Synonyms for boating or Related words with boating

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Examples of "boating"
The National Safe Boating Council was formed in September 1958 as the National Safe Boating Committee to educate boaters about safe boating during National Safe Boating Week.
At the 2008 Boating Writers International Excellence in Boating Journalism contest, "Northeast Boating" took home 8 awards.
Other boating charities offering boating opportunities for disabled people:
A boating lake is a lake used for recreational boating.
The National Safe Boating Council is the leading organization managing the North American Safe Boating Campaign, uniting the efforts of a wide variety of boating safety advocates, including National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA), the Canadian Safe Boating Council and the many members of the National Safe Boating Council.
The National Safe Boating Week Committee branched out on its own as the National Safe Boating Committee, Inc. in 1973 to lead major boating safety efforts. The following year, the committee was reincorporated as the National Safe Boating Council, Inc.
It contains authoritative information about boating rules, weather, tide, currents, and navigation, seamanship for powerboats, small craft, and boats under sail; anchoring, communications, and navigation; inland boating, marlinspike seamanship, and boating customs. It is often used as the text for private boating schools throughout the U.S.; officially recommended book for the U.S. Coast Guard's boating education classes and many local United States Power Squadrons.
Guernsey has had World Offshore Power Boating competitors. Local power boating races for rigid hulls and ribs are regularly held
It is a public boating park within the city with slow boating facility for the locals and the tourists.
The dam has two boat ramps and a boating permit is not required. There are no boating restrictions on the dam, however a no fishing/boating zone applies around the dam wall.
BoatUS also gave rise to the organization that would be eventually called the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that promotes safe boating and environmentally responsible boating practices.
The Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW) was established in 1957 upon enactment of legislation supported by the boating community. That legislation established a state boating agency dedicated to all aspects of recreational boating and a special fund (Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund) to fund the division’s activities. The division receives no General Fund support.
There is not currently a license needed in order to operate a vessel on open water. One of the goals of the Aquatic Center is to educate the public on boating safely as well as the rules to try and reduce boating related accidents. The National Safe Boating Council and Western States Boating Administrators Association (WSBAA) awarded the Boating Education Advancement Award (BEAA) to Sacramento State Aquatic Center. This award recognizes organizations that have developed and successfully implemented programs that:
The National Safe Boating Council is a membership organization with over 300 U.S. and International members committed to reducing boating accidents and enhancing the boating experience. The Council is committed to providing education and training programs to promote a safe recreational boating experience.
EnCon Police Officers also investigate boating accidents that occur on Connecticut waters. The Division maintains a "Boating Accident Reconstruction Unit" (B.A.R.U.) whose members reconstruct boating accidents that involved the death or serious physical injury of a person. The B.A.R.U. consists of 10 officers supervised by a sergeant, all of whom are specially trained in the field of boating accident reconstruction. Officers receive ongoing boat operation training including navigation, emergency operations, pursuit operations and Boating Under the Influence by completing specialized training courses conducted by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA).
In 1995, the date for National Safe Boating Week was finally changed to the full week (Saturday – Friday) before Memorial Day Weekend each year. This allowed the message of safe boating to reach more boaters before the season and enforce the message for a longer amount of time each year. The official entrance of Canada in 2000 transformed National Safe Boating Week into a larger, international event with partnerships with the Canadian Safe Boating Council and Canadian Coast Guard. National Safe Boating Week now serves as the kick off for the North American Safe Boating Campaign, a year-round campaign that is focused during the summer months of May – September.
- Boating Safety Sidekicks – introduced in 2000 for children to learn about safe boating practices and how they can become safer boaters.
• Recreational boating courses from ‘Introduction to Boating’ through ‘Recreational Yachtmaster Coastal, Yachmaster Offshore and Yachtmaster Ocean’ ( Modules 1 to 21 in the IYT Passport booklet)
"Chesapeake Bay Magazine" has earned top honors at the Boating Writers International "Excellence in Boating Journalism" contest. In 2011, "CBM" was recognized with 8 awards in seven categories.
Special relationships exist with sporting events, teams, boat builders, boat shows, sailing and boating clubs and viewers worldwide in order to bring the latest boating sports and entertainment.