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Re: Pleasure Craft Operator Card

Originally Posted by Kalina-Lona View Post
My personal view on a pleasure craft license is... it's a great idea and think it should be mandatory in all waters we need to travel. We have drivers licenses, gun licenses
Dog license, marriage license . . . - great start but no guarantee licensee is qualified, trained, experienced or mentally capable - so beware out there, just sayin'
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Wait- are you saying that, in Canada, all operators of boats with engines have to take a safety course?
I'll take "Things that would never happen in the US, but should" for $600, Alex!
41 out of 50 states have a mandatory boating education law
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rbrasi - can you see this going over very well in a State who's motto is "Live Free or Die"?
Having lived in NH for many years, we interpret this motto a bit differently:, 'Live, Freeze, and Die."
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