Programs 

Safe Boating Campaign - The Wear It campaign educates the boating community about life jacket wear and the options that are available when it comes to comfortable and lightweight life jackets.

Waves of Hope - Providing a single point of engagement for those persons who have survived a boating accident and those who have lost a friend or family member as a result of a boating accident. 

Get ConnectedThe Get Connected campaign launched July 12, 2017. Materials provided are designed to support recreational boating safety professionals and include a series of video and audio public service announcements, a fact sheet, a press release, a series of social media posts and printable promotional files. Messaging is designed to educate boaters about the different engine cut-off device technologies that are currently available on the market, and how they can proactively make a day on the water safer.

International Boating and Water Safety Summit -  The International Boating & Water Safety Summit (IBWSS) is the premier event for training, education, awareness, meeting, and networking for professionals, volunteers, and anyone involved in boating and water safety.

Boat On Course The goal of Boat On Course is to introduce and bring awareness to The Navigation Rules. By educating the boating public on six areas of the Navigation Rules: Overtaking a Vessel, Vessels Crossing Paths, Vessels Meeting Head-On and the Responsibility Between Vessels which includes Safe Speed and Maintaining a Proper Lookout.

BoatBeat.orgBoatBeat is a national online resource that provides accurate recreational boating information, state and federal resources, and numerous other media assets in one location. It is a collaborative effort with support from the National Safe Boating Council, the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators, and the U.S. Coast Guard.