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Crew Becomes Skipper
Views 4127 years ago
Paddle Plan
Views 647 years ago
Rough Water Handling
Views 152K7 years ago
Checking Marine Weather
Views 1027 years ago
How to Call for Help
Views 1817 years ago
Drinking & Boating Test
Views 2757 years ago
Drinking & Boating PSA
Views 6047 years ago
Alcohol Rules
Views 1247 years ago
Power Boat - Lifejackets
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Child Lifejacket Fitting
Views 12K7 years ago
Lifejacket Challenge
Views 8K7 years ago
Inflatable Lifejackets
Views 1.6K7 years ago

Comments

  • Derek Foret
    Derek Foret 3 months ago

    Why is that jackass driving on the wrong side of the boat he clearly has no business being in one. Especially in rough water

  • Evan Dickson
    Evan Dickson 4 months ago

    That’s my boat. At least I know it can handle waves.

  • Brad Darb
    Brad Darb 4 months ago

    Put tubby seated on the deck to lower your center of gravity, but keep him within arms reach of the cooler at all times.

  • farm job tv
    farm job tv 5 months ago

    Thats what my local lake looks like on a good day, full noise every time

  • Chronic Awareness
    Chronic Awareness 6 months ago

    sorry i didnt follow instructions... now my dick is stuck in the bilge

  • Creedsy
    Creedsy Year ago

    Where was the rough weather

  • TheHerb
    TheHerb 2 years ago

    so should i put down my sound signaling device to pick up the radio like the passenger did?

  • A Person
    A Person 3 years ago

    "If you should be caught out when the weather turns nasty" its not if you should its if you do

  • rippin lips
    rippin lips 3 years ago

    get on top of the waves sit down shut up and hold on...

  • Ball Busta
    Ball Busta 3 years ago

    H

  • Josue Garcia
    Josue Garcia 3 years ago

    Those guys look like theyve never been on a boat...actually thats not a boat sorry

  • Nevinmckenna
    Nevinmckenna 3 years ago

    Don't tell me what to do

  • MrSonic935
    MrSonic935 3 years ago

    i have a 12 ft alumacraft boat with a old 1960 something 2 stroke 4 hp engine, will it be able to handle lake michigan like a mile out?

    • A Shore
      A Shore 3 years ago

      +MrSonic935 yes, just as long as you wear scuba gear and pack freeze-dried ice cream for the long swim home

  • Jmichael Isbell
    Jmichael Isbell 3 years ago

    All good stuff, but remember something else about that anchor--even if you are not in shallow water, if you loose power, tossing out the anchor NOW can keep your bow into the swell, in seconds, you can go broadside to the waves--and lights out. A "sea anchor" can be rigged and ready--which works in deep water even better than a standard anchor--just a bucket and rope--that alone beats nothing. The other key: be ready--after you lose the motor is no time to start rigging things up, they should always be ready so you can deploy them in SECONDS, not minutes.

  • Retroh TV
    Retroh TV 4 years ago

    just go full speed into the waves and ramp off them. Who needs safety.

  • Dragon Steel
    Dragon Steel 4 years ago

    Bilge pump on, crashin through the water while hooting, hollering, and getting soaked. My boat likes to scoop water up at a low speed and throw it all over you.

  • nyccaptain
    nyccaptain 4 years ago

    So True ...the best thing is to wear your life jacket.

  • DesertDog1178
    DesertDog1178 5 years ago

    This is an amazing video that needs to be shared with everyone.

  • haz3t
    haz3t 5 years ago

    I have no idea how I got here, but I always wear a PFD when boating and won't let anybody on my boat without one.

  • wcresponder
    wcresponder 6 years ago

    It's only difficult to put on a lifejacket in the water if you don't practice....wait boaters actually practicing safety drills hahahahahaha that is a good one.

  • wcresponder
    wcresponder 6 years ago

    You wanna make sure they wear it?... increase enforcement personel and levy fines similar to motor vehicle act. You gotta wear a seat belt, same should be for the PFD/lifejacket.

  • etillema
    etillema 6 years ago

    Thanks for the video. Lots of good tips.