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Official New Hampshire Boating Safety Course

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New Hampshire State Law: You need boating education in New Hampshire if you are at least 16 years old and will be operating a motorboat over 25 hp or a ski craft.

Get Your New Hampshire Boating License in 3 Easy Steps.

  1. Play and pass the $40.00 interactive course and pay a $9.95 state fee.

  2. Finish any other requirements.

  3. Get ready to go boating!

    *You will receive your lifetime New Hampshire Safe Boating Certificate after successful completion of the Proctored Exam within 2-3 weeks.

After This Course

After passing this online course, you are required to attend the Proctored Exam within 45 days to complete your boating safety certification.

Why Take This Course?

New Hampshire–Approved boater education
No minimum time requirements
Complete the course in under 3 hours
Real-life situations
Role-playing simulations
Final exam

A Boat Education Course Unlike Any Other!

Challenging & Fun Learning Activities

Steps on how to perform a water rescue
Play, explore, and learn
Casting off with no wind question, two x's for wrong answers
Careful: Avoid 3 strikes to level up
Fire extingisher with a fire in front
Learn by doing
Drive encounters, diver-down flag in the water
Meet New Hampshire requirements
Sail boat in the middle of a body of water with a green light
Experience realistic simulations
Girl on a paddle board with two options of flotation devices
Go at your own pace

Go on a Boating Adventure

Earn Achievements and “Level Up”

Two animated women with a list of two problems
Show what you know
Achievement icon
Get rewarded for success
Three red strikes for incorrect answers
Crack all the levels
Six Achievement badges
Earn achievement badges
Different stages of alcohol impairment
Use the study guide to prepare
Congrats, Boating Education Certificate card
Earn your boating certificate

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New Hampshire Marine Patrol–Approved Boating Safety Course

The New Hampshire Interactive Boat Safety Course is approved and accepted by the New Hampshire Marine Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard.


The New Hampshire Interactive Boat Safety Course is approved by the NASBLA. NASBLA is a national non-profit organization that develops and maintains set standards for boating education in all 50 states and the U.S. territories.

New Hampshire Boating Laws and Regulations


To legally operate a vessel on New Hampshire waterways, you must have boater education if you meet the following requirements: Persons at least 16 years old who operate a motorboat over 25 hp or a ski craft in New Hampshire.

You must be at least 15 years old to take this online course.

Age and Operator Restrictions

You must be at least 15 years old to take the online Boat New Hampshire Course and the Proctored Exam for the safe boater education certificate, but the certificate will not be issued until the age of 16.

Do I Need a Boating Card or a Boating License?

New Hampshire requires that you get your New Hampshire Safe Boating Certificate. The card does not expire and does not need to be renewed. It also fulfills all state requirements.

The New Hampshire Safe Boating Certificate is proof that you have successfully completed all the education requirements. The New Hampshire Safe Boating Certificate will arrive within 2-3 weeks after you complete all certification requirements.

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New Hampshire Marine Patrol
31 Dock Road
Gilford, NH 03249

Made in the U.S.A.

This safety course is proudly made to serve students, agencies, and organizations worldwide.

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