If you have driven a boat on occasion and you are ready to rent a pontoon and take your family out for the day, there are a couple of things that you want to know before you sign a rental agreement. You want to be sure that you are ready to get behind the wheel and be liable for the people that are in the boat and for the boat itself. Here are some of the things to consider to help provide for a day of fun instead of problems.
Do a Test Run if Needed
Don't be embarrassed to tell the rental company that you are nervous or that you want to do a quick lap around near the marina with an employee so be sure that you know how everything works. This could prevent you from having a serious accident or complication while out on the water or prevent you from causing a mechanical problem. They can quickly show you everything or watch you behind the wheel.
Get the Insurance
You want to get the insurance in case anything happens. You don't know if the waves are going to take you into a dock or the shore and damage the propellor, if another boat is going to crash into you, or what else can happen while you are on the water. Whatever the cost is for the full amount of coverage, it is well worth the expenses.
Take Pictures of Flaws
If there are minor or major flaws that you see before you get on board you want to be sure that you take a picture. This way there is no confusion when you bring the boat back in about those being there before you left the dock. You will have this evidence so you don't get charged or have to pay for the repairs.
The marina should provide you with enough life jackets for everyone that is on board if you don't have your own. Make sure that you do a count before you leave the marina, in case you get pulled over by the marine authorities in the area and they do a count. Also for the safety of every passenger that will be on the boat. Renting a boat can be a great way to see if you want to invest in buying one on your own, and it's a great family activity for your free time.
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