Boating Safety Fact Sheets
Alcohol consumption on board a boat, not only effects the operator but all passengers. Refresh your knowledge about the dangers of boating under the influence here.
Easy to read explanation of California boating law including equipment, operation, and navigation are all available free, in the ABCs of California Boating.
Cold, swift water can be treacherous for boaters accustomed to hot weather and low or slow water. To avoid injury and death, please click here to learn the Do’s and Don’ts of Cold Water Boating.
Electrical shock drownings can occur when marina electrical systems leak electrical current into the water. Boats can also serve as the source of an electrical leakage. This leakage can cause a shock that can injure, disable, or kill a person in the water in and around marinas.
Questions about life jacket wear and California law are explained here. Learn about life jacket fit and how to choose the right life jacket.