Fresh Live Shrimp,
Shrimp, Squid, Sardines, Mullet,
Always check local weather conditions before departure- TV and radio forecasts can be a good source of information. If you notice darkening clouds, volatile and rough changing winds, or sudden drops in temperature, play it safe by getting off the water.
Follow a Pre-Departure Checklist
Proper boating safety means being prepared for any possibility on the water. From compliance with fire safety regulations to tips for fueling up, following a pre-departure checklist is the best way to make sure no boating safety rules or precautions have been forgotten.
Use Common Sense
One of the most important parts of boating safety is to use your common sense. This means operating at a safe speed at all times, especially in crowded areas. Be alert at all times, and steer clear of large vessels and watercraft that can be restricted in their ability to stop or turn. Also be respectful of buoys and other navigational aids, all of which have been placed there for one reason only- to ensure your own boating safety.
Make Proper Use of Life Jackets
Did you know that the majority of drowning victims are the result of boating accidents were found not to be wearing a Life jacket? Make sure that your family and friends aren’t part of this statistic by assigning and fitting each member of your on board team with a
life jacket prior to departure.