Boating Education

Correspondence Courses

Boating-Education-2Take a boating safety course by studying at home and receive your official State of Nevada boater safety certificate! You can request that a boating education correspondence course be mailed to you at no charge from the Nevada Department of Wildlife by calling (775) 688-1548. You can also pick up boating education books at your regional NDOW office. For more information, please contact Ed Lyngar by email or at 775-688-1548.

 

Western Nevada Boating Education

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
Sierra Division 11N
North Lake Tahoe Flotilla 11-01
(530) 583-9304 Jerry Pearlman
pearljb@yahoo.com

Reno Flotilla 11-03
(775) 852-5557
http://www.renocgaux.org
Note: Holds classes normally on the first Saturday of each even month, which are open to the public. There is a fee for the 8-hour course. Classes are held at the training room at IGT. Call the above number for further information or to sign up.

South Lake Tahoe Flotilla 11-04
Flotilla11-04@sbcglobal.net

Carson City Flotilla 11-05
(775) 852-5557
Note: Holds classes with Flotilla 11-03

 

Southern Nevada Boating Education

The Las Vegas Sail and Power Squadron

Clint Moore, Public Relations Officer
www.usps.org/lvps
702-255-3590

The Las Vegas Sail and Power Squadron offers several boating courses throughout the year that are open to the general public and meet Nevada’s education requirement. To find out the next scheduled class, contact Clint Moore at 255-3590 or visit the website listed above.

Las Vegas Coast Guard Auxiliary
www.uscgaux-lasvegas.org
702-247-6150

The Las Vegas Coast Guard Auxiliary also offers courses regularly. Find out where and when courses are scheduled by calling the number above or visiting their web site.

 

Eastern Nevada and Rural Areas Boating Education

There are no regularly offered courses through the Coast Guard Auxiliary or the U.S. Power Squadron in Nevada’s rural counties. However, courses can be scheduled at individuals request through the Department of Wildlife as needed. Contact Edwin Lyngar at (775) 688-1548 or elyngar@ndow.org