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    Ben Recktor-Sailboat Cover
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    Ben Recktor-Sailboat Cover

    November 10, 2019


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    SailAway 13 | Gulf Streamin’ in a Sailboat | Sailboat Living Sailing Vlog
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    SailAway 13 | Gulf Streamin’ in a Sailboat | Sailboat Living Sailing Vlog

    November 10, 2019


    Our baby likes the jambalaya when its fed
    by grandpa with a spoon on the boat. Hey. After our final night in Florida at Adventure
    Yatch Harbor we made a short trip down the Ponce Inlet and out into the Atlantic. We angled out in to open water to catch the
    edge of the golf stream and settled in for a nice long down wind sail back to Charleston. We are leaving Adventure Yatch Harbor. We just got through the cut which is the one
    everyone talks about being shallow and tough to get through sometimes and it wasn’t too
    bad. The book says to hug the green side a little
    bit and just be careful where you exit and enter the cut, thats where the shollowing
    is. And it did get down to probably eight or nine
    feet on both ends and we’re almost at high tide so it would be about 5.5 feet at low
    so. Thats why we left at high. So we’re coming out of the Ponce Inlet, sometimes
    known as the New Smyrna Inlet, and right over here is, right there in the distance you’ll
    see the New Smyrna Lighthouse. Almost in the Ocean. Getting out our A sail. Just trying to figure it out. Despite the fact that we’d all flown numerous
    spinnakers, littlerly hundreds of times, this was only the second time for this one. It took a while to sort out the snakes wedding
    that came out of the bag. But soon we had her filled and flying pretty. Well, sometimes this is what a transit looks
    like. On the left is the line that goes straight
    to Charleston. Out there is the Gulf Stream. And our wind is real light right now, supposed
    to fill in later. So just kind of angling out into the Gulf
    Stream see if we can catch at least the edge of it. Give us some current and the wind should be
    better out there. Everybody’s just doing their chill thing. Baby’s napping in the V-berth. We put out a line just for fun and we think
    we caught something. Seems like its still on there. In case you haven’t figured this out, we don’t
    know how to fish. We don’t know how to fish at all. But we bought this fishing pole at Walmart
    and a few lures. Am I supposed to take it out of here? We don’t know what we’re doing. When we say we don’t know how to fish, we’re
    really not kidding so please by all mean any comments, any tips please put them below for
    us, we would really appreciate it. We’re not prepared. Oh it’s a fish, it jumped, it’s still alive. What are we gonna do with it though? It looks big. I feel bad. You feel bad? I think it’s a tuna. I’ve got needle nose pliers, we need a knife
    though to sever it’s spinal cord. We need the pointy knife, the filet knife. Thats a pretty good size, I think. Its a pretty fish. First fish I’ve ever seen caught. It looks a little bit like that, to me, Skip
    Jack Tuna? Yeah pretty much like that. It doesn’t have the lines down it though. Other names, Striped Tuna, Arctic Bonito,
    Oceanic Bonito. Not to most tastes. Better decide if we’re going to keep it or
    not. Unless we can figure out what it is really
    fast, which we’re not very good at we should just let it go. So let it go? yeah. See ya. Bye. We’ll have to do some research because we
    don’t know what we’re doing. Doing high 8’s sometimes 9 knots over ground. And it’s about 2 in the morning. Got good wind though. If only we could catch things. you’re just trying to get down my shirt. Whatever. Hopefully fish number two. We’ve got something on. So whatever it was, it was big. Judging by the bite pattern I’d say it was
    a great white. For sure. Fish on, breeze on, autopilot meh. Not doing so great. Is that it? We’re playing a game called don’t spill the
    jambalaya. Don’t spill the jambalaya. Smell delicious, gimbaling nicely. We’re in our home stretch here, got somewhere
    around 5 hours to go I would say. Humming along at about 6.5 knots with the
    wind behind us. And a lot of big waves coming in behind us
    and they sneak up on you in packs. Trying to turn the boat around. We had a great spinnaker run with them but
    then the wind got a little too strong for the spinnaker. Home soon. Our baby likes the jambalaya when its fed
    by grandpa with a spoon on the boat. Hey. Our baby likes the jambalaya when its fed
    by grandpa with a spoon on the boat. Hey. With the sun dropping lazily into the sea
    and the wind at our backs we knew we only had a few more hours until we reached our
    home port of Charleston but one thing we learned on this trip. Was that we want to be a whole lot closer
    to the sailing we like to do and we want to do a lot more of it. That lead to some pretty big decisions about
    our life in the coming months. Please take a moment to like and subscribe. And be sure to follow us on social media. Thanks for watching, Cheers!

