|Benefits of ABYC Membership|
Online Standards Access and Free Technical Support
Members have access 24/7 access any of the standards and our brand new online Standards Library which has an enhanced search functionality and better look/feel. You also can call our ABYC Technical Department with your questions and get free advice.
Discounts on ABYC Certifications
Most ABYC Certification courses are half the price for members vs. non-members. If you are a Master Marine Technician these savings add up fast!
Unmatched Business Insurance Discounts
If you are a mobile marine technician, mechanic, surveyor, consultant, boat broker or naval architect, and need liability or professional negligence, this is a great opportunity to obtain competitive rates for your business.
Discounts on Suburban Propane Service
ABYC has partnered with Suburban Propane to give our members extra propane savings with group pricing. Receive reliable propane delivery for your cylinder or bulk fuel needs.
Free subscription to the Reference Point
The Reference Point is a standards-based marine industry journal, published quarterly by the ABYC Foundation as a service for the ABYC members. As the journal for ABYC, the Reference Point is designed to provide members with current standards-based information, articles, discussions, opinions and commentary surrounding the development of both national and international standards for the design, construction, equipage and maintenance of boats.
Discounts on Publications
Publication include the annually updated Standards and Technical Information Reports Small Craft, ABYC Certification Study Guides, and various educational resources for boat building and repair.
Find Qualified Staff on ABYC's Career Pier
This fantastic online resource will prove a comprehensive matching system for employers and job seekers in the boating industry.
Access educational videos and webinars
Access member only videos for free educational opportunities to learn more in subjects line marine electrical, marine corrosion, marine systems, diesel engine and support systems, gasoline engine and support systems, composite boat building, and refrigeration and A/C.
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