Police are investigating the death of a Miami man who was on a boating trip in Key Largo.
It’s Labor Day weekend and the weather forecast looks pretty nice so that means plenty of South Floridians will be jumping on their boats this weekend which is why the U.S. Coast Guard is urging boaters to be careful on the water.
Boating under the influence, BUI, is a serious issue and continues to be a major problem across the nation. In an effort to raise awareness and crackdown on BUIs, local and nationwide officials will launch Operation Dry Water from June 28-30th.
Boaters in Miami snag the catch of the day, go deep sea diving and bask in the sun on relaxing trips throughout the bay. Enjoy Miami’s fantastic coast, landmarks and wildlife on a sea-based tour, or just head out on a tip to explore in a boat all your own. These are the best bets for a sun-soaked day in the water this summer.
The Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the start of summer and that means thousands of boaters will spend their holiday weekend on the water. That’s why a group of safety officials are urging you to take care of yourself and your family on the seas.
These safety tips, compiled by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, are a good reminder for everyone that with fun comes responsibility. Keep these suggestions with you as you roll into summer fun!
The Coast Guard would like to encourage boaters to enjoy their Columbus Day weekend on the water safely. Use these tips to stay safe this weekend.
Got a great story about the big one that didn’t get away? The state’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wants to hear from you.
Year round sunshine and mild weather makes South Florida a boater’s paradise. But it’s not all smooth sailing. Last year, 67 people died and 431 people were injured in boating accidents.
The weather is clearing up just in time for Memorial Day weekend. Many people will be hitting the roads and water to enjoy the holiday weekend but authorities want you to remember to put safety first.