Boating club offering vessel safety checks

SEQUIM — America’s Boating Club of the North Olympic Peninsula is offering vessel safety checks for recreational boat owners.

America’s Boating Club was formerly know as the U.S. Sail and Power Squadrons.

The free inspection ensures that your boat is properly equipped with the safety equipment and documentation required for safe and legal operation in Washington’s waters.

The inspection covers both U.S. Coast Guard and Washington state requirements.

After successfully completing the check, boat owners will receive a sticker to display on their vessel .

For everyone’s safety, masks and social distancing will be utilized during the check.

To schedule a safety check, email Ray at [email protected].

For more information, visit www.northolympicboaters.com.

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