Details and updates on how to maintain your instructor certification. Thank you for being part of a network of NSBC Certified Instructors dedicated to cultivating a safer recreational boating experience by training responsible boaters!
The NSBC is seeking skilled marketers, website developers, and a video production team to create four new videos and quizzes, and improve site visitor experience.
The National Safe Boating Council has announced the nomination of three new members to its Board of Directors to expand its leadership from state and philanthropic communities. Please welcome Lisa Dugan, Grant Brown, and Kate Neubauer to the NSBC Board of Directors.
You don’t want to miss Fall 2020 issue of Anchorline, the National Safe Boating Council’s quarterly newsletter sponsored by Rolyan® Buoys! IN THIS ISSUE: Keep Your Waterways Safe All Year, Fall Boating, The Roaring Twenties: A Surge in Boating, New Educational Brochures and Resources, NSBC On-Water Training, IBWSS 2021 Update, Q&A with NSBC Program Coordinator, NSBC member exclusive discounts, and more!
Our on-water training is gearing back up after a COVID hiatus. With the increase in boating this summer, on-water boat control training is in high demand. The National Safe Boating Council has two on-water courses; both have successfully completed the third-party conformity assessment to verify the courses meet the American National Standards for power.
News and updates about our programs, industry happenings, member spotlights and more from the National Safe Boating Council. In this issue sponsored by Walsh Marine: New NSBC Instructors, Fall Boating, 15% Off Walsh Marine Products, Meet NSBC’s Alexis Webb, Discounts from ACR Artex, and more.
In partnership with the National Safe Boating Council (NSBC), TowBoatUS Lake Allatoona, a 24-hour on water towing and assistance service based in Cartersville, recently hosted a three-day “Essentials of Close Quarters and Open Water Boat Control” on-water instructor certification course for local first responders.
The NSBC’s Waves of Hope coalition is a group of forever-changed families and friends impacted by boating and open water tragedies, seeking to share their stories in order to educate others about boating and water safety.
For several years, Sea Tow operated an Automated Radio Check System, which was available on VHF Channels 24 to 28 for the benefit of mariners in over 130 locations. However, on October 2nd, 2020 that service was discontinued. The Coast Guard Inspections and Compliance Directorate has issued MSIB 20-20 to inform mariners of the proper procedure for performing a VHF radio check.
Hurricane planning materials and safety tips from NSBC Admiral Club Member, BoatUS.
The NSBC is seeking a skilled marketers and video production services to bring to life a conference experience in a virtual format.
The National Safe Boating Council is excited to welcome Alexis Webb as program coordinator! Alexis is one of two NSBC team members in Northern Colorado.
The NSBC is seeking a skilled marketers and researchers to support the Safe Boating Campaign.
Fall is one of the best times to go boating. As families continue to social distance, many predict the increase in boaters on the water will continue through the fall. Here are some ways you can enjoy boating safely this fall.
NSBC’s Get Connected campaign is designed to educate and promote the use of engine cut-off devices.
The NSBC is seeking a program coordinator. View position description for more information.
News and updates about our programs, industry happenings, member spotlights and more from the National Safe Boating Council. In this issue: NSBC General Membership Meeting is September 25, New Life Jacket Label, Walsh Marine Products, Fiscal Year End Sale, and more.
The National Safe Boating Council’s fall General Membership Meeting will be a virtual meeting via Zoom on Friday, September 25, 2020 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm EDT.
With vacations, summer camps, and youth sports canceled by the pandemic, more people have bought boats for some summer fun that allows physical distancing from strangers while staying close to home. About a third of those buyers have never owned a boat, according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association.
Have you ever wondered how old, discarded fishing line is recycled and reused? You may be surprised to learn that turning fishing line into new products is labor intensive, requiring a series of workers to comb through, sort, clean, remove hooks and weights, and separate out miles of encrusted debris in entangled fishing line. There also aren’t any recycling programs for fishing related materials like soft baits. There just has to be a better way.