The Vessel Safety Check (VSC) is a FREE service provided to owners or operators of privately-owned recreational boats. It is a USCG Auxiliary service for the public and is NOT required by any government agency.

We help you be sure you have all the legally required equipment as well as some extra equipment for safety.

2012 Schedule - Vessel Examination Stations
April 28 Jordan Lake, Farrington Point ramp
May 19 Jordan Lake, Farrington Point ramp
June 23 Jordan Lake, Seaforth ramp
July 21 Jordan Lake, Ebenezzer ramp
August 18 Jordan Lake, Farrington Point ramp
September 15 Jordan Lake, Farrington Point ramp
NOTE: Stations are scheduled from 9 AM - 2 PM unless otherwise stated.
NOTE: Dates and locations can change.
Vessel Inspection Decal
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If you would like to arrange for a Safety Check on your boat at another time, or if you want more information about the Vessel Examination process contact the Flotilla Staff Officer of Vessel Examinations, Perry Taylor at: 9-11.FSO-VE@CoastGuardAux.com

Other local Flotillas hold VSC stations as well. You can even have an Auxiliarist come to you for a VSC.

NOTE: The Coast Guard Auxiliary is the volunteer, civilian branch of the Coast Guard. We do NOT have Law Enforcement authority. We want you and your boat to be safe! If there is a legal infraction on your boat, you will NOT get a ticket! We want to be invited back, to keep helping you keep your boat safe.

New Federal Law: all children under the age of 13 are now required to wear a PFD (Life Jacket) while on board a recreational vessel that is underway. The only exceptions are if the child is below decks or in an enclosed cabin, or on a vessel that is not underway.



Other Events:
VE Workshop: March 24, 9-12, Peace Presbyterian Church
Lake Royale VSC Station: TBD
Cary Kayak Club Member Day: TBD
Jordan Lake Operation Dry Water: June 30, Farrington Point



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