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Old 22-01-2022, 20:46   #16
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Old 22-01-2022, 21:10   #17
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You are quite possibly the oldest looking twelve-year-old, I have ever seen on the Cruisersforum.

Well better safe than sorry.

At least you can say you are a card-carrying sailor. Never leave home or port without it.

And you won't need adult supervision to operate the boat.

Enjoy the study; it's winter not a lot better to due.

Happy & Healthy New Year.

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Hahaha I think having it will work for the states that want everyone to have one.

Plus, in the last 2 hours, I have learned ... uhhhh... one thing

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Old 23-01-2022, 16:36   #18
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NY is phasing it in by age. We will be ignoring it. It does not apply to rentals or transients. So in other words it’s just another tax.
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People operating rental vessels are exempt also, most states probably similar to avoid negative impact on tourism.
IOW those most likely to need it
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In my previous life, I had a job that often required me to go to difficult places and deal with suspicious people.

I found that tossing a lot of credentials and ID cards identifying me as a this or a that qualified person sometimes helped deter beady-eyed officials from throwing up unnecessary obstacles in my way.

Maybe you need this "boating safety" card for sailing, maybe you don't.

I don't know, because in 50 years of sailing in the U.S., France, Turkey, Russia, California, Florida, and New England, I've been asked to show some sort of qualification one (1) time. (In the Keys someone wanted my ASA bareboat card.)

But now I have three (3) cards that say "this WAFI is qualified to sail."
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