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National Safe Boating Council Updates Boating Safety Website

22-Dec-2014

The interactive website that introduces boaters to basic navigation rules was recently revamped. The website, BoatOnCourse.com, created by the National Safe Boating Council, was recently updated to feature a new chapter of adventures, boating scenarios, original storylines, and interactive quizzes for viewers to test their knowledge. New segments include navigation lights, sound signals, sailing vessels, commercial vessels, narrow channels, and exclusion zones.

“We’re very excited to provide our visitors an opportunity to enhance their knowledge of navigation rules, as well as giving them new information on the ‘Rules of the Road,’” says Rachel Johnson, executive director of the National Safe Boating Council. “This website provides a great introduction to safer boating practices, while encouraging boaters to take a safe boating course offered by many of our partners.”

BoatOnCourse.com is recognized with the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators’ Seal of Safe Boating and is produced under a grant from the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund, administered by the U.S. Coast Guard.

For more information, visit BOATONCOURSE.COM or SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

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