Recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard, approved by NASBLA and your state boating license agency.
How To Get Started:
First, Click Education Requirements above to verify state requirements and then click Certificate/Card Info to learn what options are available for your state.
For a brief tutorial and getting familiar with our new system click here.
At this time, Alaska has no mandatory education requirements. However, the Alaska Office of Boating Safety highly recommends that all boaters take boating courses relevant to their type of boating, and then continue to refresh and build on their knowledge over time.
On waters of state parks in Alaska all operators under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
How Do I Get My Alaska Certificate?
1. After you complete the course you will be issued a printable copy of your certificate that you can print yourself and use immediately.
2. You will also have the option of ordering an Alaska Office of Boating Safety approved, waterproof plastic card for $15. Please allow 2-3 weeks for your card to arrive.
Complete the Course at Your Own Pace
Choose when and where to take your course.
In our new online learning system, take it on any device with an internet connection and automatically have your progress saved when the window is closed.*
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Online Course Video:
Great course, and so much more convenient than going at night for several nights... Keep up the great work, and see you on the water.Gene
Thank you so much! This was a great course and I learned so much. Hope you have a great weekend!Lindsay
Thank you. The information that you gave me allowed me to complete the course. Your assistance was very much appreciated.D. White
Thank you so much! You folks are so kind. Good luck with the updates and have safe boating fun this summer!Brennan
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