National Safe Boating Week | May 20-26, 2023
Summer is almost here and many boaters can’t wait to get out on the water, but it's important for boaters to enjoy their time out on the water in a safe manner. Celebrate National Safe Boating Week by participating in a free MarineMax boaters safety course to keep your safety skills up to par. These classes are for boaters of all levels of experience and ages. Share with your friends and family, and RSVP for your class today to commit to a fun and safe boating season.
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Boating Tips LIVE
Alan Carter, The Wandering Hillbilly, is back and ready to take your questions! The Wandering Hillbilly channel on YouTube captures fun traveling experiences with family and friends and provides newbies with information if they want similar experiences. Alan is also the Director of the singing reality competition television series The Voice!
Tune in to Boating Tips LIVE with Alan, Keith, and Nick to learn more about MarineMax Vacations, chartering in the British Virgin Islands, and troubleshooting along the way. We go LIVE at 3:00 pm ET to take your questions and chat about your favorite outdoor activity… boating!
Boating Tips Live
In this episode, Captain Keith and Nick show how to safely and effectively use your boat flare kit.
Brush Up on Boat Safety
Classes and SeminarsMarineMax offers a variety of classes to keep you safe on the water. From navigation classes to Women on Water® to classes just for kids, we have you covered! In our classes you'll learn to tie proper lines, dock the boat safely, boat operation and handling, rules of the water, and so much more.
Tips and Tricks Every Boater Should Know
Owning and operating a boat is an enjoyable and highly-rewarding experience, both for the novice and the seasoned boater. To make sure you enjoy a smooth time on the water, here are some things you will want to remember to check before you go.
Pet SafetyAs with any day out on the water, safety is the primary concern. This goes for your pets, too! We want to make sure that everyone, even those with four legs, have a fun and safe day on the boat.