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Visual distress signals are very important to any boater. It could be the one thing that saves your life when you're in a critical situation. Did you know that the U.S. Coast Guard requires vessels over 16 feet length overall with mechanical power to carry readily accessible, serviceable visual distress signals (VDS) on board for both daytime and nighttime uses? Visual distress signals include pyrotechnic and non-pyrotechnic devices such as flags, flares and lights. If you aren't sure about which signal to use in a certain situation, just continue reading below!
The Coast Guard is currently working with the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services to develop better battery-operated electronic visual distress signal devices (eVDSDs). The goal is to enhance operation times and increase user safety. If you would like to read more articles on boating tips, click here. Thank you for reading and have a wonderful day!
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Corrosion is never a good thing. You especially wouldn't want to see it on your boat. Your oil pan has a high risk of getting corrosion. However, with these five tips below, you'll be even more protected from the aftermath of corrosion. 1. Che... READ MORE