After being stuck inside due to cooler weather (and COVID-19!) we know everyone is ready to enjoy the sunshine on a boat! As you are all preparing to dive headfirst into boating season, we wanted to provide you with some key information to utilize before you leave the dock.
If you’re planning to rent a boat, it is important to take the proper precautions to keep your child safe when on, in, or even near the water. Please remember that life jackets are a vital part of keeping you and your family safe when renting a recreational water vessel.
As summer comes to an end, school begins, and the temperatures begin to cool in many parts of the United States, Labor Day is many people’s last chance to get out on the water before the business of fall. Here are a few reminders to make the “last” boating day of the season a safe one!
When you’re planning on renting a boat and spending the day on the water with your family, one of the most important things you need to do is check the weather forecast for your area. There are several very important things you should do if bad weather strikes.