In order to keep things safe on the water over the upcoming Columbus Day holiday weekend, Biscayne National Park has partnered up with a number of agencies to crackdown on boaters who pose a risk to themselves or others.
The Columbus Day weekend is fast approaching and officials want to remind boaters to call and plan ahead to avoid any disappointment.
In order to keep things safe on the water over the upcoming Columbus Day holiday weekend, Biscayne National Park has partnered up with a number of agencies to crackdown on boaters posing a risk to themselves or others.
Salvage crews spent Tuesday attempting to raise a 45 foot catamaran sunk in Biscayne Bay. The boat owner is still trying to figure out what happened Sunday afternoon, when 30 passengers had to make a swim for it. Thankfully nearby boaters came to their rescue.
The government shutdown couldn’t stop the party on the waters of Biscayne National Park.
The Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s two fire boats and their team of eight will not be part of the multi-agency task for patrolling Miami-Dade’s water’s October 12 and 13.
State officials said they will no use state money to reopen national parks in the Sunshine State.
Biscayne National Park may be closed due to the government shutdown, but law enforcement will allow the annual Columbus Day tie-up and party to go on in the waters of Biscayne National Park.
It’s the ultimate giveaway that combines the magic of childhood summer camp with interactive workshops.
Monday is Columbus Day. While most of us have to go to work or school, there will be some businesses and government agencies which will not be open.