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Boating Safety Education Requirement Boating Safety Education Requirement All PWC operators age 14 and older and all operators regardless of age of motorboats with a 10 hp or greater engine need to take a boating safety course.
Inthe Virginia General Assembly enacted a law to establish a boating safety education compliance requirement.
This requirement will be phased in over the next several years and byall operators of PWCs Personal Watercraft such as jet skis, Sea Doos, Wave Runners and operators of Motorboats with a 10 hp or greater motor, will be required to have a boating safety education course completion card on board when operating a PWC or Motorboat.
No person under the age of 14 may operate a PWC. Those operators 14 and 15 MUST show proof of completing an approved and accepted boating safety course either in a classroom or online. The challenge exam or other provisions of the Education Compliance Requirement do not meet the requirements of the age restriction law.
You must carry this license on board while operating a recreational vessel.
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