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The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is known as "America’s Volunteer Lifesavers." Throughout its 65 years, the Auxiliary has worked side by side with the U.S. Coast Guard, providing assistance with search and rescue operations, maritime and environmental safety and security, and vessel safety checks. It is also the nation's largest boating educator, offering boating and seamanship courses to 100,000–150,000 members of the boating public each year.
This old Squid and Sea Scout tips his hat to the Harbor Duck Auxiliary (USCG Auxiliary). They have published a very very good book.Published 12 hours ago by Scott Farleigh
Worth the cost. Good info on everything from engines, boat types, navigation, communication, radios, and rules on the water. Excellent reference book for all boaters to have.Published 15 days ago by R. Lassiter
Everything You Need. We Are new, But think It Would probably Be A great Resource For Anyone. Will Keep It On Our Boat. Very Highly Recommended.
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Good book, but some pages are not readable in the electronic version because the images are too small.Published 2 months ago by Pond Scum
Very good book for boaters to learn about the "rules of the road" and many important things one encounters on the waters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Harry
One annoyance (hence only 4 stars): The purported boat trailer-towing laws listed by state is not accurate. Read more