The 2021 NASBLA Annual Report covers a variety of accomplishments achieved by NASBLA and its members, stemming from NASBLA policy committees, grant projects, annual events, national awards and more.
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Finding a place to access the waterways with your canoe, kayak or paddle board is important for a safe and enjoyable experience.
Boating Safety Dashboards provide ready access to U.S. Coast Guard and state-level recreational boating safety data for evidence-based program enhancements.
The Boat Operations and Training (BOAT) Program was established by NASBLA and through the efforts of its interagency “Council of Partners.” The BOAT program is accepted by the U.S. Coast Guard as the national standard of training and certification.
Louisiana names new Boating Law Administrator
The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) would like to welcome Major Clay Marques, the new Boating Law Administrator ...
October 1, 2021 Colonel Nathan Noyes Division of State Police New Hampshire Department of Safety 33 Hazen Drive Concord, ...
Oregon names new Boating Law Administrator
The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) is pleased to welcome MariAnn McKenzie, the new interim Boating Law Administrator ...
NASBLA reviews boating courses to determine if a course meets an indicated National Boating Education Standard.
NASBLA offers more than a dozen courses from Basic Crew Member to Pursuit and Stop to provide a variety of training options for marine law enforcement officers and first responders.
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