    Out On The Ottawa River And It’s Ice Fishing Season
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    Out On The Ottawa River And It’s Ice Fishing Season

    November 10, 2019


    – So I’m out on the Ottawa River and it’s ice-fishing season. As you can see, there’s a lot
    of people ice-fishing today and I’ve had a lot of people ask me to make a video about ice-fishing and I’m not going to ice-fish today but I thought that I’d just check out a really popular spot, here, in Ottawa. ♪ And I simply can’t deny it ♪ ♪ That I feel it that you’re ♪ ♪ Calling out to me ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ ♪ We are all looking for adventure ♪ ♪ We are all looking for adventure ♪ ♪ We are all looking for adventure ♪ ♪ We are all looking for adventure ♪ – We’re on Walleye Boulevard. So this is pretty cool. I’ve never, ever been out on the Ottawa River, never been in the middle of it. This is pretty awesome. We walked all the way out as far as the ice-fishing huts go and now we’re just still wandering out into the river. This is really cool. Really, really cool. So that there is a fishing hole and there’s quite a few around here. There’s one here but pretty solid. I am in the middle of the Ottawa River and this is one of the craziest things I’ve done so far this winter. It’s kind of freaky to know that there’s a whole, deep river filled with fish right below my feet. It’s really bizarre
    and a little bit scary. So I’m heading back now. We just got a drone shot. Hopefully, it turns out well. But, yeah, that was a lot of fun. (upbeat music) (water splashing) Hey, Eric, I’m ice-fishing. (laughing) Okay, so we’re heading
    back to the car now. That was a really cool experience. I didn’t catch anything but just trying ice-fishing
    for the first time was such a cool experience and I’ve never seen these ice-fishing huts up close and personal. I’ve seen them from afar but it’s cool being in
    the middle of it all. So this was a really cool
    experience and I enjoyed myself. (upbeat music)

    Connecticut River filled with boaters over the weekend
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    Connecticut River filled with boaters over the weekend

    November 4, 2019


    NICK: MANY BOATERS ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE NICE WEATHER AND SPENDING THEIR WEEKENDS OUT ON THE WATER. 22NEWS REPORTER SYDNEY SNOW EXPLAINS HOW TO STAY SAFE ON THE BUSY WATERS HUNDREDS OF BOATERS WERE OUT ON THE CONNECTICUT RIVER OVER THE WEEKEND. BUT WITH ALL THOSE PEOPLE AROUND IT’S IMPORTANT THAT SAFETY COMES FIRST. JOSEPH DEFORGE – GRANBY NOWADAYS THERE’S SO MANY PEOPLE WHEN I WAS YOUNG YOU’D SEE PROBABLY 20 BOATS OUT HERE A DAY NOW THERE’S HUNDREDS. SYDNEY SNOW – BRUNELLE MARINA WHEN OUT ON THE WATER MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ENOUGH LIFE JACKETS FOR EVERYONE ON BOARD AND ALSO HAVE 2 FORMS OF SAFETY EQUIPMENT LIKE FLARES AND STROBES IN CASE OF A EMERGENCY. LUKE BRUNELLE – OWNER OF BRUNELLE’S MARINA BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS BUT BE COURTEOUS BE CAUTIOUS. COMMON SENSE BOATING THAT’S REALLY WHAT IT COMES DOWN TOO. IF YOU’RE CAUGHT OPERATING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL ON THE WATER, YOU COULD BE CITED, OR POSSIBLY ARRESTED. YOU CAN ALSO HAVE YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE AND BOAT’S REGISTRATION REVOKED FOR UP TO ONE YEAR. SEVENTY PERCENT OF REPORTED BOATING ACCIDENTS ARE CAUSED BY HUMAN ERROR: NOT PAYING ATTENTION, INEXPERIENCE, AND SPEEDING. IN SOUTH HADLEY SYDNEY SNOW

    #9 Pontooning Back to the USA | Clearwater to Cuba Pontoon Adventure | Avalon Luxury Pontoons
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    #9 Pontooning Back to the USA | Clearwater to Cuba Pontoon Adventure | Avalon Luxury Pontoons

