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10/31/2020
If you want to have smooth on your boat, you need to be prepared to deal with emergency situations. To learn what safety equipment you should have onboard to that end, read this post by Superior Synthetics LLC in Winston-Salem.

When you're on a boat, you're only thinking about having a nice time, living an adventure, and being at peace out on the water. However, this doesn't mean that there can't be any emergency on the boat. Boats aren't exempt from accidents or dangerous situations and since you're out there without much help, it's up to you to deal with the situation. For that reason, being prepared on the boat is crucial. And one way to do just that is to have certain safety equipment with you as you hit the waves. To learn what that equipment should be, continue reading the post below.

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Safety Equipment Your Boat Should Have

Life Jackets and Throw Rings

You're going to be navigating in the middle of a large body of water so, needless to say, floatation devices are a must. These should be in mint condition, and you should make sure that every one of your passengers wears their life jacket at all times, in case an accident takes place.

Flares, Bells, and Whistles

There will be times in which the emergency situation you're in will require some outside help. To let other marine vessels nearby know that you need them, you should have distress signals on the boat, such as flares, bells, and whistles, to make sure they notice you out on the water.

Anchor and Paddles

Anchors are meant to stop you in one spot and paddles are supposed to help you keep going. Make sure that the anchor you have is big and long enough to get to the ocean floor. As for the paddles, it's likely you'll only need them in smaller vessels with malfunctioning primary propulsion.

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Fire Extinguishers

Yes, there's a lot of water around you, but fires can still break out on your boat. That's why you must have fire extinguishers on board. These should be full and in good condition, so they can be used effectively. You should also take some time to learn how to use them properly.

Medicine and Medical Equipment

You never know if and when someone will get sick or get injured on your boat. For that reason, you should also have a fully equipped first aid kit that has medicine and medical equipment on the boat. Check that the kit is complete and ready to be used in case something happens.

Navigation Tools

Unless you know how to read the stars and the sky is clear, you will need navigation tools to find your way through the unending body of water. Nowadays, there are electronic navigation devices that can help. But you can also use a map and a compass to keep yourself from getting lost.

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 Potable Water and Non-Perishable Food

Nobody would ever want to get stranded out on the water, but it is a possibility. To keep yourself and your passengers safe while the problem is fixed, then having enough potable water and non-perishable food on the vessel is imperative. If possible, keep a few days worth of it.

Communication Devices

And if you were to be stranded out on the water, or you needed assistance for some reason, having a communication device onboard could be a literal lifesaver. Be sure that you have a working marine radio just in case you need to call out for help to solve whatever situation you're in.

Miscellaneous Items

Lastly, it's a good idea to keep around a few miscellaneous items that could be of great help in some situations. For instance, a flashlight, a lighter, hand sanitizer, scissors, aloe vera, blankets, towels, and a change of clothes. They can be a game-changer, so don't leave them behind.

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