Official Boating Handbooks

Now available in e-book format

Published in the September 2012 Issue Published online: Sep 04, 2012 Ask The Expert
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Official boating handbooks, which summarize state boating regulations and safety information, are now available for most states as e-books. These state-specific boating handbooks, which are published by Kalkomey, parent company of Boat Ed and www.boat-ed.com, are available for a variety of e-readers.

Boat Ed's e-books are official publications developed for the state agency responsible for boating safety education. They are available for download on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iBooks and on your computer with iTunes. In addition, Boat Ed's e-books are available for the Kindle and Nook devices and apps.

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