Fueling Your Boat

Fire is always a frightening risk of boating, and fueling your boat improperly can create a hazardous situation for you and your passengers. Be aware of the dangers and stay safe with these simple tips: BEFORE fueling: Close all windows and doors. Turn off the engine and all electrical devices. Frequently check fuel lines and connections for leaks or worn spots. DURING fueling: To dissipate

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Electric Shock Drowning

An afternoon swim around a dock can easily become deadly with a killer you can’t see or hear. Protect your family from Electric Shock Drowning (ESD). It’s the silent killer of every boating season, but it can be prevented. ESD can occur when low levels of electric current from nearby boats or dock wiring pass through the water and into a swimmer’s body causing temporary

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How to Choose a Wakeboard

How to Choose a Wakeboard If you think all wakeboards are the same, think again. Wakeboards have a lot of nuances and variations that make one board right for certain people and wrong for others. Here are a few tips to help you select a wakeboard. Check the specifications. Is the board you’re looking at made for a beginner, intermediate or advanced rider—and which one

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