Boating Safety

Boating Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility

As a boater, you are responsible for having all required safety equipment, for operating your boat safety and for ensuring the safety of those on board your vessel as well as those sharing the waterways. Boaters exercising courtesy and common sense will not create a hazard, threat, stress or an irritant to themselves, to others, to the environment, or to wildlife.

1.Wear an approved Personal Flotation Device (PFD)
2.Read your owner’s manual.
3.Attach engine stop switch securely to your body or PFD.
4.Respect the speed limits and other boating restrictions.
5.Be cautious and courteous.
6.Navigate with care.
7.Understand the behavior characteristics of your vessel that might result from unexpected manoeuvrings, such as sudden deceleration, high-speed obstacle avoidance, and other speed related issues.
Become informed and stay informed!

“Take an accredited boating safety course”

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Safe Disposal of Hydraulic Fluid

Correct disposal of used steering fluid and components.

Please place contaminated materials in disposable containers and dispose of in a manner consistent with applicable regulations. Contact local environmental or health authorities for approved disposal of these materials.

Thank you!

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