flyboard, jetpack, watersport @ Pixabay

One of the most important questions to ask yourself before any trip is “what should I do if something goes wrong?” There are a lot of risks when boating, and these risks can be made even higher by not knowing what action to take in certain situations.

In this blog post, we will talk about how you should react when a motorboat crosses paths with a PWC. We’ll also discuss some safety tips that you can use for your next boat ride! It is important to stay calm and think about the best course of action.

water surface, lake, motorboat @ Pixabay

Sometimes it’s better not to act in any way but instead, wait for a different boat (or person) to come along. When you are by yourself on your own vessel, this can be quite difficult because there may not always be someone around that will help out if something goes wrong! However when with friends or family who have their own boats, coordination could make things easier. ❓What should I do?

If your PWC has capsized, then first try to get back upright without flipping again. If possible swim away from the motorboat so they don’t hit you while attempting rescues of others still in the water too close

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