    October 10, 2019


    30 miles out, we’re down around the yellow bar here in fuel, but we think we have enough to make it back. Rather not put the gas that we bought in Cuba in the tank, because we don’t know what kind of gas it is. Frickin’ awesome. Cuba is that way, Key West is that way, and there’s nothing around us but us, right here. We’re at 38.2 miles per hour, in the 27 Ambassador, rockin’ and rollin’. We’re having fun. We have our life raft, we have procured
    our life raft. It’s a rental, but it’s may save our lives Alright, we’re around 75 miles out –
    77.4 miles out. Maintaining about 25? 22? We’re at 22, bringing
    it down. Again, beautiful day and beers are cold. Doug’s giving us a little update here at sixty miles out.
    “We’re actually 49.4 miles out. We’ve been running for an
    hour and 42 minutes. Running 30 miles an hour right now, and we just came out of
    the Gulf Stream area. We’ve got into a little bit smoother water, and on
    our way to Key West. Beautiful, yeah, it definitely has smoothed out
    right now. You guys can certainly tell in the back, you’re not nearly as wet! Moving right along. The sun bunnies are getting sun! “I wonder if the driver’s going to the back of the boat.” I
    think somebody’s going for a swim! Should we shut the engines off? “No. It might not start again.” (laughter) “Look out for sharks.” “Put the ladder back up when you come back.” “What’s the chance of that? It’s
    already out.” No, no sharks here. “How did that feel?” (Singing) “Pretty good?” We are 20 miles. 20 miles to go. We might be getting some cell service soon. Back to civilization… Dangit! Looks like we’re heading up to this
    little hotel up here called the Galleon. They have some slips. “Did you have a nice trip? Definitely an undertaking, I haven’t seen one of these go to Cuba just yet.”
    “I don’t think they ever have.”

    Boating safety high priority on Oklahoma’s lakes
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    Boating safety high priority on Oklahoma’s lakes

    October 2, 2019


    THE OFFICERS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED. WE ARE CONTINUING TO LOOK THOSE VIDEOS RIGHT NOW AND WILL BRING YOU A CLOSER LOOK TONIGHT AT 5:00. LAKE RANGERS ARE GEARING UP FOR A BUSY HOLIDAY WEEKEND AHEAD OF THE FOURTH OF JULY. PRESTON JONES IS LIVE WHERE HE WENT OUT ON THE LAKE THIS MORNING TALKING WITH RANGERS ABOUT SOME OF THE PROBLEMS THEY SEE ON THE LAKE. TIFFANY OF COURSE, MAKING SURE POLICE HAVE ON A LIGHT — A LIFE JACKET IS ALWAYS AN ISSUE. THEY HAVE THESE LOANER LIFEJACKETS THAT EVERYONE CAN BORROW. THEY WILL HIT THE LAKES AND MAKE SURE EVERYONE STAYS SAFE. WE WENT OUT ON THE WATER WITH THE ASSISTANT MANAGER CHECKING BOATERS AND SWIMMERS. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO STAY 50 FOOT FROM THE SHORELINE. RANGER SAY PEOPLE GET IN THE WAY OF BOATER TRAFFIC IN THE SWIM TOO FAR OUT. MANY TIMES BOATERS DON’T HAVE ENOUGH LIFEJACKETS ON BOARD OR THE RIGHT SIZE. IT DOESN’T DO ANY GOOD IF THE LIFE JACKET YOU ARE USING IS NOT GOING TO DO WHAT IT IS INTENDED WHICH IS TO FLOAT THE INDIVIDUAL. THAT CAN LAND TO A TICKET OR A FREE RIDE IN THE PATROL BOAT. I KEYSTONE LAKE, 10 KILLER LAKE, LAKE EUFAULA, SKY TOOK LAKE AND LAKE EUFAULA — POTEAU — SKIATOOK LAKE AND LAKE EUFAULA. YOU CAN SEE BACK OUT HERE LIVE A FEW BOATS OUT HERE. WE HAVE SEEN A FEW DOZEN OF THEM THIS MORNING HUNDREDS ARE EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND. WE SPOKE TO SOME BOATERS EARLIER ABOUT WHAT THEY SEE AS FAR SAFETY GOES.

    Tips for boating safety this Memorial Day Weekend
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    Tips for boating safety this Memorial Day Weekend

