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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...

Please be aware of your own wake

By Rick Chapman, General Manager of Sunnyside Marina President of the Midwest Marina Association The Midwest Marina Association is made up of over 25 Marinas on the St. Croix River, Mississippi River, Lake Minnetonka and Lake Superior. We represent over 6,000...

Launch into spring

Here’s your spring fitting out safety checklist. Complete safety inspection of the engine, hull, and other systems should take, at most, an hour or two. Out of the Water Inspect and lubricate sea­cocks. Hoses and hose clamps (two at each...

Fireboy® – Xintex Safety Tips

An Automatic Fixed Fire Extinguishing system A Gasoline Detection System Carbon Monoxide Alarms Smoke Detectors Automatic Fire Suppression Systems automatically put out a fire on your boat helping reduce the damage. Systems are actuated by temperature (175oF) and protect...

Learn to fish responsibly

Warm weather has arrived, and the welcoming temperatures are once again beckoning people to the great outdoors. Fishing is a popular warm weather pastime, and it's important to take an environmentally responsible approach when fishing. According to "Oceana: Our Endangered...

Waterborne Stains And Odors Are History With IOSSO

Because of the constantly moist environment, many areas on a boat rarely dry thoroughly, even when drained and sitting on a trailer. Live wells, bait buckets, fish boxes, coolers and refrigerators can all develop algae, mold and mildew, and...

6 tips to stop theft

What can boat owners do to prevent theft? It’s hard to stop a determined thief, but you can reduce your chances of being targeted. 1. Take a look at your boat storage area. Is it lit at night? Does it have...

Ethanol could damage outboard motors

Ethanol, a corn-based fuel that is mixed with traditional gasoline, has been a boon to the fuel industry. It helps to keep costs down and provides a renewable, more eco-friendly option to fuel cars and trucks. While ethanol may...

Enjoy Fourth of July fireworks from your boat — safely

As boaters, we love spending every possible day of the season on the water. Certainly, one of the highlights of each summer season is our Independence Day holiday and the opportunity to watch the spectacular fireworks displays from the...

NEVER BE CARELESS ABOUT BOATING SAFETY

When you are out on the water it is your duty to enforce all boating safety rules and to have in your possession all mandatory boating licenses. People used to be able to drive a pleasure boat no matter...

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