It's a wrap. The 2018 Spring BLA Workshop was held March 1-2, Lexington, KY. On March 3, all NASBLA policy committees convened for their spring in-person sessions, also in Lexington. Check out the committee pages for Education & Outreach; Enforcement & Training; Engineering, Reporting & Analysis; Paddlesports; and Vessel Identification, Registration & Titling. The Education Standards Panel met March 7-8, following the successful completion of the International Boating & Water Safety Summit.The 99th meeting of the National Boating Safety Advisory Council (NBSAC) will be held May 8-10, Portland, OR. See Homeport for information about NBSAC and meeting updates.
In May 2017, the U.S. Coast Guard released its annual Recreational Boating Statistics publication. The 2016 report shows boating fatalities up 12 percent from 2015, with the 701 recorded deaths representing the highest annual total in the last five years. Check out the Lighthouse’s Get Equipped portal for links to this and previous year’s statistics, and watch this site for news about the 2017 report.
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