Boating Accidents

What You Should Know About Boating Accidents

Each year, Florida is at or near the top of the list of states where boating accidents occur. With our abundance of rivers, lakes, waterways and, of course, the Atlantic Ocean, it’s…

Watercraft and Boating Accident Safety and Law

More than 2,900 people were injured and more than 700 lost their lives to recreational boating accidents last year, according to the U.S. Coast Guard’s Office of Auxiliary and Boating Safety’s annual…

Search Ends Tonight for Victims of El Faro

“We are heading straight into it, Category 3, last we checked,” wrote Danielle Randolph, a crew member of the ill-fated El Faro cargo ship, in an email to her mother, according to…

New Law Aimed at Curbing Boating Accidents in Georgia

A new Georgia law requiring boat education and increasing penalties for intoxicated watercraft operators goes into effect in July. Those planning to spend summer days on the water in Georgia need to…

Boating deaths on the rise

According to the 2009 Recreational Boating Statistics report released today by the US Coast Guard’s Office of Auxiliary and Boating Safety, fatal accidents for recreational boaters increased by 3.8 percent in 2009….

Tips for better boating

Here’s a quick list of things that should make this upcoming? boating season safer and more enjoyable. In no particular order: Check the weather forecast – it is Florida and you…

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