|Every year Auxiliarists who are qualified as Vessel Examiners conduct more than 150,000 vessel safety checks everywhere recreational boats are found. These include marinas, launching ramps, and boat and yacht clubs. These safety checks are provided to all boat owners who wish to have a free, courtesy check of their boat's safety equipment.||While performing the safety check, Auxiliary Vessel Examiners also conduct a "one-on-one" education session with the boat owner. This provides the owner an opportunity to ask questions, get information on the local area, and obtain the latest update on safety equipment and regulations affecting the recreational boater.|
|Boaters always feel good seeing their boat displaying the "Seal of Safety," which indicates that their boat has met all federal, state, and Coast Guard Auxiliary safety standards.||For more information on how you can have your vessel examined by a Qualified Vessel Examiner, simply email us a request. Be sure to include your Name, Address, Phone Number and Email address.|
ATTENTION CENTRAL NJ MARINA OWNERS:IF YOU WOULD LIKE OUR FLOTILLA TO DO A DAY LONG COURTESY "VESSEL SAFETY CHECK" EVENT AT YOUR FACILITY
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