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Boating is a fun and exciting way to enjoy time with friends and family. To ensure that your boating experience is enjoyable, it is important to practice safe boating practices. Here are three helpful ways to reduce risk while boating:
Everyone on the boat, including the operator and all passengers, should wear an approved lifejacket or personal floatation device (PDF). Also, make sure your boat is equipped with all the recommended safety equipment.
Alcohol and boating do not mix - Boaters caught drinking and boating in Ontario face consequences similar to those for drinking and driving:
These sanctions apply to anyone who is caught drinking and operating motorized and non-motorized vessels, including power boats, canoes, kayaks, personal watercraft, sailboats, dinghies and other inflatable boats and rafts.
Training gives you the knowledge to make smart choices when boating.Please visit the following websites for more boating safety tips and advice: