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🌱 Huntington Daily: HH capacity update + 5 open days

Happy Thursday, Huntington’s people! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening locally today. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: A little sun, then clouds. High: 38 low: 31. Here are the top 3 stories from today in Huntington: How close are Huntington area hospitals to …

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Wildwood to Host the Fishing & Boating Expo This Weekend | Arts and Entertainment News

RYAN LOUGHLIN Here’s something that should float your boat: The Fishing & Boating exhibit will return to the Oceanfront Arena at the Wildwoods Convention Center on Saturday and Sunday, January 8 and 9. This year’s event has grown to over 35,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space with displays showcasing …

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Improvements to Cave and Comins lakes continue | Outside

NDOW RENO – The Nevada Department of Wildlife, along with Ely’s volunteers, spent much of 2021 improving lake access and boating at Comins Lake. Upgrades include a concrete boat launch and sled dock; shade structures, picnic tables and bins; a newly leveled gravel road and parking for cars, trucks and …

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Jerry Desmond obituary (23/5/1958 – 24/12 // 2021) – Pawcatuck, CT

Pawcatuck – Jerry M. Desmond of Pawcatuck, 63, beloved husband of Jacquelyn (Gauvin) Desmond, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on Friday, December 24, 2021 at Westerly Hospital. A battle he faced with his exuberant and contagious optimism and his spirit of initiative that he gave everything in …

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Coast Guard Honors Van Burnen Sheriff’s Maritime Patrol | News

PAW PAW – The Van Buren Sheriff’s Department was recognized this month for its maritime patrol, which was honored for helping keep boaters safe during the hectic summer boating season of 2021. In July, the Sheriff’s Department Marine Unit joined the US Coast Guard’s Operation Dry Water boating safety campaign …

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Obituary of David Bromm (1956 – 2021) – Roanoke, Virginia

David Hildreth Bromm November 12, 1956 – December 16, 2021 David H. Bromm, 65, died unexpectedly on Thursday, December 16, 2021 at his home in Roanoke, Virginia. He was the son of Frederick Thornton Bromm and Anne Cassell Bromm. David was born and raised in Roanoke and attended public schools. …

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Rockland’s nautical youth group receives early holiday giveaway from the Big Apple – Knox County Village

A Rockland-based organization that teaches maritime skills to young people got a new boat thanks to Manhattan boat builders. The gift boat, a Whitehall Gig, is a model of the traditional 19th-century four-row boat used to transport ship captains from their moorings to shore, according to an account in a …

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Herbicides considered to control invasive aquatic plants in Tahoe Keys

Desperate to control aquatic invasive species in a busy Lake Tahoe waterway, two regulators are considering allowing the use of aquatic herbicides in the Tahoe Basin, a treatment method that was heretofore banned. The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Board of Directors and the Lahontan Region Water Quality Control Board will …

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December 21 Community News | Local news

The light at the refuge will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. today through Thursday at 1380 Lower Field Road, Ayden. The event includes a live nativity scene and other exhibits to highlight the biblical Christmas message. There is no admission fee, but donations are accepted. Visit ncrefuge.org or …

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Northern New Hampshire Forest Receives $ 500,000 Preservation Grant

Forest in northern New Hampshire receives $ 500,000 preservation grant. The New Hampshire Forest Protection Society works to permanently protect the 2,717 acres of the Shelburne Valley Forest. It stretches from the shore of the Androscoggin River to the ridge line of the Mahousuc Range. The company and the Conservation …

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Obituary of Jerome (Jerry) Anthony Solano

Jérôme (Jerry) Anthony Solano Jerome (Jerry) Anthony Solano, 74, passed away on December 9, 2021, surrounded by his beloved wife and children. He was born in Ault, Colorado, to Fred and Lillian Solano and raised by his grandmother, Mollie Trujillo. At the age of 10, he was welcomed into the …

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Eden Welcomes Marine Rescue NSW’s First Rescue Vessel To Boost Boating Safety | Bega District News

news, latest news, An NSW marine rescue boat is due to operate out of Eden for the first time after the state government announced an expansion of the emergency service. Marine Rescue Eden took delivery of the vessel on Thursday, December 16, in an effort to protect boaters at the …

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BoatUS offers a free online boating safety course

