Register today for the ABYC Standards Week in New Orleans, January 9 to 13, 2023

ABYC Standards Week

Dec 6, 2022

In-person events are back! There is no denying the energy boost we get from attending industry events—seeing our colleagues, getting updated on what’s been happening, and then returning to the office re-invigorated with useful information, resources and connections. Remind yourself why you do what you do! Join us in New Orleans for Standards Week 2023.

ABYC Training Seminar
January 10, 7am-12pm

Join your fellow industry professionals to get updates from the experts on electrical systems, corrosion mitigation and refrigeration systems, plus you can participate in a fascinating legal case study discussion involving an explosion on a center console.
Earn 4 CEUs.


Standards Certification
January 11, 8am-5pm

This one-day course consists of an online self-study, classroom review, and exam. The ABYC Standards Certification addresses specific compliance issues relevant to engineers, installers, compliance inspectors, and marine surveyors.

Join us for this rare IN-PERSON certification course!


ABYC Annual Meeting
January 9, 5:30pm-8:30pm

Please join us to celebrate all that’s happened in boating safety over the years! Enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and connect with industry colleagues. All are welcome to the free event.


Project Technical Committee Meetings (PTC)
January 9-13

Project Technical Committees (PTCs) meet daily to discuss updates to the standards. Learn which standards are being revised or newly considered and how these standards may affect the future of boating.



Contact Us:
American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC)
marketing@abycinc.org | 410-990-4460

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