|North American Sober Skipper Advisory Council|
North American Sober Skipper Advisory Council
The Sea Tow Foundation's North American Sober Skipper Advisory Council provides highly valued insight and recommendations regarding a variety of boating safety initiatives.
Members of the North American Sober Skipper Advisory Council:
In addition, an executive committee directs and facilitates advisory council efforts:
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The Sea Tow Foundation and its North American Sober Skipper Advisory Council established the National Boating Industry Safety Awards program in 2019 to recognize and celebrate the top for-profit boating industry companies for their commitment to promoting boating safety initiatives. These efforts may include but are not limited to encouraging boaters to wear life jackets; designating a sober skipper; proper use of VHF radios and/or engine cut-off lanyards; recommendations to take a boating safety course or to carry required boating safety equipment; or discussing other boating safety topics.
The 2020 National Boating Industry Safety Awards are generously sponsored by KICKER Marine Audio.
Representatives in the following for-profit recreational marine business categories are eligible to apply:
The National Boating Industry Safety Awards Application will be open from September 3 through October 15, 2020. The award winners will be announced at MRAA's Dealer Week scheduled for December 8-11, 2020 in Austin, TX.
The inaugural National Boating Industry Safety Awards were presented at Boating Industry's Elevate Summit on November 22, 2019 in Orlando, FL. Watch these videos from the 2019 Winners:
With a focus on safe boating practices that result in fun on the water, the Sea Tow Foundation – a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization – was established in 2007 by Sea Tow Founder Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer. After his passing in 2015, Captain Joe’s legacy continues as the Foundation brings attention to the number of preventable boating-related injuries, deaths, and damage to property, that directly addresses prevention methods through education and awareness.
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Phone: (888) 276-7691