You probably have seen or heard stories about boat owners losing their
trailer or even their car at the launch ramp as a result of backing
the boat too far in the water. This video gives a practical demonstration of how to effectively and quickly launch a boat from a trailer and safely drive it back on at the end of the day avoiding the potential hazards that some people find at boat ramps
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BOATING & SAFETY | U.S. Coast Guard Training | Part 1 of a nine title video course in Boating and Safety which includes a medley of some of the greatest hits of boating safety, from hypothermia in a recreational canoe scenario to Buster Keaton’s great water adventures.
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Learning from a tragedy: Boating safety experts urge boaters to check safety …
Following a deadly day at sea for a Treasure Coast family, local boating safety experts want you to remember your safety options out on the water. Three family members died when Martin County Sheriff William Snyder says their boat sunk, and three …
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Four boating safety classes scheduled April 23
A basic boating safety class will be offered by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, U.S. Power Squadron and Clark County Marine Patrol from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. at the Clark County Public Works Maintenance and Operations Conference Center, 4700 N.E. 78th …
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Boating Safety Course Offered At Griffin
The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary and Griffin Hospital will host a boating safety course on Sunday, May 1 from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the hospital dining room, 130 Division St., Derby. The course will fulfill education requirements to obtain the …
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Boating is one of the great ways to relax yourself. This activity is also one of the best ways to spend time with your family. Just imagine you and your family spending time together and having fun in the middle of the lake. Or, it can also be a great way to hang out with your friends.
Fun and exciting boating may seem, but you still need to consider that safety should be your number one priority. Like cars, boats are also vehicles that you need to be careful of when driving. It is a fact that there had been a lot of accidents related to boating.
You should consider that the most common and also the most preventable boating accident is a man or woman falling of the boat and drown. This is why you should first know all about boating safety before you set sail.
Even the experienced boater encounters unexpected and unwanted accidents like this. So, before you set sail alone or with passengers, you should first take a boating safety course. This is where you will learn all about the different boating precautions that every boater should know.
Even if you are already and experienced boater, you should remember that there is always time to learn. Be a better boater by taking a boat safety class.
Every state in the US has different boating safety courses. All you have to do is choose one that is in your state. A boating safety course will be comprised of different classes that you have to complete and an exam that you have to pass in order to get your certification.
In some states, you have to complete a certain boating safety course in order to be allowed to operate a personal watercraft. If you do not take the course and if you don’t have a boating license, you will not be allowed to go boating.
The boating safety course will have classes for basic boating safety, first aid and CPR, navigation and about boating safety equipments. In some courses, you should expect more classes about boating safety.
By going through all of these classes, you will know all about the different safety precautions onboard a boat. You will not only protect yourself and your boat, but you will also protect your passengers.
Always remember that if you are the operator of the boat, you will be responsible for the safety of your passengers and also for the safety of other boaters. By being a responsible boater, you will see that everyone will have fun.
Basic boating safety will teach you all about your boat and how to be safe when onboard the boat. You will learn that you will be the one to instruct your passengers not to move around when the boat is moving in order to avoid someone falling off the boat and into the water.
You will also be instructed on how to deal with accidents in order to prevent someone from drowning or prevent some accident to become much worse than it already is.
You will also learn all about the safety equipments that a specific boat should have and also how to use them. By knowing what kind of safety equipments you should bring aboard, you will be prepared for everything that may happen while you and your passengers are out on the open water.
Always remember that by taking this course and completing the classes, you will be a more responsible and safe boater.