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ryanwhaler posted 07-13-2010 05:37 PM ET (US)   Profile for ryanwhaler   Send Email to ryanwhaler  
I’ve been spending some time working on lake winnipesaukee... the house Im staying at is on the water and has a dock.... I’m aware that I need a NH boaters license to operate on the lake.. but I’ve been researching online a bit and it seems that if I bring my mass registered boat I can operate on the lake as long as its not longer then 30 days? does this mean I wouldn't require the NH boating license to bring my whaler and use it?
BB62Ding posted 07-13-2010 07:33 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Everyone who operates a boat with a motor over 25HP, on NH waters needs to have a boating education certificate, issued by NH, or a boating certificate issued by another state. You can get a temporary certificate, at just about any marina, but it's only good for up to 14 consecutive days and you can only get one in a calendar year. If it works out, register and take the one day class. The NH certificate from the class is good for life, and good in any state.
Plotman posted 07-14-2010 01:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for Plotman  Send Email to Plotman     
My son just took the MN class on-line. Cost is $20, payable only if you pass, and it took about 3 hours.

Same website also offers the NH class.

Everything I have read says that there is widespread reciprocity for these classes.

GreatBayNH posted 07-15-2010 09:46 AM ET (US)     Profile for GreatBayNH  Send Email to GreatBayNH

This is the word of the State.

Thanks be to NH

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