Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Advises Boaters to Stay Safe During the Holidays

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Make sure you have a sober operator and wear a life jacket

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials advise boaters to stay safe on the waters during the holidays and year-round. (FWC image)

(FWC) – Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials advise boaters to stay safe on the waters during the holidays and year-round.

Make sure you have a sober operator, wear a life jacket and take a personal locator beacon – it can save your life! Remember, .08 blood/breath-alcohol level is over the limit.

The FWC’s Division of Law Enforcement works to provide safe and enjoyable boating for the people of Florida and its visitors through the effective and coordinated management of our waterways.

We will strive to work with all stakeholders when developing rules and making statutory recommendations. We will accomplish this by incorporating sound scientific data, reasonable public input, and common sense.

We will work to formulate the best solutions possible without jeopardizing our natural resources or our freedoms to navigate.

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