The non-profit BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water can help boat builders, dealers and marinas operators improve the customer experience and make boating safer for everyone. A leader in boating safety for over 40 years, the Foundation offers a free online boating safety education course at BoatUS.org/Free. Thirty-five …

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You will find fishing and hunting opportunities in the Oswego County Guide

Oswego County fishing and hunting opportunities are outlined in the recently released Oswego County Fishing and Hunting Guide 2021-2022, which has been published both online and in print. The 67-page guide includes a detailed overview of the fishing opportunities in eastern Lake Ontario, Lake Oneida, the Oswego and Salmon rivers …

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Boating in Antupokhari after two years

Boating in Antupokhari after two years A tea garden dotted with attractive cottages at Shree Anti Hill in the Ilam District. (Photo: Gajendra Basnet) MANGALBARE: The boating service has resumed its activities at Lake Sriantu in the municipality of Suryodaya. Boating had been suspended for two years due to the …

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boot Dusseldorf is getting ready for the 2022 trade fair

Zur boot 2017 werden sich mehr als 1.800 Aussteller aus 70 Ländern auf 220.000 Quadratmetern präsentieren. Alle 17 Messehallen sind belegt und bieten ein komplettes Abbild des Weltmarktes für den Wassersport. Michelidakis: “Die ausstellenden Unternehmen richten ihre Messebudgets speziell auf Düsseldorf aus, um sich bei uns in voller Pracht präsentieren …

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Moose Lodge Riders donates to Sheriffs Summer Camp

December 7, 2021 at 6:19 pm | Update: 21:36 Got a newsroom tip, a press release, a listing of local events, or digital content to share? Send it here. Support our mission by visiting patreon.com/fl1 and becoming a monthly subscriber. Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts and Yates County Sheriff Ron …

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Parks Council considers long-term management of watercraft on Lady Bird Lake

Monday December 6, 2021 by Amy Smith Concession operations at Town Lake Metropolitan Park, which includes recreation sites along Lady Bird Lake and Zilker Park, provided approximately $ 750,000 in revenue to the city’s general fund in 2021. In large part, this is due to the increase in Austin’s population …

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Oswego County Fishing Hunting Guide Now Available – Oswego County Today

File photo October 2021: Angler Josh Vancena and guide Nick Zebrowski enjoy a day on the river and the camaraderie of like-minded outdoor enthusiasts. Photo by Michael Johnson for Oswego County today. OSWEGO COUNTY – Oswego County’s world-class fishing and hunting opportunities are featured in the recently released Oswego County …

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Obituary of Christopher Peter Carson – The Petoskey News-Review

Christopher Peter Carson, 84, of Charlevoix, died at his home on November 18, 2021. Chris was born on May 19, 1937 in Detroit, Michigan. He served in the Navy from 1955 to 1959 as an airborne radio operator for the 1116th Air Transport Wing. After the service he met his …

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Take luxury to the next level

Now under construction with occupancy slated for Spring 2023, Grandview’s 58 residences will exemplify new heights in extraordinary luxury, offering beautiful views from dawn to dusk. Construction is well advanced for the bold view of London Bay at Grandview at Bay Beach – Estero Island’s newest 11 story tower, within …

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Nevada game wardens investigate poaching and enforce boating laws

Being a game ranger in Nevada is a lonely job, but Sean Flynn is used to being alone. In the fall and winter, Flynn drives for hours in rural Nevada investigating poaching, with only audiobooks to keep him company. Sometimes he camps alone on weekends near remote hunting grounds to …

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Black Friday sailing deals for cruisers: 11 of the best

There are many Black Friday sailing deals for boaters on the market this year. We have selected some of the most useful products for sailors on the market this year There are a lot of offers on sailing specific clothing and sailing kits on the market this year for Black …

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Crews mark limits of Army Corps of Engineers lakeside areas

CLARKS HILL LAKE, Ga. (WRDW / WAGT) – This fall and winter, workers are marking trees along a 50-mile limit at the Corps Strom Thurmond Project. The trees are marked with a 4 inch painted strip halfway around the trunk. In some areas, the size of the mark is reduced …

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Boating Rendezvous-Sydney: a celebration of boats

