Would you like to learn how to more
effectively navigate white water in a river jet?
has extensive experience and knowledge as a river jet boat pilot. Court has
operated over 8,000 tour trips on the Rogue River since 1972.
In 1973 he ran the first aluminum passenger boat ever used in
Oregon and in 1976 he piloted the first inboard river jet to
navigate the entire 120 miles between Gold Beach and Grant's
Pass, Oregon. In 1985 Court designed and operated the
first three-engine white water passenger boat ever used in the
world. Using river jets, Court has transported pickup
trucks, large John Deere tractors and other unique and valuable
cargo into wilderness property.
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Court has piloted boats at a low flow of 820 cfs and at a
high flow of 155,000 cfs. Court has performed rescues at
levels as high as 40,000 cfs.
Collectively the Boice family has hundreds of years of river
jet experience. Court's Uncle Alden began building wooden
jets in the late 50's. In 1971 Alden was one of the very
first aluminum jet manufacturers in North America. The
Boice tradition continues today.
Court is a past member of the Oregon State Marine Board, past
owner of Court's White Water Tours, past part/owner of
Boats, and past owner of Paradise Lodge on the Rogue River.
Contact Court Boice with your Wilderness Lodge or River Jet needs. His time
and experience with and in river jets can significantly benefit
you or your business.
Download Court's resume