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Reciprocity is not a four-letter word. In fact, the word reciprocity is longer and more complicated. In the world of boating safety education, even though reciprocity may seem complicated, it doesn’t have to be. The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) Education & Outreach Committee has been vigilant in reviewing reciprocity issues for […]

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Lieutenant Thomas Wanless Michigan A lifelong boater from Frankenmuth, Michigan, Thomas Wanless has participated in motorized and non-motorized boating most of his life. When growing up, he spent most of his boating time canoeing on the Au Sable River and oaring a small rowboat on Lake Margrethe. Now he spends time on Michigan’s inland lakes. “Early […]

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Nasbla News

NASBLA publication goes monthly Starting in January, Small Craft Advisory is a monthly publication. This will allow us to publish information in a more timely manner. Plus, with new content being added more often, it’ll keep the SCA blog site fresh. This year the magazine’s issues will focus on topics on the NASBLA Top 10 […]

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Boating Briefs

During the 2014-2015 school year, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) Boating Division rolled out its pilot “Student Ambassador” program to several high schools and middle schools in the state. The ambassador program was created so students could build a greater awareness of boating safety among their peers. The students produced a […]

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Boating Briefs

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation announced last week the results of its new State Innovative R3 Program Grants. In June 2015, RBFF awarded a total of nearly $75,000 to three state agencies to help them develop and implement new angler and boater recruitment, retention and reactivation programs. All programs focused on increasing fishing license […]

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Boating Briefs

Amit Singhi joined FLIR Systems as senior vice president of finance and chief financial officer, replacing interim CFO Dave Muessle. Muessle will remain vice president, corporate controller and principal accounting officer. Singhi will oversee FLIR’s global finance organization and be responsible for financial management, reporting, controls, planning and strategy. He most recently led the finance […]

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