In 2014, the Coast Guard counted 4,064 accidents that involved 610 deaths, 2,678 injuries and approximately $39 million dollars of damage to property as a result of recreational boating accidents.i This report went on to find “Where instruction was known, 23% of deaths occurred on boats where the operator had received boating safety instruction. Only 12% percent of deaths occurred on vessels where the operator had received a nationally-approved boating safety education certificate.”
Full two day seminar with hands on training: $350
One day hands on training: $250
One day seminar training: $250
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Safety at Sea™ Seminar facts:
Plan – Personal safety gear, man overboard, emergency communications, search and rescue
Prepare – Heavy weather, storm sails, crew health, hypothermia, jury rigging and repair, fire precautions, lending assistance, life rafts, signals.
Practice – Participate in hands-on sessions on life jackets and life rafts in the water and group activities to test problem solving abilities.