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High-Boating Traffic Expected This July 4th Holiday

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High-Boating Traffic for July 4th Holiday
With more boaters enjoying time on the water during the July 4th holiday, it’s very important to boat responsibly.

Wear It!, along with the National Safe Boating Council and other boating safety advocates, want everyone to have fun and stay safe this Independence Day. Here’s what you can do to spread the word and ensure everyone's safety.

1. Be sure everyone onboard your boat is always wearing a life jacket.
2. Double check that your life jacket is appropriate for the water activity, fits properly and is in serviceable condition.
3. Always follow navigation rules. Find out more at
4. Don't boat under the influence. Alcohol is responsible for 21% of boating fatalities. Learn about Operation Dry Water.
5. Make sure your boat is as prepared as you are with this handy Pre-Departure Checklist.
6. File a float plan with someone you trust that includes details about the trip, boat and emergency contacts. Find out more at
7. Share with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram how you're promoting boating safety with #wearit.
8. Take the Boating Safety Pledge to share with your friends on Facebook and Twitter your dedication to boating safety.
9. Share your boating adventures with us for a chance to win a prize pack, including an inflatable life jacket!
10. Share a Wear It! decal on your vessel or at your marina and tell others about boating safety.
And most importantly, have fun while boating!
Posted By: KC Scarlett on Jun 22, 2015 (Views: 734)


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