AUP 110 - Safe Boating

Course Description

This course requires the student to complete "Safe Boating" training and acquire a boating license in the state most appropriate to his or her circumstances (usually either their home state, or the state resided in when attending school). This course may be any safe boating course approved by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA); it is not offered directly by AUP but may be taken in the classroom with the student's local flotilla or online.  Successful completion requires the student to pass the final exam applicable to the specific course being taken, and to submit proof of completion to AUP and via chain of leadership to the student's DIRAUX.

COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS

Achieve minimum Auxiliary “Basically Qualified” status by completing any NASBLA approved safe boating course online, through flotilla public education, or a local government source.

About Boat-Ed

Boat-Ed has worked with state boating safety agencies in 45 states to develop approved and recognized online boating safety courses.  After you pass the test, for most states you’ll just print out your temporary certificate and get right on the water. Boat-Ed will then send your results to the state and get your permanent certificate on its way to you.

All Boat-Ed content has been developed in conjunction with the state boating safety agencies responsible for boater education, and is approved by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA), and is recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard.