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Boating Education Infographics: Part 7

After giving your boat a safety check out of water, the next step is to launch it. Although it can be done alone, it often is easier with two or more people. For more information on boating safety visit www.BOATERexam.com.  

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Boating Education Infographics: Part 4

Today’s infographic is on docking your vessel. What works for you? For more information on boating safety visit www.BOATERexam.com  

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Boating Education Infographics: Part 3

Today’s topic is cold water immersion. For more information on boating safety visit www.BOATERexam.com  

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Boating Education Infographics: Part 2

Today’s infographic is on carbon monoxide safety. For more information on boating safety visit www.BOATERexam.com  

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Boating Education Infographics: Part 1

Our friends at BOATERexam.com have shared some pretty cool boating education infographics with us, and now we are sharing them with you! What better way to teach kids or brush up on your own knowledge than looking at colorful, yet informative, illustrations? We will be posting these infographics over the next couple weeks. Not only […]

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Cautionary Tales in Boating Safety: Part 4

Richard VanDermark If there’s anything Navigation Officer for Greenwood Lake Police Department Richard VanDermark is eager to share with others, it’s that his own life was saved because he was wearing a life jacket. On a warm August day, he was tubing with his grandchildren on Greenwood Lake and his son-in-law was at the controls […]

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Boating Safety Tips: Part 2

We’ve chatted with a few people and asked what they believe the most important boating safety tips are. Here’s input from another person we spoke with: Carolyn Stuberg, Founder and Executive Director of Alexandria School for Nannies Stuberg said she has her skipper’s license and she owns three boats and a wave runner. Boating safety […]

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Cautionary Tales in Boating Safety: Part 3

Bonnie Russell Bonnie Russell, an independent legal publicist, still remembers her first day sailing years ago – the day she fell overboard into the San Francisco Bay without a life jacket. Although she had her wisdom teeth removed the day before, she said she was invited by friends to go sailing on the first day […]

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Cautionary Tales in Boating Safety: Part 2

Adam Lucas If there’s one thing former Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway Water Patrol Officer Adam Lucas has learned, it’s that you don’t need to be in the water to have a boating accident. Running late one morning, he said he quickly hooked up a patrol boat to his truck and rushed to the lake […]

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Boating Safety Tips: Part 1

We’ve chatted with a few people and asked what they believe the most important boating safety tips are. Here’s what one of them had to say: Brian Kempf, Marine Services, State of New York Wear your life jacket Take a safe boating class Never boat and drink Always let others know where you’re going Bring […]

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