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Boater Safety

Boater Education is critical to the safety of yourself and everyone else on the water. We want to help educate you, not just with safety matters, but with every facet of boating in your life. Learn how to properly maintain your boat. How to guide yourself on the water. What safety gear you should have on board, and how to use it.
How Much Does A Gallon Of Gas Weigh? Boater Safety

How Much Does A Gallon Of Gas Weigh?

To help you figure out the maximum amount of weight that your boat can safely handle, it’s important to start with the basics.

Can You Drink on a Boat in Florida? Boater Safety

Can You Drink on a Boat in Florida?

Before you kick back and open a can of beer, here are a few things you need to know about drinking and boating in the Sunshine State.

Do This If You See a Red Flag With a White Diagonal Stripe While Boating Boater Safety

Do This If You See a Red Flag With a White Diagonal Stripe While Boating

In this article, we’ll explain what that red flag means, and what you should do if you see it. Plus, we’ll make some pro recommendations for how to handle in-water encounters with one specific type of watersports enthusiast.

Everything You Need to Know About Night Anchoring Boater Safety

Everything You Need to Know About Night Anchoring

Read on for insider tips and hints to help you navigate the waters overnight. Plus, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about night boating etiquette and catching fish at night.

What Factor Determines A Boat’s Required Equipment? Boater Safety

What Factor Determines A Boat’s Required Equipment?

If you’re planning to join the millions of recreational boaters in the US, there’s one important question you need to ask before you stock your boat: what factor determines a boat’s required equipment?

Can You Drink on a Boat in Texas? Boater Safety

Can You Drink on a Boat in Texas?

Texas is strict when it comes to law enforcement – and boating laws are no exception. Here’s a rundown of everything you need to know about drinking and boating in the Lone Star State.