The Vessel Safety Check (VSC) program is an effective, proactive preventive safety program unique to the recreational boating community. It ensures that key marine safety equipment is present, is within prescribed functional limits, and is compliant with Federal, State and local regulations. It provides the examiner an opportunity to discuss with the recreational boater, the purpose of the marine safety equipment, to clarify various Federal, State and local regulations, to emphasize specific safety procedures and practices, to answer any boating related questions and to encourage additional boater education. Vessel examinations are free and there is no obligation on the owners part to comply with any resulting recommendations. To inquire about the program, contact committee Chairman David Brinks at VSC@grsps.org. No report will be made to the United States Coast Guard if the boat fails to pass an examination.
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Anchor Bay Change of Watch
Anchor Bay Change of WatchStarts: 11:00 pmEnds: January 17, 2019 - 2:00 amLocation: Dimitri's Opa Restaurant & Bar, 50875 Gratiot, Ave, Chesterfield, MI 48051
Details to follow
Dearborn Change of Watch
Dearborn Change of WatchStarts: 11:00 pmEnds: January 18, 2019 - 2:00 amLocation: Angelo Brothers Ristorante & Banquet Hall, 33550 Ford Rd, Westland, MI 48185, USA
between Venoy and Wayne on north side of road
Ann Arbor Change of Watch
Ann Arbor Change of WatchStarts: 11:00 pmEnds: January 22, 2019 - 2:00 amLocation: Carlyle Grill 3660 Jackson Rd. Ann Arbor, Scio TWP 48103. West side of Ann Arbor about 1.7 miles east of the Zeeb Rd. exit of I 94.
Port Huron Change of Watch - details to follow
Port Huron Change of Watch - details to followStarts: 11:00 pmEnds: January 30, 2019 - 2:30 am
- Anchor Bay Change of Watch