Hundreds and thousands of people every year directly or indirectly are involved in boating accidents every year. U.S. Coast Guard only 5 to 10 percent of non-fatal boating accidents are reported. Recreational boaters need to be educated that any boating accident that involves a fatality injuries requiring medical treatment beyond first aid or property damage over $500 must be reported to the nearest state boating authority.
With approximately 12000000 recreational vessels registered nationwide and with that number continually increasing it is imperative that boaters obtain and use boating safety information to help curb the number of boating accidents and fatalities.
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