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With March nearly over, Spring has just begun, and the weather is starting to change and get warmer. I'm excited to welcome this change of season, and I know that many of my friends, family, and customers are too because it means they can get outside more, including getting on the water and taking their boat for a ride.

Here are 3 Boating Safety Tips to Keep in Mind Before You Get Onboard:

· Be Weather-Wise - 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 and waiting until conditions are safer.


· Make Proper Use of Lifejackets - Did you know that the majority of drowning and boating accident victims are found not to be wearing a lifejacket? Make sure that your family and friends aren't part of this statistic by assigning and fitting each member of your onboard team with a lifejacket-prior to departure.


· 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.

The above tips will keep you protected, and you can click here for more boating safety information. 

  http://www.uscgboating.org/

Now you've got the tips to keep yourself safe on the water; what about your boat insurance coverage? The basic boat owner's insurance policy coverage includes your boat, trailer, equipment, and accessories.

Also, just as important, is liability if you cause bodily injury or property damage. Medical payments coverage will cover injuries to any passenger in your boat. You may not have thought about insuring yourself this way, but you definitely need to make sure they are protected too. Give us a call today to make sure you've got the coverage you need before you get on the water.

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