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Old 04-22-2013
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Re: Connecticut Safe Boater Certificate with ASA certification

It looks like the course is 8 hours not 5.. but, it looks like you can pay a fee ($75.00) and take an equivalency exam, and skip the course.

Maybe that's what ASA ( school? ) is refering to? Can't say.

DEEP: Certification Requirements See also the FAQ.

Unless one of the ASA instructors is also a proctor for the state, it looks like you might have to take another exam.

But, no...I have no specific knowledge of Connecticut laws, other than what I just read.

There's a few NJ schools that offer a combo ASA cert and a Boater Safety Card..but generally speaking they are two totally seperate courses.

i.e. ASA doesn't cover trailoring, jet ski's etc etc.
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