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Always wear an engine cutoff device. This safety device shuts off the engine in the case of an emergency and can keep both the boat operator and passengers safe. 

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Grab a friend and spend some time on the water. Don’t forget a life jacket!

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When planning your adventure on the water, be sure you find the proper life jacket to wear for your activity of choice! There are many types of life jackets available to ensure you have a safe and comfortable experience.

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A Boating Checklist is an excellent tool to ensure you are properly prepared for a day on the water. We have a variety of vessel specific checklists on our website. Visit https://www.rentalboatsafety.com/resources to learn more. 

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Even the strongest swimmers can drown. Never underestimate the risks when you’re in, on or near the water. Always wear a life jacket! 

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If you’re looking for a rental location, check out our trusted community of Rental Boat Safety liveries. Visit www.rentalboatsafety.com/community to find a livery near you.

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