Boat Ed, a leading provider of boating safety education courses in print and through boat-ed.com, is proud to sponsor the 55th annual National Association of State Boating Law Administrators conference. This year’s conference will be held Oct. 16-19 in Bar Harbor, Maine.
The NASBLA conference provides continued education opportunities, annual business endeavors, workshops, and roundtable events for state recreational boating safety professionals.
“We believe in NASBLA’s mission to make recreational boating safer so that all may enjoy America’s waterways,” said Kurt Kalkomey, CEO and co-founder of Boat Ed. “Sponsoring this year’s conference is just one way we are able to help further that mission.”
The high-quality education standards created by NASBLA allow the more than 76 million American boaters to safely enjoy recreational boating. The annual conference brings together boating law administrators, professional educators, law enforcement officers and volunteers.
This year’s conference will include a focus on leadership, children’s programming, field sobriety testing, use of Remotely Operated Vehicles in underwater investigations, sonar, whitewater rafting, and other informational sessions and special guest speakers.
About Boat Ed
Boat Ed® and boat-ed.com, owned by parent company Kalkomey Enterprises, Inc., is the official provider of recreational safety education materials for all 50 U.S. states and Canada. Our print and Internet courses have been providing official safety certification since 1995. We provide safety courses in boating, hunting, bowhunting, and off-road vehicle and snowmobile operation. For more information, visit www.kalkomey.com.
The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators is a national nonprofit organization that works to develop public policy for recreational boating safety. NASBLA represents the recreational boating authorities of all 50 states and the U.S. territories. The association offers a variety of resources, including training, model acts, education standards and publications. Through a national network of thousands of professional educators, law enforcement officers and volunteers, NASBLA affects the lives of more than 83 million American boaters. For more information, visit www.nasbla.org.