certificate as proof the operator meets the education requirements or …
- A photo ID that shows the operator is 16 years or older.
- Non-residents who have successfully completed another state’s boating safety education course or equivalency examination that is approved by the Department of Public Safety
- Children who are operating a personal watercraft in a “no wake” zone while under the supervision of an adult
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