The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is putting on a free boating safety course for 2014 and it’s at Northeast State Community College.
With springtime finally here and summer right around the corner, it’s a great chance to get out and enjoy some of your favorite water-sports. But as with all things we have to remember to be careful. Here are five tips to stay safe while enjoying your self out on the water.
For those that truly love boating and the outdoors, Fall is one of the best seasons to be out on the lake. There are some safety considerations though you should take into account on our Tennessee lakes.
As a marina owner, I am often asked for family boating tips. One question I get (and wish I was asked even more often) is “Can I swim at the marina?” The answer is a definite no.
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We’ve compiled the resources you’ll need to pass the boating test with flying colors (geeky argyle, preferably). While the rules and laws do vary from state to state, you can ace a boat exam like a Harvard nerd with a little prep work.
If you want information about a Tennessee boating license, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s the nuts and bolts of getting at TN boating license . . .
Recreational boating is an extremely fun sport. It is not, however, a sport that people should immediately jump into without help. Mistakes can result in injury or property damage. With proper boat training, though, these risks can be minimized and the sport can be enjoyed safely.
Getting the boat out on the water is the easy part. Now that it’s time to come back into the dock, a lot of folks get nervous if they don’t have a lot of experience docking a boat into a slip.