Being stopped by the Harbor Patrol is one of those things very few people look forward to. To help avoid unwanted attention from the Seattle Harbor Patrol, they have produced a booklet covering Seattle area Regulations & Information for local … Continue reading →
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If only we hadn’t seen the sign in a Culebra grocery store; It informed us that check-in was required, even for US registered vessels already checked in through the US Virgin Islands (USVI). That was news to us, as the customs agent in St. Thomas USVI told us we were already checked through Puerto Rico, we just needed to check out upon exiting there.
Though air temperatures around the Northwest are unseasonably warm this weekend, the Coast Guard is warning boaters that local waters are still dangerously cold. The 13th Coast Guard District is reminding boaters and paddlesport enthusiasts to take proper precautions. While air temperatures were expected to soar into the 80s on Sunday, water temperatures remain in [...]
Win a Lifesling by practicing two MOB drills Boating safety is a concern to all sailors and in an effort to promote safety; the PTSA is encouraging the entire fleet to practice man-over-board drills. During the spring and summer race series all boats which complete the man-over-board drills and watch the LIFESLING video will be [...]