Categories for Yacht Safety

How to Prepare Your Boat for a Hurricane

September 18, 2019

While hurricane season may run from the beginning of June through the end of November, the majority of tropical storms hit Florida between mid-August and late October, which means we are in the midst of the peak time for hurricanes. If you own a boat in Florida, here’s what you... View Article

Protect Your Yacht from Hurricane Season Damage with Insurance

October 24, 2018

As someone living in Florida, you are well aware that this part of the country is one of the most affected by natural disasters over the course of the year. Tropical cyclones, also called hurricanes, are intense storms categorized by strong winds, torrential rains and floods. Hurricanes can be absolutely... View Article

Yachting Safety Tips: Packing an Emergency Grab Bag

May 16, 2016

No yacht owner wants to ever consider the prospect of leaving their boat behind, abandoning it in the event of an emergency—and thankfully, most boat owners will never have to experience this. But, as the old adage goes, “it’s better to be safe than sorry.” To this end, having an... View Article

Yachting Safety Tips: Proper Life Vest Safety Protocols

May 2, 2016

One of the very first things we’re taught when learning about swimming, boating or other water activities, is how to identify and use life vests. Life vests are your primary safety tool in the event you find yourself overboard and in the water and it doesn’t matter how good a... View Article

The Most Enjoyable Snacks to Bring Out on the Water

April 15, 2016

If you’re planning on hitting the water and boating for a day, it’s important to always consider the essentials: like what you should be bringing for food and drink! In the excitement of getting ready for a day spent sailing, it’s easy to overlook eating and drinking—most people just throw... View Article

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