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Partner Visitation Program

RBS Program Visitors are instrumental in advancing a “culture of safety”. Working with local businesses and RBS Program Partners in our communities, we can effectively influence the boating community with safe boating practices, educational outreach and classes, vessel safety checks and encourage an attitude of safety.



Some key topics for study and discussion with PV Partners to encourage education and awareness:

  • Life Jackets – proper sizes and fit, floatation, wear and availability, USCG approved, etc.
  • America’s Waterway Watch – how each citizen can report suspicious behavior that could threaten our homeland security
  • Auxiliary Recruitment – provide information and guidance for recruiting members
  • Communications – VHF marine radios, radio channels and mobile devices
  • Marine Pollution – promote clean marinas, use good environmental practices to clean a boat, fuel a boat, etc.
  • Float Plans – information to leave with a friend or family before you leave the dock
  • National Safe Boating Week – encourage life jacket use and other safety practices prior to the start of boating season
  • You’re in Command - encourages all recreational boaters to take responsibility for their actions on the water

Program Visitors serve as local area ambassadors for the U.S. Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary in a recreational boating safety public outreach program. As a Program Visitor, you have  an opportunity to:

  • Establish good relationships with local area businesses to support boating safety
  • Provide free, helpful boating safety literature to PV Partner locations for their customers
  • Offer boating safety classes and vessel safety checks to the public
  • Educate the boating public to reduce boating accidents, save lives and property
  • Bring awareness to federal, state and local boating regulations
  • Increase exposure and understanding of Coast Guard and Auxiliary programs and missions
  • Provide better understanding of the responsibilities of a boat operator or passenger onboard a boat
  • Promote awareness of pollution and marine environmental safety programs

For more information contact


Recreational Boating Safety Visitor 
FSO-PV Helen Marie Muller
mobile (508) 846-4838