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What's going On In The Boating World In And Around Oregon

New Oregon Boating Laws:
Boating Inspection Stations Are Open. Motorists hauling boats (including kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and sailboats) in Oregon are now required to stop for a free inspection. Stopping for a watercraft inspection takes just five to 10 minutes in most cases. You're protecting Northwest waters from invasive species and preventing yourself from possibly receiving a $110 fine for by-passing a check station.

Where to find Non-Blended Gas in Oregon. (PDF)

Good News! Boating Safety is Improving. The NTSB updated their "Most Wanted List" by adding motorcycle safety and dropping recreational boating where it said substantial progress has been made. NTSB Most Wanted List Brochure (PDF)

It's a Car.. It's a Boat.. It's a Ca'-Boat (Soundings Online)
What do you get when you combine a Pontiac Sunbird convertible, a lobster boat and twin Yamaha 200 HP outboards? You get a Maine Lobster Boat Racing Association entry "sportser" that should be the envy of any lobsterman

NEW! Washington Boating Web Portal that consolidates and simplifies access to a variety of information on boating services, rules and regulations, places to boat, fishing licenses, and boating news. was created based on a 2007 survey that showed that boaters desired a centralized web site for boating info.

Boating Safety Guide from BoatUS Foundation. 7 study guides including: Boat Mtce & Winterization; Boating Safety Equipment; Trip Planning and Prep; The Environment; Navigations & Rules of the Road; Emergency Prep and Boating Activities.

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