RULES OF THE WATER:
Always travel to the right side (counter clock wise)
Head On: When meeting head on, both boats should alter their course to the right.
Crossing: When crossing the boat to the right has the right of way. Keep out of the way so the boat on the right can cross.
Passing: When passing slower moving vessels, signal one short blast (with horn) to let them know you are passing on the right or two short blast to pass on the left.
! ! ! DO NOT RIDE AT NIGHT ! ! !
1. State law requires that all children 11 years or younger wear their life jackets while the boat is under way. No Exceptions!
2. The elderly, and nonswimers should always wear their life jackets while the boat is under way.
3. Each passanger on board should know where the life jackets are located and should make sure device fits properly. It is a good idea to hold a practice emergency drill.
4. Operate the boat defensively. Speeding is Dangerous observe the speed limits in restricted areas and you should not exceed 40 MPH.
. Always maintain a safe speed
. Keep a safe distance between people, objects and other boats including jet skies.
. DO NOT follow directly behind other boats or jet skies.
. Do not go near others to spray or splash them with water.
. Avoid sharp turns at all times.
. Scan Constantly for people in the water, objects and other watercraft.
. Be alert for conditions that limit your visibility or block your vision of others.
5. When towing someone... Pay attention to ensure safety in the surrounding areas and do not ride dangerously.
. DO NOT exceed 15 MPH when towing children on inflatables
. 25 MPH for others. Always have a third person keep watch on riders and ready to raise orange flag and to alert driver when they fall in water.
6. Always turn off engine when someone is swimming and keep away from propellers.
7. Do Not apply the throtle when someone is standing or swimming towards the rear of the boat.
8. Keep Out of Swimming Areas.
9. Stay Out of Prohibited Areas.
10. ! ! ! DO NOT RIDE AT NIGHT ! ! !