    September 30, 2019


    -OLD WALTER PARKER. HE WAS PREVIOUSLY WANTED FOR MULTIPLE BANK ROBBERIES AROUND NEW YORK STATE BACK IN 2004. HE’S NOW IN ONEIDA COUNTY JAIL… AFTER BEING TRACKED DOWN WITH D-N-A EVIDENCE. NICOLE: A BIG WEEKEND FOR BOATING — AND AS WE HEAD INTO MEMORIAL DAY, IT’S IMPORTANT TO DO SO SAFELY. NEWSCHANNEL NINE’S JOSH MARTIN HAS HELPFUL REMINDERS FOR THOSE HEADING OUT ON THE WATER. when you are out here in a storm it is unforgiving sometimes.” BOATERS BE ON ALERT. THIS WEEKEND WE WILL SEE SOME RAIN AND SOME SUNSHINE. IF YOU’RE DROPPING THE PROP THIS MEMORIAL DAY– IT IS IMPORTANT TO BE AWARE OUT ON THE WATER. “If you see something, say something. It is just as important out on the water as it is on land. If you see something suspicious. If you see someone in distress. Citizens have an obligation to report things to the police.” THE ONEIDA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE AND STATE POLICE ARE PUTTING EXTRA PATROLS OUT ON SYLVAN BEACH TO MAKE SURE BOATERS ARE WATCHING THEIR SPEED NEAR THE SHORELINE AND SHOWING SAFE BOATING BEHAVIOR. FOR BOTH BOATERS AND DRIVERS– POLICE WILL BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR ANYONE WHO MAY BE DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE. “The last thing we want is tragedy. The last thing we want is for people to get hurt but also as they think about themselves out on their crafts and their own vehicles– think about everyone else out on the roadways. Keep an eye out for everybody elses safety. That is most important.” THE SHERIFF”S WATER PATROL TEAMS ALSO WANT TO REMIND PEOPLE TO CHECK THEIR BOATS FROM TOP TO BOTTOM TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS WORKING PROPERLY. ALSO TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ENOUGH LIFE JACKETS ON BOARD BEFORE YOU HEAD OUT. MAJOR Philip Rougeux: “we all have to do our part to make our roadways safe. We all want to go out, have a good time, we’re all for that but have a plan before you go out, have a plan.

    Rough Water On Lake Michigan Prompts Warnings For Swimmers, Boaters
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    Rough Water On Lake Michigan Prompts Warnings For Swimmers, Boaters

    September 27, 2019


    HOSPITAL HAS TO SAY AS WELL. HELLO EVERYONE. I’M MIKE ALONG SIDE WHO IS IN FOR ERIN. WE BEGIN ON THE LAKE FRONT 4 TO 8-FOOT WAVES TODAY WILL MAKE BEING ON OR IN THE LAKE DOWN RIGHT DANGEROUS. ALREADY THIS YEAR WE’VE HAD MULTIPLE DROWNINGS. CBS 2 EXPLAINS WHY OFFICIALS WANT YOU TO STAY OUT OF THE WATER. HERE AT THE BEACH IT’S VERY WINDY OUT AND IT’S HARD TO MISS THE FAST MOVEING WAVES, POTENTIALLY DEADLY CONDITIONS FOR SWIMMERS AND BOATERS. QUITE BIG, CAN DEFINITELY BE DANGEROUS. EVERYTHING HAPPENS A LOT FASTER. CAPTAIN JEFF HARRIS IS AN INSTRUCTOR AND SAYS BECAUSE OF THESE STRONG WAVES HE’S ALREADY ASKED STUDENTS TO CANCEL THEIR SAILING LESSONS. THEY MUST HAVE CHECKED THE WEATHER AND JUST SAW THAT THERE WAS BIG HUGE WAVES OUT HERE. FOUR TO EIGHT FEET WAVES ARE EXPECTED AT ALL AREA BEACHS MONDAY A THRILLING AND BEAUTIFUL VIEW THAT HAS THIS PERSON PARASAILING BUT OFFICIALS ARE ASKING PEOPLE TO DO THE OPPOSITE, STAY OUT OF THE WATER. ACCORDING TO THE GREAT LAKES SURF RESCUE PROJECT THERE HAVE BEEN 20 DROWNINGS IN LAKE MICHIGAN THIS YEAR. HARRIS SAID BOATING AND CONDITIONS LIKE THIS COMES WITH A MAJOR CONCERN. MAN OVER BOARD IS OUR BIGGEST CONCERN. WHENEVER YOU’VE GOT BIG HUGE WAVES LIKE THIS IT’S HARD TO SEE THE PEOPLE WHEN THEY GO DOWN IN THE TROUGH. THAT’S WHY HE SAYS IT’S SIMPLEY SAFER TO AVOID SAILING IN THESE HIGH WAVES. ONE OF THE THINGS I LOOK AT AS WELL IS IF YOU SEE OTHER SAIL BOATS OUT THERE. IF YOU DON’T SEE ANY, THAT’S A BIG HUGE TELLTALE. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN CHICAGO HAS ALSO PUT OUT A WARNING TODAY ASKING THAT

    Local business develops app to cut down on drunk boaters
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    Local business develops app to cut down on drunk boaters

