Mandatory and optional boating equipment

The US Coast Guard lists the basic minimum equipment that needs to be carried on board when you go out on the boat. The first of these are personal flotation devices. These can be approved type I, II, III or IV. There is a need for type I, II or II per person and one extra type IV that is a device that can be thrown. A bell or a whistle is mandatory for all vessels that are less than 20 meters l...

 

Family recreation boats

There are various kinds of family boats. These are boats that can be used by the entire family in order to have a great day on the water. The bowrider, for example, is one of the most popular spotboat that has extra seats for the times you invite family friends over. There are generally swim platforms at the rear end of the boat that are convenient for swimming or for the times when you want to...

 

Fishing boats

There are various kinds of fishing boats that you can choose to buy. There are all purpose fishing boats, aluminum fishing boats and special bass boats. The all-purpose fishing boats are obviously created in order to allow all the flexibility that is required to ensure that you can use it for all kinds of fishing. These boats can be used in freshwater and salt water fishing. They are easy to nav...

 

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