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Boat Handling

  • New environmental regulations provide an opportunity to review fuel safety aboard.

    New environmental regulations provide an opportunity to review fuel safety aboard.
  • To exponentially reduce your chance of a boating accident, say no to boating under the influence.

    To exponentially reduce your chance of a boating accident, say no to boating under the influence.
  • Boating Safety

    Tougher BWI laws are attempting to cut down on alcohol-related boating deaths.

    Tougher BWI laws are attempting to cut down on alcohol-related boating deaths.
  • Follow our tips for getting free if you run aground.

    Follow our tips for getting free if you run aground.
  • Clearing fouled props and running gear.

    Clearing fouled props and running gear.
  • Smart mariners take the dangers of running inlets very seriously.

    Smart mariners take the dangers of running inlets very seriously.
  • Everything you need to know about towing a boat safely.

    Everything you need to know about towing a boat safely.
  • Effective docking strategies for short-term stops.

    Effective docking strategies for short-term stops.
  • Use these boating tips to safely and politely navigate no wake zones.

    Use these boating tips to safely and politely navigate no wake zones.
  • Vision and decision are as important as wheel and throttle.

    Vision and decision are as important as wheel and throttle.
  • Alternate uses for cleats and chocks.

    Alternate uses for cleats and chocks.
  • Etiquette in the water is not just a courtesy, but a safety measure as well.

    Etiquette in the water is not just a courtesy, but a safety measure as well.
  • A safe return to port should begin well before you reach the jetties.

    A safe return to port should begin well before you reach the jetties.
  • Boating tips for a smoother ride in head seas.

    Boating tips for a smoother ride in head seas.
  • A tide-beating tie-up.

    A tide-beating tie-up.

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