    September 22, 2019


    HOW HOW IT HOW IT CAN HOW IT CAN PREVENT HOW IT CAN PREVENT FROM HOW IT CAN PREVENT FROM YOU HOW IT CAN PREVENT FROM YOU
    GETTING HOW IT CAN PREVENT FROM YOU
    GETTING A HOW IT CAN PREVENT FROM YOU
    GETTING A COSTLY HOW IT CAN PREVENT FROM YOU
    GETTING A COSTLY TICKET. GETTING A COSTLY TICKET. GETTING A COSTLY TICKET.
    >>GETTING A COSTLY TICKET.
    >>Reporter: GETTING A COSTLY TICKET.
    >>Reporter: ON GETTING A COSTLY TICKET.
    >>Reporter: ON THIS GETTING A COSTLY TICKET.
    >>Reporter: ON THIS RED, GETTING A COSTLY TICKET.
    >>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE>>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE>>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE
    AND>>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE
    AND BLUE>>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE
    AND BLUE KIND>>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE
    AND BLUE KIND OF>>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE
    AND BLUE KIND OF DAY,>>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE
    AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A>>Reporter: ON THIS RED, WHITE
    AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD
    DAY AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD
    DAY TO AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD
    DAY TO BE AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD
    DAY TO BE OUT AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD
    DAY TO BE OUT ON AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD
    DAY TO BE OUT ON THE AND BLUE KIND OF DAY, A GOOD
    DAY TO BE OUT ON THE WATER. DAY TO BE OUT ON THE WATER. DAY TO BE OUT ON THE WATER.
    ESPECIALLY DAY TO BE OUT ON THE WATER.
    ESPECIALLY ALONG DAY TO BE OUT ON THE WATER.
    ESPECIALLY ALONG LAKE ESPECIALLY ALONG LAKE ESPECIALLY ALONG LAKE
    MINNETONKA, ESPECIALLY ALONG LAKE
    MINNETONKA, ONE ESPECIALLY ALONG LAKE
    MINNETONKA, ONE OF ESPECIALLY ALONG LAKE
    MINNETONKA, ONE OF THE ESPECIALLY ALONG LAKE
    MINNETONKA, ONE OF THE BUSIER MINNETONKA, ONE OF THE BUSIER MINNETONKA, ONE OF THE BUSIER
    LAKES MINNETONKA, ONE OF THE BUSIER
    LAKES THIS MINNETONKA, ONE OF THE BUSIER
    LAKES THIS FOURTH MINNETONKA, ONE OF THE BUSIER
    LAKES THIS FOURTH OF MINNETONKA, ONE OF THE BUSIER
    LAKES THIS FOURTH OF JULY. LAKES THIS FOURTH OF JULY. LAKES THIS FOURTH OF JULY.
    TYLER LAKES THIS FOURTH OF JULY.
    TYLER JOHNSON LAKES THIS FOURTH OF JULY.
    TYLER JOHNSON IS LAKES THIS FOURTH OF JULY.
    TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING LAKES THIS FOURTH OF JULY.
    TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING HIS TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING HIS TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING HIS
    FAMILY TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING HIS
    FAMILY OUT TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING HIS
    FAMILY OUT FOR TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING HIS
    FAMILY OUT FOR A TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING HIS
    FAMILY OUT FOR A NICE TYLER JOHNSON IS TAKING HIS
    FAMILY OUT FOR A NICE BOAT FAMILY OUT FOR A NICE BOAT FAMILY OUT FOR A NICE BOAT
    RIDE. RIDE. RIDE.
    AND RIDE.
    AND THEN RIDE.
    AND THEN LATER. AND THEN LATER. AND THEN LATER.
    >>AND THEN LATER.
    >>OUT AND THEN LATER.
    >>OUT TO AND THEN LATER.
    >>OUT TO SEE AND THEN LATER.
    >>OUT TO SEE THE AND THEN LATER.
    >>OUT TO SEE THE FIREWORKS.>>OUT TO SEE THE FIREWORKS.>>OUT TO SEE THE FIREWORKS.
    >>>>OUT TO SEE THE FIREWORKS.
    >>Reporter:>>OUT TO SEE THE FIREWORKS.
    >>Reporter: AND>>OUT TO SEE THE FIREWORKS.
    >>Reporter: AND DO>>OUT TO SEE THE FIREWORKS.
    >>Reporter: AND DO SO>>Reporter: AND DO SO>>Reporter: AND DO SO
    RESPONSIBLY>>Reporter: AND DO SO
    RESPONSIBLY OF>>Reporter: AND DO SO
    RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE. RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE. RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE.
    >>RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE.
    >>IF RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE.
    >>IF I RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE.
    >>IF I DRINK, RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE.
    >>IF I DRINK, I RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE.
    >>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE.
    >>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE OUT RESPONSIBLY OF COURSE.
