Get your boating license today and get out on the water for the rest of the season! Contact us in the morning and you will have your license that evening!
Take a private boating license class today for you or a group of people to get your boating license at the end of class. Boat Safe Connecticut has specialized in private classes since our inception. We offer private classes for individuals, organizations, camps and other groups, and families and friends. Call us at 860-930-3183. We will come to your location to instruct a private class for you.
Private classes are only $495.00 for up to 4 people and $95.00 for each additional person over 4. Get your own private class today for about the price of a public class.
Our public boating license classes are held throughout CT with Park & Rec. programs, yacht & boating clubs, community colleges, continuing education programs, and more. We are the preferred provider of boating education & licensing for both the Freedom Boat Club of CT and the Carefree Boat Club of Southern CT. For more information and to view our class schedule please click the yellow box below to see our "Classes and Costs" page.
Boat Safe Connecticut, LLC is the only Better Business Bureau Accredited, DEEP & NASBLA Approved, "Safe Boating Course Agent" education provider in the State, and for seven years, Boat Safe Connecticut has been selected with their educational programs to be on the back cover of the annual Connecticut Boater's Guide. Go to the BBB.org link below for profile and reviews.
Our schedule is continually updated as additional class programs and locations are confirmed. Boat Safe Connecticut is not currently providing public on-line "Zoom" type classes.
Students successfully completing the class can purchase their nationally accepted permanent boating license from the DEEP. We provide everything you need including the Boat Connecticut textbook, navigation handouts, information to purchase and print your license and get a Conservation ID number, course syllabus, the Connecticut Boaters Guide, and more. The classroom based presentation is PowerPoint and video format including student interaction with hands on demonstrations of common boating equipment and supplies.