This boater learned that properly securing an anchor is a key safety factor.
An anchor at the ready and a crew trained to use it are important boating-safety protocols.
Checking and interpreting wave forecasts proves critical to safety and comfort.
This boater kept his pride, but at the cost of a harrowing night.
Everyone remembers to bring the fishing rods and bait when going fishing. Similarly, wakeboarders always have a tow rope handy. But the most important items on a boat are safety gear. You never know when an emergency situation will occur. Life jackets are mandatory, and should be worn on the boat. But beyond that, emergency beacons, first-aid kits, life rafts, flares and other products might be vitally important to have on your boating excursions. Check out today’s available boating safety gear.
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