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The Division of Fish & Wildlife's Office of Boating Education promotes and supports the public's effort to become better informed about boating safety. With the help of volunteers the Office of Boating Education has successfully certified thousands of students. Each year the demand to educate the boating public grows and the Office of Boating Education constantly is searching for new boating volunteers.
Qualified volunteers must have a basic knowledge of boating and boating related activities. Boating Safety Volunteers are asked to do such things as teach mandatory boating education classes, conduct marine dealer visits, conduct courtesy vessel inspections, set up display booths, and speak to various organizations and groups about boating safety. If you are interested in becoming a Delaware Safe Boating Volunteer please view the Safe Boating Volunteer Policy Manual and complete the Boating Volunteer Application.
After completing the application you may submit it to:
The Division of Fish and Wildlife
Office of Boating Education
89 Kings Highway
Dover, DE 19901
If you have any additional questions please contact Sergeant Brooke Africa either by phone at (302) 739-9915 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.