Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
BoatingCampaign Jul 16
Let a loved one or friend know the details of your boating trip. The sooner rescuers can get on the water and to the location of an overdue boater, the more likely the outcome will be positive.
Reply Retweet Like
Spartanburg Water 2h
About 85 percent of those who drown in the U.S. were not wearing a life jacket. You can borrow jackets from the loaner board at Lake Bowen at no cost on a first-come, first-served basis.
Reply Retweet Like
Rideau Boat Info 4h
Boaters; when traveling the Remember the speed limit is ALWAYS 10km/hr when you are within 30 meters or 100 feet from shore. Navigational aids can be found on our website:
Reply Retweet Like
Ken Cook Marine Jul 19
Trailer Boaters - Be sure to check the pump before filling your boat. Marine products can tolerate E10 or less, and that's only products made in the past 10 years. Don't buy on price, E15 & higher blends are not only dangerous but can damage your engine as well.
Reply Retweet Like
RCM-SAR 02 North Van 3h
It's the start of National Drowning Prevention Week. Not having proper navigation lights is not only illegal it can cause collisions with vessels that cant see you.
Reply Retweet Like
SafeBoatingCouncil Jul 16
Reply Retweet Like
Anchoring Jul 17
Just a reminder to make sure you've got a current operator's card and to brush up the rules of the water if you're feeling rusty... 😉
Reply Retweet Like
DAN Boater Jul 15
AMI Hosts Webinar on Electric Shock Drowning Electric shock drowning expert Ed Lethert warned of the dangers currently taking place in marinas around the country where docks are below water because of flooding. via
Reply Retweet Like
TWRA Jul 20
Reply Retweet Like
NRPS Marine Unit Jul 17
Operating a boat while impaired is the same as if driving a car while impaired. Be safe on the water and don’t drink alcohol while boating.
Reply Retweet Like
Port of Pittsburgh Commission Jul 12
Heading out on the river this weekend? Be prepared before leaving the dock and always practice .
Reply Retweet Like
Alaska Boating Safety Program Jul 19
Thumbs up for wearing a life jacket! This photo was taken on Paddle Fun Day at Goose Lake in June. Where is your favorite place to paddle board in Alaska?
Reply Retweet Like
DAN Boater Jul 15
Catching quality ZZZZZZs on the high seas can be a real challenge, especially when you're far offshore or cruising alone. Here are a few tips from the pros that can help even casual recreational boaters do it more safely.
Reply Retweet Like
New York Safe Boaters Alliance Jul 15
Avoid a collision. The Rules of the Road include the actions to take when encountering another vessel on the water. Some of the most common situations you may encounter are: 1) overtaking, 2) meeting head on, and 3) crossing the bow of another boat.
Reply Retweet Like
508MuirLad Jul 12
Replying to @FrAquinasOP
Always wear your lifejacket; whilst lifesaving.
Reply Retweet Like
New York Safe Boaters Alliance Jul 18
Under conditions of restricted visibility, all motorized vessels must sound a prolonged blast of 4-6 seconds on their horn or whistle every two minutes.
Reply Retweet Like
SafeBoatingCouncil Jul 16
Replying to @LaurMacaluso
Thank you so much for having us! We are always happy to share education :D
Reply Retweet Like
westmarine Jul 17
Don't joke around with weather when you are out on the water. If you hear of a storm coming or worse, see one coming - get off the water!
Reply Retweet Like
OPP Central Jul 19
OPP and Parks Canada marine officers rewarding safe vessel operators with McDonald's Ice Cream Cones for vessel equipment compliance. ^DH😎
Reply Retweet Like
ApexMarine Jul 17
Life jackets are at the core of being safe on the water. Here's some information to make sure you keep safe!
Reply Retweet Like