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Basic Boating Knowledge - Human-Propelled Open for Public Review
Jun 19, 2017
The draft standard BSR/NASBLA 101-201X: Basic Boating Knowledge - Human-Propelled is open for public review through August 4, 2017. This period is for review of revisions authorized to the previously posted draft from public comments submitted in the previous review period. ONLY CHANGES made to the document (as indicated within the RED BOX) are open for comments during this period.
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Human-Propelled Draft Standard Status Update
Feb 03, 2017
The draft standard entitled 'BSR/NASBLA 101-201X: Supplement - Basic Boating Knowledge - Human-Propelled' closed for public review on March 20, 2017. Public comments will be considered by the Panel during its meeting in St. Petersburg, FL on April 20-21, 2017. Thank you for your interest.
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Water-Jet Propelled Supplement to Basic Boating Knowledge Power Standard Closed for Public Review
Jan 24, 2017
The draft standard supplement entitled 'BSR/NASBLA 103.1-201X: Supplement - Basic Boating Knowledge - Water-Jet Propelled Boats' is closed for public review. The comment period closed March 12, 2017. Comments will be considered by the panel during its meeting in St. Petersburg, FL on April 20-21, 2017.
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Draft Sailing Standard Closed for Public Review
Dec 02, 2016
The draft standard entitled 'BSR/NASBLA 102-201X: Basic Boating Knowledge - Sailing' is now posted for public review for 45-days. The draft is now closed.
Public Comment Period is CLOSED
Nov 08, 2016
There are currently no open comment periods for draft National Boating Education Standards. Thank you for your interest in commenting. Watch this site and NASBLA Weekly for announcements.
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