    >>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE OUT A>>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE OUT A>>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE OUT A
    SAFE>>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE OUT A
    SAFE WAY>>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE OUT A
    SAFE WAY TO>>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE OUT A
    SAFE WAY TO GET>>IF I DRINK, I FIGURE OUT A
    SAFE WAY TO GET HOME. SAFE WAY TO GET HOME. SAFE WAY TO GET HOME.
    >>SAFE WAY TO GET HOME.
    >>Reporter: SAFE WAY TO GET HOME.
    >>Reporter: A SAFE WAY TO GET HOME.
    >>Reporter: A GOOD SAFE WAY TO GET HOME.
    >>Reporter: A GOOD STRATEGY.>>Reporter: A GOOD STRATEGY.>>Reporter: A GOOD STRATEGY.
    >>>>Reporter: A GOOD STRATEGY.
    >>PLAN>>Reporter: A GOOD STRATEGY.
    >>PLAN ACCORDINGLY.>>PLAN ACCORDINGLY.>>PLAN ACCORDINGLY.
    >>>>PLAN ACCORDINGLY.
    >>Reporter:>>PLAN ACCORDINGLY.
    >>Reporter: IF>>PLAN ACCORDINGLY.
    >>Reporter: IF YOU’RE>>PLAN ACCORDINGLY.
    >>Reporter: IF YOU’RE IN>>PLAN ACCORDINGLY.
    >>Reporter: IF YOU’RE IN NEED>>Reporter: IF YOU’RE IN NEED>>Reporter: IF YOU’RE IN NEED
    OF>>Reporter: IF YOU’RE IN NEED
    OF A>>Reporter: IF YOU’RE IN NEED
    OF A DESIGNATED>>Reporter: IF YOU’RE IN NEED
    OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER>>Reporter: IF YOU’RE IN NEED
    OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER BEFORE OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER BEFORE OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER BEFORE
    YOU OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER BEFORE
    YOU HEAD OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER BEFORE
    YOU HEAD OUT OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER BEFORE
    YOU HEAD OUT ON OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER BEFORE
    YOU HEAD OUT ON THE OF A DESIGNATED DRIVER BEFORE
    YOU HEAD OUT ON THE WATER, YOU HEAD OUT ON THE WATER, YOU HEAD OUT ON THE WATER,
    WELL, YOU HEAD OUT ON THE WATER,
    WELL, THERE’S YOU HEAD OUT ON THE WATER,
    WELL, THERE’S AN YOU HEAD OUT ON THE WATER,
    WELL, THERE’S AN APP YOU HEAD OUT ON THE WATER,
    WELL, THERE’S AN APP FOR YOU HEAD OUT ON THE WATER,
    WELL, THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT. WELL, THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT. WELL, THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT.
    >>WELL, THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT.
    >>AN WELL, THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT.
    >>AN APP WELL, THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT.
    >>AN APP CALLED WELL, THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT.
    >>AN APP CALLED DASH.>>AN APP CALLED DASH.>>AN APP CALLED DASH.
    WITHIN>>AN APP CALLED DASH.
    WITHIN DASH>>AN APP CALLED DASH.
    WITHIN DASH WE>>AN APP CALLED DASH.
    WITHIN DASH WE HAVE>>AN APP CALLED DASH.
    WITHIN DASH WE HAVE A>>AN APP CALLED DASH.
    WITHIN DASH WE HAVE A DIVISION WITHIN DASH WE HAVE A DIVISION WITHIN DASH WE HAVE A DIVISION
    CALLED WITHIN DASH WE HAVE A DIVISION
    CALLED SOBER WITHIN DASH WE HAVE A DIVISION
    CALLED SOBER SKIPPERS. CALLED SOBER SKIPPERS. CALLED SOBER SKIPPERS.
    >>CALLED SOBER SKIPPERS.
    >>Reporter: CALLED SOBER SKIPPERS.
    >>Reporter: IT CALLED SOBER SKIPPERS.
    >>Reporter: IT IS CALLED SOBER SKIPPERS.
    >>Reporter: IT IS BRAD’S CALLED SOBER SKIPPERS.
    >>Reporter: IT IS BRAD’S NEW>>Reporter: IT IS BRAD’S NEW>>Reporter: IT IS BRAD’S NEW
    ADDITION>>Reporter: IT IS BRAD’S NEW
    ADDITION TO>>Reporter: IT IS BRAD’S NEW
    ADDITION TO HIS>>Reporter: IT IS BRAD’S NEW
    ADDITION TO HIS LOCAL>>Reporter: IT IS BRAD’S NEW
    ADDITION TO HIS LOCAL FAMILY ADDITION TO HIS LOCAL FAMILY ADDITION TO HIS LOCAL FAMILY
    OWNED ADDITION TO HIS LOCAL FAMILY
    OWNED BUSINESS, ADDITION TO HIS LOCAL FAMILY
    OWNED BUSINESS, LIKE ADDITION TO HIS LOCAL FAMILY
    OWNED BUSINESS, LIKE UBER ADDITION TO HIS LOCAL FAMILY
    OWNED BUSINESS, LIKE UBER AND OWNED BUSINESS, LIKE UBER AND OWNED BUSINESS, LIKE UBER AND
    LYFT OWNED BUSINESS, LIKE UBER AND
    LYFT BUT OWNED BUSINESS, LIKE UBER AND
    LYFT BUT FOR OWNED BUSINESS, LIKE UBER AND
    LYFT BUT FOR BOATERS. LYFT BUT FOR BOATERS. LYFT BUT FOR BOATERS.
    JUST LYFT BUT FOR BOATERS.
    JUST GIVE LYFT BUT FOR BOATERS.
    JUST GIVE 24 LYFT BUT FOR BOATERS.
    JUST GIVE 24 HOURS LYFT BUT FOR BOATERS.
    JUST GIVE 24 HOURS NOTICE JUST GIVE 24 HOURS NOTICE JUST GIVE 24 HOURS NOTICE
