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Alabama Boating License & Boat Safety Course

ALEA Marine Police Division
Attn: Education Section
PO Box 304115 Montgomery, AL 36130 1-800-272-7930

      <h3>Made in the U.S.A.</h3>         <p>This safety course is proudly made to serve students, agencies, and organizations worldwide.</p>          <h3><h2>Alabama Boating License FAQs</h2></h3>         <p>The boater education certificate in Alabama is often called a “boating license.” While the certificate is often called an Alabama boating license, the certification does not expire and does not need to be renewed.</p> <h3>What is a vessel license?</h3> <p>The Alabama vessel license is a required proof of boater education that must be included on your Alabama driver’s license if you would like to operate a boat or motorized vessel of any kind. This is sometimes called an “Alabama boating license.”</p> <p>In order to get a vessel license, you must:</p> <ol><li>Bring proof of a completed boater certification course to the Department of Public Safety Driver’s License Examining Office in your county of residence.</li>   <li>Complete an application, pay the required fee, and answer the medical questions.</li>   <li>Take your completed form to the Probate or License Commissioner’s office to have the required “V” class placed on your driver’s license.</li> </ol><p>If you complete a boater safety course, you do not have to complete the exam at your Alabama DMV.</p> <h3>How old do you have to be to get a boating license in Alabama?</h3> <p>Alabama boating laws require all boaters age 12 and over to obtain a vessel license by completing a boater safety course. The vessel license is sometimes called a “boating license.”</p>           <a href="">Start the Course →</a>

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