It’s that time of year when you have dragged the boat out of the garage or pulled the cover off after a long winters nap, and you are cleaning the boat and waxing up the hull for a new fun boating season. I’m sure you have all done your full spring inspection as well.
Together we can improve the Accident Statistics this year by merely being a better SPECTATOR.
75% of all Boating Accidents happen because of Human Error and due to operator inattention, poor decisions, or poor operating skills.To know about sydney boat certificate you can visit http://maritimetrainingschool.com.au/.
How can we improve this: Get your Boating license and listen to your provider? They are specialists in Boating Safety and Boating Skills. “Any time you are going to turn to Port, turn to Starboard, throttle up, and throttle down, do a 360 degree check” This should be exclusive into your navigation skill set.
15% of all Boating Accidents are caused by the Environment which most likely could have been prevented if the operator had not ignored the warning signals.
How can we improve this: I know what my students are saying loudly “Check your Charts?” Know the area well. Always check the weather before you go out. Do not just zip by those Informational White and Orange Buoys. Read, Comprehend, and Heed the information/instructions conveyed to you as an operator.
10% of all Boating Accidents are caused by Gear Failure. Almost all of these accidents could have been prevented if proper maintenance and defect detection had taken place.