The record of United States Coast Guard Auxiliary stands for itself.
Their goal is to make the waters safer for all boaters. USCG
Auxiliary's next "America's Boating Course" will be held on
Saturday, Feb. 18, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Maricopa County Sheriff's
Blue Point substation at 7307 North Bush Highway (N.E. corner Usuary
/ Bush Hwy.).
Boaters can benefit from the United States Coast Guard
Auxiliary's highly experienced, knowledgeable and Coast Guard
certified instructors to learn the basics of boating safety
including equipment requirements, piloting, powering, lines and
knots, weather, and radio skills. The materials fee for the course
is $25 per person.
This program meets the National Association of State Boating Law
Administrationís mandatory educational requirements. The America's
Boating Course includes a text, an interactive CD for further home
study, and access to the America's Boating Course Web site, which
also provides interactive instruction.
Many insurance companies offer marine-insurance discounts to
participants completing boating-safety programs. Check with your
insurance carrier for additional information.
Reserve your space now by calling (602) 403-0413 or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on other
courses or joining the US Coast Guard Auxiliary, visit http://www.desertlakesflotilla.org/.