As the second edition of the Boating Rendezvous – Sydney came to a successful conclusion on November 14, we were overwhelmed by the enthusiasm of sailing enthusiasts and boaters in Australia. Over 150 visitors attended the three-day event which took place in vibrant Darling Harbor. Boating Rendezvous-Sydney 2021. Pic – …

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Transport Canada bans non-essential boat traffic in flooded areas of British Columbia

UPDATE, 3 p.m. PT – Transport Canada confirmed in a statement to CBC News that as of Friday afternoon, non-essential marine traffic is prohibited in certain flooded areas of British Columbia. A spokesperson said restrictions had been imposed to “keep boaters safe and areas clear for emergency response.” The federal …

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Brahma Sarovar boating plan draws criticism: The Tribune India

Tribune press service Kurukshetra, November 17 The proposal to start boating in Brahma Sarovar by the Kurukshetra Development Board (KDB) was not well received, with Shri Brahmin Evam Tirthodhar Sabha threatening to protest if boating is introduced at the religious site. Promote it as a religious destination We have learned …

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Boatzon Announces Strategic Partnership with Trident Funding for Advanced Marine Financial Services

HALLANDALE BEACH, Florida – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Boatzon, the leading 100% online retailer of boats and boats, today announces a partnership with Trident Funding, one of the largest creators of loans for boats, RVs and aircraft. Through this partnership and technological integration, Boatzon customers have access to the best financing …

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Troy Colby (December 4, 1962 – October 30, 2021)

Troy Colby, 58, died on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at Sweetwater County Memorial Hospital in Rock Springs, Wyoming. He died after a long illness. Mr. Colby was a resident of Rock Springs, Wyoming for thirty years and a former resident of Gretna, Nebraska. He was born December 4, 1962 in …

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Key West-Style Beach House Offers Stunning Gulf Views

PINELLAS BEACHES, FL – Enjoy beach walks, sunsets over Boca Ciega Bay, and unobstructed deep water access to the Gulf of Mexico year-round at this Key West-style beach house. Custom built in 2004 with an elevator and featuring four bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a four car garage, office and media room, …

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Mount Dora Nautical Center and Marina Launch New Website | New

MONT DORA, Florida, November 3, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Joe lewis, Managing Director of Mount Dora Boating Center and Marina, announced the launch of the company’s new website, mtdoraboats.com, which he says has been designed to help position the company as a premier resource for boating in the center …

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Coast guard and police search for missing boater

Update 6 p.m .: Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials have found the body of a missing boater. The search took place off Wassaw Island, where a boat capsized Monday afternoon. An MNR official told WJCL the boater was Charles Dixon, 73 from Eden. The coroner’s office will perform an …

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Boating Rendezvous-Sydney is back –

As Sydney comes to life in October, we are grateful for the opportunity to launch the second edition of Boating Rendezvous-Sydney in Australia. It is scheduled to take place November 12-14 at Cockle Bay Marina, Darling Harbor, a private boating festival for sea lovers and avid boaters. Boating Rendezvous-Sydney is …

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Called back by the tide

I had only sailed twice before coming to Provincetown. I’ve always enjoyed paddling – I rowed in Central Park as a kid and over time became a seasoned canoeist – but never learned to swim well. For me, being on any boat was my constant awareness of the cold threat …

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How much does a boat engine cost?

When talking about the cost of installing a boat, one of the things that makes up the bulk of that cost would be the boat’s engine. But how much does a boat engine cost exactly? The prices vary enormously depending on many factors that it becomes difficult to establish a …

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Trent-Severn Waterway traffic up 11% year over year

The Trent-Severn Waterway has seen 118,772 ships pass through its 386-kilometer canal this season – an 11% increase from the shortened navigation season of 2020, according to Parks Canada. The Trent-Severn Waterway, which connects Trenton on Lake Ontario to Port Severn on Georgian Bay, welcomed a total of 106,357 vessels …

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Manukau boating tragedy: police release names of three dead

Emergency services at the scene of a nautical tragedy in Manukau on Sunday where three people died. Photo / Hayden Woodward Police released the names of the three people who died after a shipping incident in Manukau port. They were Niveth Boutsady, 70, Mongkhon Wongmongkhon, 61, and Udom Roopsom, 54. …

