Thank you for your interest in taking the NJ Boaters Safety Class. We look forward to being your Boat Safety Instructors and helping you earn your NJ Boating Safety Certificate. Our Instructors will provide you with a fun-filled and educational look at Boat Safety in New Jersey.
At the successful completion of the class, every student, age 13 and over, will receive a valid New Jersey State Boaters Safety Certificate. This Certificate is valid for Power Boats and Jet Skis (age 16 and over) and is accepted throughout many states as a valid form of having completed a Boaters Safety Course.
Refresher Courses available! Has it been awhile since you took your Boat Safety Course? Want to stay up to date on New Jersey's Boating rules and regulations and get a NASBLA card?? Boat Safe US now allows current NJ Boat Safety Certificate Holders a discounted Refresher course rate
Retake the Boat Safety Course with Boat Safe US for a reduced fee of $25, and get your NASBLA certification! Call or email to register, have your NJ Boat Safety Certificate handy (we'll need the certification number), and join us in a class today! Register@BoatSafeUS.com609-613-2339
Non-Tidal Boaters may need a New Jersey Boat License as well! For more information click on this link: NJ Boat License
***Please 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.