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Boating in New Brunswick is no ordinary experience. If you're into the ultimate in sport fishing, launch the boat onto the Bay of Fundy and drop your line. You're likely to hook a delectable mackerel, and who knows for that matter, maybe a shark!
If your favorite powerboating adventure is waterskiing or jet-skiing you can practice your watersport of choice on the numerous waterways that New Brunswick has to offer. You can count on the St. John and the Miramichi Rivers, Baker Lake, Oromocto Lake and Chaleur Bay to enjoy your favorit pastime. You can even boat on the great Atlantic Ocean for deep sea fishing. They all touch land on the shores of New Brunswick.
You must remember though, that you need proof of competency while boating with motorised craft in New Brunswick, whether it be any size vessel or motor. This goes for all ages. So if you are operating a boat for fishing, waterskiing, jet-skiing, a houseboat or any other motorised craft, you need your Pleasure Crasft Operator Card.
It's the law, in New Brunswick and in the rest of Canada!
You can either call us at 1-800-607-2329, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find if you got your card through our school (aceboater.com or Canadian Safe Boating School). If you are sure that we issued your card, just order your new Pleasure Craft Operator Card online.
You may use the guide as an aid while you study online. You may also consult it while taking the final test (open-book exam). We strongly recommend that you purchase our printed version of our safe boating guide at the same time as the online course and exam. We will mail it to you, shipping included. Order your printed study guide online.
There is no minimum age for taking the exam to obtain the pleasure craft operator card (PCOC), but some restrictions may apply even if you have your boating license:
Even a child who gets the card at age 10 is not required to retake the course at age 16. The card is good for life.
A free online study guide for New Brunswick is available through Aceboater.com. It is the ideal reference guide for those who simply want to brush up on their knowledge.
Aceboater has devised a comprehensive boater practice test for any boaters who wish to check their knowledge or understand their level of comprehension. The test is very well structured and you can try it as often as you wish. TRY ourboating license practice test NOW!
In New Brunswick, you need a pleasure craft license if you are driving a boat with an engine of 10hp or more. A Pleasure craft license (not to be confused with the boating license) is a unique identification number which must be displayed on both sides of the bow. Get more info on the pleasure craft license.
The way to transfer boat ownership in New Brunswick is the same as for every other province in Canada. To transfer a licence to your name in New Brunswick, you must submit the following documents:
For more information on transferring a boat in New Brunswick go to Buying or selling a boat in New Brunswick.
The Canadian Register of Vessels is the official register of all registered or listed vessels, vessels under construction and bare-boat charters. It contains information on each vessel, such as ownership and mortgage details, vessel characteristics, such as tonnage, construction material and type. Get more info about boat registration in New Brunswick.