Re: Canadian Boaters Card Equivalency?
Originally Posted by rognvald
Will a holder of USCG Auxiliary Certificates for Boating
Skills and Seamanship, Advanced Coastal Navigation
, etc., be required to obtain a Canadian Boater's Card for cruising in Canada
beyond 45 days?
It should do.
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Acceptable Proof of Competency for Non-Residents
For non-residents, proof of competency can take one of three forms:
A Canadian-issued pleasure craft operator card.
A completed boat rental safety check-list (for power-driven rental boats).
An operator card or equivalent that meets the requirements of their state or country.
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