The Importance of Float Plans

It’s always smart to notify someone when you’re going out boating. It’s the safe and responsible thing to do. Letting a friend or family member know when and where you plan to go helps rescue efforts in an emergency. For short excursions, a verbal heads-up is all you need. For longer cruises—especially overnights—it’s imperative that you fill out a formal Float Plan. A Float Plan

The Importance of Float Plans2020-03-19T10:41:13-05:00

Stay Safe This Labor Day

Labor Day weekend is an exciting celebration of the end of summer, and boaters across the country will be taking advantage of the last warm days to enjoy some fun in the sun. But before you head out, keep in mind these important tips to ensure that everyone on board stays safe on the water.   BOAT SOBER Alcohol use is the leading contributing factor

Stay Safe This Labor Day2020-03-19T10:42:15-05:00

Tips for Boating in the Fall

The end of summer doesn’t mean the end of the boating season. With crisp, cool air, beautiful fall colors and fewer people on the water, autumn might be the best time of year to go boating. However, shorter days and cold water can make for dangerous situations. Here are a few tips on how to stay safe and enjoy boating in the fall. Wear a

Tips for Boating in the Fall2019-10-17T12:00:44-05:00
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