Get your Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) and enjoy boating throughout Canada with the Transport Canada-approved boating safety course and online exam from the National Boating Safety School. Get your Saskatchewan boating license today and start enjoying the waters everywhere!
Our boating safety course provides interactive videos and quizzes to help you prepare for the official online boating exam from the comfort of your own home. Get your boat license in Saskatchewan in 3 easy steps – simply sign up, review the material and take the exam on any device. Plus, you can retake the test without any additional costs! Guaranteed satisfaction!
Studying our boating course will equip you with the knowledge required to get your Saskatchewan boat license. Our interactive quizzes and videos will help you learn all the necessary information so you can pass the online exam.
Pass Transport Canada’s official boating exam after studying the course materials. The exam can be taken with unlimited retries.
In a few weeks, your Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) will be sent to you by mail. This card is valid in all provinces, including Saskatchewan. A temporary card will also be issued after passing the exam.
Yes! Under Canadian law, operators of motorized boats in Saskatchewan must have a Pleasure Craft Operator Card (commonly referred to as a boating license).
Since 2001, the National Boating Safety School has enabled over 2 million Canadians to receive their Pleasure Craft Operator Card. Saskatchewanians trust our Transport Canada-approved course for a quick and hassle-free boat license certification.
Do you have questions about obtaining a boating license in Saskatchewan? Here, we provide answers to some of the most commonly asked questions related to boating license requirements in the province.
Obtaining your Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) in Saskatchewan is easy! All you need to do is register online with the National Boating Safety School (NBSS), a certified provider of the Transport Canada-approved boat license exam. With our interactive course material, you can study and pass the exam (with free unlimited retries) online.
Registering for the online Canadian Pleasure Craft Operator Card exam will cost $49.95 CAD. Upon completion of the boating safety course, you can take the exam with free unlimited retries.
The National Boating Safety School also offers discounts for groups and families:
Completing the Boating Safety Course only takes 3 to 5 hours, which is all you need to get your temporary Pleasure Craft Operator Card and start boating legally in Saskatchewan. Your permanent card will arrive in a few weeks.
Pleasure Craft Operator Cards issued or updated since 2010 are valid for 10 years. Once the validity period has ended, you must renew your license in Saskatchewan. If you have made any changes to your name, address or pleasure craft details after obtaining a PCOC, you must also update your card.
After reviewing all modules, you must take and pass the Transport Canada Boating Safety Test which consists of 50 questions. This test can be completed online within 30 days.
To pass the Transport Canada Boating Safety Test, a score of 75% or higher is required. If you don’t pass on the first try, you can retake the test after 24 hours.
In Saskatchewan, no minimum age is required to get a Pleasure Craft Operator Card, which is legally required for all boaters, no matter their age. Those 16 and under must adhere to certain age and horsepower restrictions.
Replacing a lost boating license in Saskatchewan is straightforward. Simply pay a one-time fee of $19.95 with a certified provider and you will receive your Canadian PCOC replacement card.
Yes! The National Boating Safety School’s boater safety course and Transport Canada’s official boating exam are available on all devices – desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile.
Please visit the National Boating Safety School’s blog section for more tips and information about boating safety in Canada.
Saskatchewan boaters can obtain their Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) quickly and easily with the National Boating Safety School. With over 2 million Canadians trusting our service, you can register today and receive your official boat license in as little as a few hours.