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LET’S TALK SPRING, BOATING, and READINESS!

By Bruce Claflin, Scuttlebutt Magazine So all of us here in the upper Midwest have been extremely patient and now, it’s finally spring. Time to go boating! Maybe for some of us it IS time to go boating, but for...

Sharing our water

Whether on the water for boating, fishing, or watersports, or on the land, exploring the shoreline or living at water’s edge, everyone who enjoys our nation’s waterways, has same right to enjoy the water as you do. As a responsible boater, you should always be mindful of...
Safety with Life Jacket

Have the right life jacket?

Today’s life jackets come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and materials. No matter which life jacket you choose, it should be U.S. Coast Guard approved and right for you, the water activity, and the water conditions you...

Marine Communications Can you Hear Me?

Cell Phone vs. VHF Radio Having a cell phone on board allows you to keep in touch with land-based contacts and businesses easily. They are very convenient but in some situations they shouldn’t be used in place of a very...

Spinlock enhances safety at sea with the introduction of GlowSpot®

Spinlock is pleased to announce that it will be introducing yet another innovative feature to its DURO range of commercial marine lifejackets in the form of a new bladder that uses Glowspot® retro-reflection technology. Glowspot® further enhances the...

BoatUS Foundation Cracks the Code to Make On-Water Boat Training More Affordable, Accessible

ANNAPOLIS, Md., January 15, 2019 – Learning how to drive a boat takes practice. That’s not always an easy or affordable thing to do, according to the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water – especially...

Three tips for environmentally responsible boating

The presence of human beings on waterways has a lasting effect on water quality. To minimize your impact on aquatic flora and fauna, adopting responsible boating practices is key. 1. Fill up carefully If you own a motorboat, stay a good...

Make boater safety your priority this spring and go wireless

Springtime boating is here and boat owners are pulling their vessels from storage and deciding on what new upgrades they should do this season before they set out on the first voyage. Will it be new electronics, a full...

Correct Craft CEO to Represent Recreational Boating Industry on U.S. Department of Interior’s...

WASHINGTON, D.C.—May 14, 2018—On Friday, U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, announced the addition of Correct Craft President and CEO, Bill Yeargin, to the Department of Interior’s “Made in America” Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee. The announcement was made...

Inexpensive protection for propeller blades and shins

It’s a toss-up as to which hurts more: a dinged shin or the bill from a propeller repair shop. Both are easily avoided with Davis Instruments’ patented Prop Sox. It’s an inexpensive set of three slip-on covers that protect...

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