May 29, 2011 6:31 PM | Tagged as Operator Safety
Play by the Rules. Carefully read and understand your operator’s guide and safety handbook as well as all on-product warning labels. Learn and obey all applicable federal, state/provincial and local laws and regulations before operating your boat. Boating isn’t just serious fun, it’s a serious responsibility.
Establish A Long Distance Relationship. When you keep your distance from swimmers, boaters or personal watercraft, you prevent problems.
What’s Your Sign? Obey ALL posted signs, such as: "NO WAKE," "RIGHT OF WAY," "IDLE" and other navigation signs. Steer clear of all restricted areas.
Idle Time is Time Well Spent. Whether you’re heading in or out, always maintain slow speed until you’re in a clear area, away from the shore. Obey all "no wake" areas.
SEA-DOO® Watercraft Safety Checklist
Please keep this safety checklist in your watercraft at all times and share with other that ride your watercraft. It is important that you and others know and understand these rules prior to operating any personal watercraft.
Be aware. Show you care.
We must all do our part to protect our natural resources. Take a moment and learn how to be more environmentally responsible. Here are a few tips;
Wash off your boat after you use it to prevent the spread of exotic plants to other lakes and rivers. Exotics have no natural enemies and spread easily, killing off native species and decreasing important plant animal diversity.
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