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$29.50
 
Get your boater education card with Boat-Ed Oregon, the course with a decade-long track record of smooth, trouble-free online education.  With Boat-Ed Oregon, you will learn the official boating safety material taught in Oregon´s classroom courses—a Boat-Ed exclusive. Boat-Ed Oregon will put you in the driver´s seat with hundreds of interactive exercises—more than any other online course.  You´ll feel like you’re having fun on the water as you watch live-action video of boat and PWC operators in action. Also, Boat-Ed’s friendly U.S.-based customer service pros can answer any question—fast!  Visit Boat-Ed Oregon today and discover the Boat-Ed advantage.
 
If you pass the test, you have the option of paying an additional $10.50 (cost of the boater education card & processing fee) on-line to automatically receive your official Boater Education Card in the mail (which takes approximately two to three weeks). Or, you can print out your certificate of completion (make a copy) and mail a completed application Boater Education Card application (in PDF), plus $10, manually.
 
Address all technical questions regarding the test and/or certificate to Boat Ed using the "contact us" on their website.
 
This course is approved, but not administered by, the Oregon State Marine Board.

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$29.95 
  
BOATERexam offers Oregon boaters the ONLY online boater safety course featuring a fully animated and narrated study guide, and over 300 detailed illustrations. In addition, BOATERexam is the ONLY online boating safety course where you will see visual aids in every exam question (a must for visual learners!). Log your study time, complete the course at your own pace, and print your "Temporary Certificate" immediately once you´re done. Best of all, it´s FREE to register and payment is backed by BOATERexam's risk-free policy! Check out BOATERexam Oregon today and find out why 99% of students recommend our course! 
 
When you make payment, you have the option of paying an additional $10.00 (cost of the boater education card & processing fee) on-line to automatically receive your official Boater Education Card in the mail (which takes approximately two to three weeks). Or, you can print out your certificate of completion (make a copy) and mail a completed application Boater Education Card application (in PDF), plus $10, manually.
 
Address all technical questions regarding the test and/or certificate to BOATERexam using the "contact us" on their website.
 
This course is approved, but not administered by, the Oregon State Marine Board.

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This course is offered by the BoatU.S. Foundation.
 
The BoatUS Foundation’s Online Boating Safety Course is the only free course approved by the Oregon State Marine Board. Offered through the Foundation’s Online Learning Center, the new course includes videos that demonstrate important safety devices such as visual distress signals, how to prevent and extinguish fires aboard your boat, and the best way to fit a life jacket to a child so they will not slip out. Animations demonstrate important navigation rules and the course is loaded with photos of real boats and boating equipment from start to finish. This free course is available because of the generous donations of BoatUS members.
 
If you pass the test, print out your certificate of completion (make a copy) and Boater Education Card application (in PDF).  Fill out the application form and include it with your certificate of completion and a check/money order for $10 to the Marine Board.  This is a one-time fee and the card is good for life.
 
Address all technical questions regarding the test and/or certificate to BoatU.S. using the "contact us" on their website or http://www.boatus.org/onlinecourse/feedback.asp.
 
This course is approved, but not administered by, the Oregon State Marine Board.