These resources will teach you safe boating and personal watercraft practices, as well as how to protect Canada's aquatic environment.
Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs) Proper Care of Your Personal Flotation Device Choosing a Wet Suit What to Do in an Emergency Operator Competency Facts on Personal Watercrafts Ten Tips for Personal Watercraft Riders Before Setting out: General Information and Checklist Before Setting out: Hazards and Weather Boating and Alcohol Your Personal Safety
Care and Maintenance of Your Water Vehicle Touch-up and Refinish Paint
Innovation at its Best: Yamaha HPDI Outboards Protecting the Aquatic Environment Top Green Boating Tips
The Canadian Coast Guard and Office of Boating Safety
A resourceful site perfect for any outdoor enthusiast who has an interest in marine safety, marine communications and the protection of the marine environment.
The Canadian Marine Manufacturers Association
With a list of National boat shows and interesting input from members of the CMMA, if you enjoy boating and the marine life then take advantage of this delightful and educational site.
Be prepared! Before you head out the door to work, rest and play with your favorite Yamaha product, check the weather and be ready for the conditions.
Fast paced, fun, energetic, educational, and entertaining. These are just a few words used to describe Dave Mercer's Facts of Fishing.
The Lifesaving Society is a volunteer organization dedicated to preventing water-related injuries through its training programs, and drowning research.
Rope work is an integral part of boating. Mastering these basic knots is not only a good idea but can also make boating more enjoyable.
All operators of powered watercraft used for recreational purposes within Canada now require a Boating License.
As of September 15, 2009 all boaters are now required to have the Pleasure Craft Operator Card in order to operate a powered watercraft. There is no grandfather clause or age exemption – this law applies to all boaters. Powered watercraft includes watercraft fitted with any size motor – even a trolling motor.
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