According to Navy studies 90% of people get seasick when on a boat. This makes Seasickness one of the greatest plagues for people who love boating.
Every single one of us loves to have fun, those of us in lake communities know that the best way to do that is water sports. But it isn’t much fun if you get injured, stranded, or even worse.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is putting on a free boating safety course for 2014 and it’s at Northeast State Community College.
With springtime finally here and summer right around the corner, it’s a great chance to get out and enjoy some of your favorite water-sports. But as with all things we have to remember to be careful. Here are five tips to stay safe while enjoying your self out on the water.
The Tri-Cities Boating Club: Johnson City Sail & Power Squadron is offering a 9-week Seamanship Course.
Being a Carefree Boat Club member is a fantastic way to enjoy boating to the fullest. Having a fleet of boats at your disposal means you have numerous opportunities to enjoy the lake, through many different types of boating experiences.
For those that truly love boating and the outdoors, Fall is one of the best seasons to be out on the lake. There are some safety considerations though you should take into account on our Tennessee lakes.
As a marina owner, I am often asked for family boating tips. One question I get (and wish I was asked even more often) is “Can I swim at the marina?” The answer is a definite no.
The Boone Lake Cut-Through forms an island. The island is TVA property and we get a lot of folks that camp out on that island. There’s actually rumored to be a bear on the island, so if you’re camping over there, keep your food up in a tree.