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Girl drowns after life jacket traps her in capsized boat

It was the rare occasion that a life jacket wasn’t going to save your life, according to an investigation. A British teenager drowned in a horrific boating incident, in which her automatic life jacket prevented her from escaping from a capsized pleasure boat. The abnormal incident happened on May 25, …

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Crash kills woman, boating incident kills, bear hit by SUV

Here is a summary of recent incidents at Ventura County agencies: A pedestrian hit, killed in an accident MOORPARK – A vehicle-to-pedestrian crash killed a 22-year-old Moorpark woman on Tuesday night, according to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office. The accident was reported at around 9:13 p.m. in the 700 block …

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Free virtual boating seminar offered to the nautical public

America’s Boating Club Press Release: 12 October 2021 AMERICAS BOATING CLUB of GREAT SOUTH BAY POWER SQUADRON is proud to offer the public the virtual nautical seminar – “Introduction to Navigation Seminar”, on Tuesday, December 14, 2021, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Learn hands-on techniques for planning, navigating, and …

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Carefree Boat Club of Central Florida Celebrates Fourth Location

Marina de Tavares – Nautical Club New location of the nautical club at Tavares Marina TAVARES, Florida, United States, October 11, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Carefree Boat Club of Central Florida, a company dedicated to creating the opportunity to ‘sail without owning’, has announced the opening of its fourth location in …

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A flotilla of drunken boaters

Kootenai County Navy MPs cracked down on intoxicated boaters and their efforts garnered nationwide praise. Each weekend of July 4, the National Association of Safe Boating Law Administrators launches “Operation Dry Water” – a three-day enforcement against boaters operating under the influence. This year, Kootenai County and 7,500 law enforcement …

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Ivan Cross receives 2021 NMRA Old Pro Award

Ivan Cross of The Merifield Company is the 2021 recipient of the National Marine Representatives Association (NMRA) Old Pro Award. The presentation to Cross was made by NMRA President Scott Kolodny at the NMRA Annual Membership Meeting at IBEX last week. The NMRA Old Pro Award annually recognizes a member …

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Deadline for security awards is approaching

The Sea Tow Foundation Boating Safety Advisory Board will be accepting nominations for its National Boating Industry Safety Awards until midnight October 8. Now in their third year, the awards include 10 categories that recognize safety programs and campaigns in the for-profit segment of the marine industry. “We appreciate all …

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Focus on life jackets for a week of safe boating

As the weather warms and boats come out of their winter hibernation, the Department of Transportation emphasizes the importance of wearing a life jacket while on the water, as part of National Safe Boating Week . A recent survey showed that usage has increased over the past two years, from …

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Locals Respond to Return of Charleston Sternwheel Regatta

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – On the last night of Live on the Levee another celebration began, with Mayor Amy Goodwin announcing the return of the Charleston Sternwheel Regatta. After a 12-year hiatus, the nautical event will return in 2022. Those who have attended a regatta in Charleston say they have …

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Launch of National Safe Boating Week 2021

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is pleased to partner with the Australian New Zealand Safe Education Boating Group (ANZSBEG) on this important initiative. National Safe Boating Week takes place from 2sd to 8e October and is an opportunity for governments, industry leaders, and casual and professional sailors to highlight …

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Navigation ramp discussion continues with Washakie County Commissioners

WORLD – Recently, Washakie County Commissioners met on September 21 with organizations regarding Washakie County boat access for the Bighorn River Blueway Trail proposal. Organizations represented would include the Bureau of Land Management. This would include the new land that the Commissioners recently discovered they owned on Tiedown Road / …

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House panel examines the Governor’s 85 boat trips | New

The House Committee on Judicial and Government Operations on Wednesday asked Department of Public Safety’s Deputy Chief of Police for Boating Safety Kelvin Aldan regarding Governor Ralph DLG Torres’ 85 boat trips using DPS ships – some of which have been funded by federal grants. Aldan, who has worked for …

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Sea Tow Foundation receives CG grants

The Sea Tow Foundation said in a statement that it has received two new Coast Guard grants for 2021-2022 and will maintain a multi-year grant. The grants, totaling $ 435,000, are administered by the Coast Guard through the Sport Fish Restoration and Recreational Boating Trust Fund and will be used …

