A day in the sun, wind and waves can affect your vision, alertness and reaction times.
Your passenger's attention and balance will be affected too! Alcohol is a big factor.
A capsize can happen unexpectedly in small boats. A fall overboard in cold water is very dangerous due to the gasp reflex.
You must provide a lifejacket that fits each size of person properly. When should you insist that they wear it?
Can you ensure their safety?
Are you fully prepared for a sudden emergency situation? Does everyone know exactly what to do?
- What type of activity
- Style, comfort & fit
- New Inflatables
For comfort, peace of mind and excellent performance when you need it most.
The right design, fit and buoyancy makes all the difference.
Check out the new products and choose one for you.
- Small Vessel Regs.
- Safe Boating Guide
New Look and Expanded wearalifejacket.com
Just in time for National Lifejacket Day on May 19, wearalifejacket.com is launching a new look with expanded content and a focus on letting folks know about the wide range of comfortable, cool and stylish lifejackets and PFDs that are now available for every boating activity. read more>
National Lifejacket Day May 19
Red Cross National Lifejacket Day serves to remind us all that a lifejacket or personal flotation device needs to be worn to work. Learn more and a chance to win free life lifejackets for the entire family: http://www.redcross.ca/article.asp?id=18251&tid=001
North American Safe Boating Week May 20-27
Spring is in full swing and the opening of boating season is right around the corner. Boaters are checking out their equipment and making plans for a summer of fun, friends and adventure on the water. read more>