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Video set offers pro-level boater instruction

All Marine Network is selling Smart Boating, a four-DVD box set that offers recreational boaters professional-level training in boat operation and safety procedures.

This video course, which features more than 10 hours of instruction and information, is hosted by Capt. Steve Larivee, president of the boating education company Maritime Smarts.

Larivee is a licensed professional captain with more than 30 years of commercial experience and is also a test captain for BoatTest.com.

Smart Boating includes more than 250 questions that reinforce the subjects learned and will help prepare boaters for state certification tests.

For information, including dealer wholesale, call (423) 839-1656 or e-mail Brian@AllMarineNetwork.com.

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