ABYC Standards Week

Nov 27, 2018

ABYC 2019 Standards Week will be January 7-11, 2019 in Seattle, Washington. The event is especially close to our readers in B.C.

Standards are the core of ABYC – they are continuously researched, developed and revised by over 400 voluntary marine professionals from all fields of the industry. Make sure you and your company join in the meetings to have your voice heard and stay ahead of the curve in the development of boating safety standards. 

At the same time, plan to join the ABYC Annual Meeting & Cocktail Reception as they celebrate all that’s happened in boating safety over the years. See old friends, meet new ones, and learn what’s new with ABYC over cocktails and light appetizers. This is an ideal networking opportunity for anyone in the marine industry! 

There is no cost to register for the event. The hotel room block deadline is December 18th – book a room soon for a discounted rate! 


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