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Connecticut Safe Boater Certificate with ASA certification

I am a lifelong power boater new to sailing. I have always boated in New York state where I didn't need a certificate or license for my boats. I am now getting into sailing with my first day sailer which will have a small outboard which I plan on using in CT. I have not taken the CT Safe Boater certificate course because in a few weeks my wife and I are taking ASA Basic Keelboat, ASA Coastal Cruising, ASA Bareboat, and ASA Coastal Navigation certifications which ASA states are accepted by CT as substitutes. What ASA can't seem to tell me is how I go about getting the CT Safe Boaters certificate after completion of my ASA certs. All they say is that I won't have to take the standard CT 5 hour course.

Has anyone done this before that could shed light on how I go about getting the CT cert?


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