Who needs a boating safety certificate in New York State?
Under a new law, known as Brianna’s Law, all motor boat operators:
- Born on or after Jan. 1, 1993 will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2020.
- Born on or after Jan. 1, 1988 will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2022.
- Born on or after Jan. 1, 1983 will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2023.
- Born on or after Jan. 1, 1978 will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2024.
- All motor boat operators regardless of age will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2025.
The Antique Boat Museum is proud to continue its long-standing partnership with the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary by offering the updated Boat America curriculum to our students for the 2021 season. The Auxiliary has mandated that classes be held remotely until further notice, so all 2021 Boat America classes will be online.
Online: Each session is held Monday-Thursday, 6:00-8:00pm. Students will need a computer or tablet with internet access, a functioning webcam and microphone to participate in this class. Textbooks can be picked up at the Antique Boat Museum, mailed (for an additional $5 fee) or emailed as a PDF. A Google Meet invitation will be emailed to all students immediately prior to the start of class each evening. You only need to register for and attend one session to receive your certificate.
On-campus: Study materials are included in tuition but students should bring their own writing utensils and notebooks. Meals are not provided. Weekday evening on-campus courses take place outside of the Museum’s regular operating hours. For this reason, only registered students will be permitted in campus buildings or on the grounds while on-campus class sessions are taking place.
Questions? Contact Amanda Dudley: firstname.lastname@example.org or 315-686-4104 x225.