    BEFORE JUST GIVE 24 HOURS NOTICE
    BEFORE HITTING JUST GIVE 24 HOURS NOTICE
    BEFORE HITTING THE JUST GIVE 24 HOURS NOTICE
    BEFORE HITTING THE WATER, JUST GIVE 24 HOURS NOTICE
    BEFORE HITTING THE WATER, 50 BEFORE HITTING THE WATER, 50 BEFORE HITTING THE WATER, 50
    BUCKS BEFORE HITTING THE WATER, 50
    BUCKS AN BEFORE HITTING THE WATER, 50
    BUCKS AN HOUR. BUCKS AN HOUR. BUCKS AN HOUR.
    >>BUCKS AN HOUR.
    >>IT BUCKS AN HOUR.
    >>IT WILL BUCKS AN HOUR.
    >>IT WILL PULL BUCKS AN HOUR.
    >>IT WILL PULL UP BUCKS AN HOUR.
    >>IT WILL PULL UP THE BUCKS AN HOUR.
    >>IT WILL PULL UP THE TYPES BUCKS AN HOUR.
    >>IT WILL PULL UP THE TYPES OF>>IT WILL PULL UP THE TYPES OF>>IT WILL PULL UP THE TYPES OF
    RIDES>>IT WILL PULL UP THE TYPES OF
    RIDES THAT>>IT WILL PULL UP THE TYPES OF
    RIDES THAT WE>>IT WILL PULL UP THE TYPES OF
    RIDES THAT WE DO. RIDES THAT WE DO. RIDES THAT WE DO.
    >>RIDES THAT WE DO.
    >>Reporter: RIDES THAT WE DO.
    >>Reporter: THE RIDES THAT WE DO.
    >>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN RIDES THAT WE DO.
    >>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL>>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL>>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL
    MEET>>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL
    MEET YOU>>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL
    MEET YOU AT>>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL
    MEET YOU AT A>>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL
    MEET YOU AT A LAKE>>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL
    MEET YOU AT A LAKE OR>>Reporter: THE CAPTAIN WILL
    MEET YOU AT A LAKE OR RIVER MEET YOU AT A LAKE OR RIVER MEET YOU AT A LAKE OR RIVER
    THROUGHOUT MEET YOU AT A LAKE OR RIVER
    THROUGHOUT THE MEET YOU AT A LAKE OR RIVER
    THROUGHOUT THE METRO. THROUGHOUT THE METRO. THROUGHOUT THE METRO.
    BRAD THROUGHOUT THE METRO.
    BRAD IS THROUGHOUT THE METRO.
    BRAD IS WORKING THROUGHOUT THE METRO.
    BRAD IS WORKING ON THROUGHOUT THE METRO.
    BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING
    THE BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING
    THE MAP BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING
    THE MAP SO BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING
    THE MAP SO A BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING
    THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING
    THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN BRAD IS WORKING ON EXPANDING
    THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET
    YOU THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET
    YOU IF THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET
    YOU IF YOU THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET
    YOU IF YOU DRINK THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET
    YOU IF YOU DRINK TOO THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET
    YOU IF YOU DRINK TOO MUCH THE MAP SO A CAPTAIN CAN MEET
    YOU IF YOU DRINK TOO MUCH OUT YOU IF YOU DRINK TOO MUCH OUT YOU IF YOU DRINK TOO MUCH OUT
    ON YOU IF YOU DRINK TOO MUCH OUT
    ON YOUR YOU IF YOU DRINK TOO MUCH OUT
    ON YOUR BOAT. ON YOUR BOAT. ON YOUR BOAT.
    >>ON YOUR BOAT.
    >>I ON YOUR BOAT.
    >>I SAW ON YOUR BOAT.
    >>I SAW THE ON YOUR BOAT.
    >>I SAW THE NEED.>>I SAW THE NEED.>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT IS>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT IS A>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT IS A GOOD>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT IS A GOOD FIT>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT IS A GOOD FIT FOR>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT IS A GOOD FIT FOR ME>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT IS A GOOD FIT FOR ME TO>>I SAW THE NEED.
    IT IS A GOOD FIT FOR ME TO TAKE IT IS A GOOD FIT FOR ME TO TAKE IT IS A GOOD FIT FOR ME TO TAKE
    CARE IT IS A GOOD FIT FOR ME TO TAKE
    CARE OF IT IS A GOOD FIT FOR ME TO TAKE
    CARE OF PEOPLE. CARE OF PEOPLE. CARE OF PEOPLE.
    WE’VE CARE OF PEOPLE.
    WE’VE ALREADY CARE OF PEOPLE.
    WE’VE ALREADY BEEN CARE OF PEOPLE.
    WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE OF PEOPLE.
    WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE
    OF WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE
    OF THE WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE
    OF THE STREET WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE
