The National Boating Safety School offers the Transport Canada-approved boating safety course and online exam to get your Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) in the province of Quebec. Your Quebec boating license is valid across Canada.
Are you ready to become a certified operator of a motorized watercraft on Canadian waters, including in Quebec? Study our Transport Canada-approved boating safety course before taking the final online boating exam to obtain your Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC). Don’t wait any longer – start your journey towards competency today!
Our interactive quizzes and videos make it easy to learn everything you need to know to pass your online exam and get your Quebec boat license in no time.
With unlimited retries, you can confidently take the official boating exam from Transport Canada after you have carefully studied the course material.
With your temporary license, you can go boating in Quebec while you wait for your Transport Canada-approved Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC)!
Yes! Operators of motorized recreational vessels used on Canadian waters, including the province of Quebec, must provide proof of competency by obtaining a Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC). Ensure your safety and the safety of other boaters by taking the necessary steps to obtain your PCOC today.
The National Boating Safety School is Canada’s leading provider of boating safety education, offering the official Transport Canada-approved boating course recognized in all provinces, including Quebec. With over 2 million Canadians relying on us, our boating safety education is the best way to ensure you stay safe on the water. Join us and get your boat license today!
Below, we answer some frequently asked questions about obtaining your boating license in the province of Quebec.
Your Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) can be obtained online in Quebec from a Transport Canada-approved provider such as the National Boating Safety School. The process is simple – register online, study the interactive course materials and pass the official exam with free unlimited retries.
Upon registration, you will have to pay a fee of $59.95 CAD to take the official Canadian Pleasure Craft Operator Card exam. After completing our boating safety course, you can take the exam, which includes unlimited retries for free.
After registration, you can take the official Canadian Pleasure Craft Operator Card exam once you have studied the provided course materials. You will only have to pay a one-time fee of $59.95 CAD for unlimited retries.
The National Boating Safety School also offers group and family discounts:
The Boater Safety Course can be completed in as little as 3-5 hours, allowing you to get your Temporary Pleasure Craft Operator Card and start boating legally in Quebec. Your Permanent Pleasure Craft Operator Card will then arrive in the mail within a few weeks.
All personal watercraft (PWC) operators in Canada must have a valid Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) in order to legally operate a personal watercraft (including Sea-Doos). The PCOC is a requirement for all ages, regardless of type of watercraft and engine power.
In Quebec, boaters of all ages, including those under 16, must have a Pleasure Craft Operator Card in order to operate a boat. Boaters 16 years of age and under are subject to certain restrictions.
In Quebec, replacing a lost boating licence is an easy process that can be done online with an official provider. To obtain your Canadian boating license replacement card, there is a one-time charge of $24.95.
Yes! The National Boating Safety School course can be studied on any device, including desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone.
Please visit the National Boating Safety School blog section for more tips and information about boating safety in Canada.
The National Boating Safety School makes it easy to get your Pleasure Craft Operator Card in Quebec. With our trusted boating course, over 2 million Canadians have already taken the steps to become certified! Register today and you’ll be ready to hit the waters with confidence and safety.