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How much are your classes?

Do I have to pay when I register?

Do you give private classes?

How do I get a replacement Boat Safety Certificate card?

I just received my card, and there's an error, what do I do?

I've moved / changed my name, how do I change my card?

I took the course online, can I take the test with you?

What are the age requirements in NJ?

My child took the class at 12 years old, and is now 13, how do I receive their card?

What is a boat license and do I need one?


          ***Note: Some classes are ONE-day and others are TWO-evenings***

As Per the NJSP:

One Day Boat Safety Course: An approved one-day boat safety course must be at least 8 hours in length. It must consist of in-person, formal instruction provided by an approved boating safety instructor, and must culminate with a closed book, in-person, proctored exam. The time required to complete the exam is included within the 8 hour time requirement. No more than 1 ten minute break is permitted per hour. Meal breaks, etc. are not included within the 8 hour course.

Two Evening Boat Safety Course: An approved multiple day boat safety course must consist of at least 6 hours of in-person, formal instruction provided by an approved boating safety instructor. The course must culminate with a closed book, in-person, proctored exam, administered by an approved boating safety instructor. Written homework must be assigned as necessary, so that the total course time (6 or more hours of in-person instruction + test + written homework) equals at least 8 hours. The time required to complete the exam and homework is not counted within the 6 hours of in-person instruction. No more than 1 ten minute break is permitted per hour. Meal breaks, etc. are not included within the 6 hours of in-person instruction.