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Attendance at the Newport International Boat Show 2021 up 10%

Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport International Boat Show, that even with travel restrictions and supply chain disruptions still affecting exhibitors, 50th anniversary attendance has increased. The four-day event, held along the waterfront of downtown Newport, Rhode Island, opened on Thursday, September 16 and continued through Sunday, …

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Boating Safety Course Begins October 7 at Libertyville High School

America’s Boating Course is a boating safety course designed for boaters using all types of watercraft. This is a NASBLA approved course that meets state certification requirements. Material covered includes vessel terminology, required vessel equipment, vessel rules and regulations, vessel handling, navigation rules, navigation aids, emergency conditions, maritime communications, water …

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Boating, camping, fishing – it’s all in this fund

Grants between $ 3,500 and $ 200,000 are now open for applications for new or improved boat launching ramps, fishing platforms, fish cleaning stations, camping facilities, boulders sanitary facilities and sea rescue facilities. Primary Industries and Regional Development Minister David Basham said the recreational fishing and camping facilities program is …

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Tips for safe sailing in cold water

Fall and winter provide some of the best fishing and hunting opportunities, especially for waterfowl. The problem is, falling overboard could end your life. A simple fall overboard is the # 1 boating accident that kills boaters the most, especially in cold water. While some of these accidents involved other …

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Simmonds’ bill to fight alcohol consumption and boating

Invercargill MP Penny Simmonds is drafting legislation to promote legislation that prohibits people from operating pleasure craft while intoxicated. His announcement today comes after the publication yesterday of a coroner’s report into the death of Southland man Shane David Gibbon. Mr Gibbons was a passenger on a boat driven by …

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Game-Changing Departures-Focused Boating App –

Marine technology company savvy navvy has released an innovative new departure planning feature, one of the first to hit the market, which gives boaters the best time to depart based on route, wind and tide conditions . The latest feature from UK-based savvy navvy, means its 190,000 global users of …

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Recreational Boat Market by Boat Type, Size, Engine

Dublin, September 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “pleasure craft market by type of boat (sailboats, personal watercraft, tires), size ( 50 feet), engine placement (outboard, inboard), engine (ICE, Electric), Material (Aluminum, Fiberglass), Activity Type, Power Source & Region – Global Forecast to 2027 “report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com …

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Here’s what to do if you’re in a boating accident

Suppose you have been involved in a boating accident; what should you do The correct answer to this question is essential for many reasons. Indeed, knowing exactly what to do in such an emergency means that you will not be stressed out, and it can be very helpful in many …

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New rules coming soon for travel to the Sister Islands and boating

Mandatory COVID-19 tests for unvaccinated travelers leaving Grand Cayman for the sister islands and strict navigation restrictions are just a few of the new COVID-19 regulations implemented this week. On Friday, September 17, the PACT government released the COVID-19 (Travel and Boating) Prevention, Control and Suppression Regulations, 2021, which will …

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Georgia couple completes 6,000-mile boat trip

Brian Chopin and Karen Silverhorn, residents of Gainesville, Ga., Who recently completed the 6,000-plus mile long loop on their 25-foot boat “Tug Life” pose for a photo on September 9, 2021. Chopin and Silurezorn have first set sail in October of 2020 to complete America’s long Great Loop boat trip …

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couple from Georgia completes 6,000-mile boat trip | State

GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) – After 159 days, a Gainesville couple completed a boat trip that took them through 20 states and over 6,200 miles across the eastern United States. Brian Chopin and Karen Silinsiorn first set sail in October 2020 to complete the long boat trip of the Great American …

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Pinellas MPs save waterlogged boater in Gulf of Mexico

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – A helicopter from the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office captured a spectacular water rescue on camera, as deputies in the air, on land and on the water worked to save the boater in difficulty. The incident happened shortly before 3 p.m. on September 15. Investigators say …

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The size of the global recreational craft market is expected to grow from $ 16.4 billion in 2021 to $ 23.6 billion by 2027, with a CAGR of 6.2%.

Factors such as the growth of the tourism industry and the increase in the disposable income levels of the people will drive the market. Developments in autonomous marine technology will further increase the demand for recreational boating, increasing the demand for less skilled boaters. New York, September 15, 2021 (GLOBE …

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