Boater Safety Course

Event Phone: (713) 517-2204

This in-person class is the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department  boating safety course.  The class takes 6-8 hours, there is a lunch break, and concludes with a short exam.  This course is in Seabrook, Texas.

What’s included?
  • Types of boats and their uses
  • Boating laws, both federal and state
  • Safety equipment, both required and recommended
  • Finding your way in good or adverse conditions
  • Communications
  • Trailering, knots and lines, and water sports topics

Attendees will be provided with documents from the State of Texas and Federal sources for easy reference to boating laws and regulations, and good on-the-water practices.  Everyone will also receive a collection of pamphlets and brochures oriented towards recreational boating.

Note:  You will register here to pay the tuition for the course.  The TPWD boater certificate is optional (but you will pay here during registration).  If you are going to get a State of Texas boater certificate, please remember to also find this course online (here) and also register with Texas Parks and Wildlife (free) so we can pay and process your application.

This class is hosted by Capt. Roy’s Marine Training in Seabrook, Texas.

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  •  Sunday, June 4, 2023
     8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Venue:  

Address:
2511 NASA Road 1, Suite #105, Seabrook, Texas, 77586, United States

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