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BOATER EDUCATION COURSES

Contact
Deputy Wade Hilliard
509-754-2011 x2321
whilliard@grantcountywa.gov

2017 Boating Education Classes

These courses are free of charge. All materials and testing supplies provided.

Register at
www.eventbrite.com/e/grant-county-sheriffs-office-boater-education-course-washington-registration-29290148623

Date Time Location
March 25 8a-5p 1274 Lowry St, Moses Lake (Sheriff's Substation)
May 20 8a-5p 1274 Lowry St, Moses Lake (Sheriff's Substation)
July 12 & 13 6-10pm (2 nights) 1274 Lowry St, Moses Lake (Sheriff's Substation)
October 7 8a-5p 1274 Lowry St, Moses Lake (Sheriff's Substation)

If you have a group of 10 or more and want a class in another location please contact Deputy Wade Hilliard  whilliard@grantcountywa.gov  754-2011 x2321

Boating Mandatory Education

State law requires most operators of motorboats with a 15 horsepower or greater motor to get a boater education card. Boat operators who were born before Jan. 1, 1955, are exempt. Boat operators of other ages are being phased in. To see when you are required to carry a boater education card, visit the Washington State Parks and Recreation Web site at http://parks.state.wa.us/442/Mandatory-Boater-Education

Classroom courses in boating safety are offered several times each year by the Grant County Sheriff's Office. Classes offer students the chance to interact with an instructor who is an experienced boater as well as learn specific local boating information and network with other boaters.
 

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