    OF THE STREET FOR WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE
    OF THE STREET FOR 12 WE’VE ALREADY BEEN TAKING CARE
    OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS. OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS. OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS.
    IT OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS.
    IT IS OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS.
    IT IS TIME OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS.
    IT IS TIME TO OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS.
    IT IS TIME TO PUT OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS.
    IT IS TIME TO PUT A OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS.
    IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OF THE STREET FOR 12 YEARS.
    IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OUT IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OUT IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OUT
    TERE IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OUT
    TERE TO IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OUT
    TERE TO TAKE IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OUT
    TERE TO TAKE CARE IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OUT
    TERE TO TAKE CARE OF IT IS TIME TO PUT A COMPANY OUT
    TERE TO TAKE CARE OF THE TERE TO TAKE CARE OF THE TERE TO TAKE CARE OF THE
    WATER. WATER. WATER.
    >>WATER.
    >>Reporter: WATER.
    >>Reporter: HE WATER.
    >>Reporter: HE HOPES WATER.
    >>Reporter: HE HOPES HIS WATER.
    >>Reporter: HE HOPES HIS APP>>Reporter: HE HOPES HIS APP>>Reporter: HE HOPES HIS APP
    CAN>>Reporter: HE HOPES HIS APP
    CAN SAVE>>Reporter: HE HOPES HIS APP
    CAN SAVE LIVES. CAN SAVE LIVES. CAN SAVE LIVES.
    SOMETHING CAN SAVE LIVES.
    SOMETHING THAT CAN SAVE LIVES.
    SOMETHING THAT TYLER CAN SAVE LIVES.
    SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL CAN SAVE LIVES.
    SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL THINK SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL THINK SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL THINK
    ABOUT SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL THINK
    ABOUT USING SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL THINK
    ABOUT USING IN SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL THINK
    ABOUT USING IN THE SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL THINK
    ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR SOMETHING THAT TYLER WILL THINK
    ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE. ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE. ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
    >>ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
    >>BEST ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
    >>BEST TO ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
    >>BEST TO GET ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
    >>BEST TO GET HOME ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
    >>BEST TO GET HOME SAFE ABOUT USING IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
    >>BEST TO GET HOME SAFE THAN>>BEST TO GET HOME SAFE THAN>>BEST TO GET HOME SAFE THAN
    HURT>>BEST TO GET HOME SAFE THAN
    HURT SOMEONE,>>BEST TO GET HOME SAFE THAN
    HURT SOMEONE, HURT>>BEST TO GET HOME SAFE THAN
    HURT SOMEONE, HURT YOURSELF

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    Boating Accidents

    September 13, 2019


    Hi, I’m John Baker; I’m one of the
    attorneys with Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers. In Hampton Roads, we’re lucky to be surrounded by the water; whether it’s the Lafayette or Lynnhaven River, the
    Chesapeake Bay or the Atlantic Ocean, it’s a boat lover’s paradise around here.
    Any day out on the water you can see recreational boats, boats from the Navy,
    or ships coming into port. In fact, there are tens of thousands of recreational
    sailboats, motor boats, and jet skis alone in the Hampton Roads area. A few years
    back, the General Assembly decided to require boaters to take a Coast Guard
    approved boater safety course. Unfortunately, while this has cut down on
    accidents a little bit, there are still many boating accidents out there. Whether
    you’ve been involved in a boating accident, an accident involving alcohol,
    or you’re a seaman injured on the job, please give us a call at Cooper Hurley
    Injury Lawyers so we can give you a free consultation and help you out. Our number
    is 757-455-0077 757-455-0077