Boat FAQS

1.  What type of vessels do you operate?

See “VESSEL” Link

2.  Are the vessels insured and for how much?

Yes, for your protection.  We provide $500,000.00 in liability coverage.

3.  Who operates the vessels?

All vessels are operated by experienced charter boat captains who maintain a current license issued by the U.S. Coast Guard.

4.  Where are the vessels located and where do they operate?

See “LOCATION OF VESSELS” Link

5.  When do the vessels operate and what are the services you provide?

See “SEASONS AND SERVICE” Link

6.  Do the vessels carry adequate safety equipment?

Yes.  The vessels are inspected on a periodic basis by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary/Power Squadron and they have passed inspection.  The vessels carry sufficient numbers of U.S.C.G.-approved Personal Floatation Devices and safety equipment in full compliance with U.S. Coast Guard regulations. This equipment includes: First aid kit, fire extinguisher, flares, visual distress signals, horn, etc.

7.  Are the vessels documented?

Yes, by the U.S. Coast Guard.

8.  Do the vessels have a functional marine head?

Yes. For your personal convenience.

9.  Are the vessels suitable for the waters where they operate?

Yes.  All vessels are safe for navigation in most waters, including large bodies of water such as the Great Lakes, Inland Rivers and Oceans.  All vessels have radar, depth sounder, and GPS for your personal safety.

10.  What type of activities are conducted on your vessels?

We offer a variety of recreational boating activities including fishing, cruising, SCUBA diving, sight-seeing, tubing and water-skiing, depending on the nature of the charter and the preference of those aboard.

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