If the statement is false, then "This statement is false", is a lie, making it "This statement is true." The statement is now true.
But if the statement is true, then "This statement is false" is true, making the statement false.
But if the statement is false, then "This statement is false", is a lie, making it "This statement is true." The statement is now true.
But if the statement is true, then...
It's one of the biggest paradoxes ever, just like saying, "I'm lying right now."
Maintain course and speed unless the give-way vessel fails to take appropriate action
You must submit a written boating accident report if damage to property equals or exceeds $2000.
Different countries have different legislation.
steering control requires more than idle speed, don't be deceived by a valid argument would be "stopping".
technically you would be correct because since the lowest speed of a PWC would be idling, and stopping would require more than idle speed if you were to attempt an operation of "stopping".
Never point the gun at the bottom of the boat!!
Make sure that you are ably supported so that you don't fall overboard from the recoil of the rifle.
Wearing a "V" type PFD on a PWC!!
Turn at controlled speeds and Anchor from the bow rather than the stern to avoid capsizing or swamping a boat.
the vessel operator
when its safe and no one ahead
All of them. Plus PWCs can only operate in daylight (sunrise-30, and sunset +30), operator and passengers must wear floatation vests at all times, and towing of skiers, or towable devices is prohibited in most states.
wear an ignition safety switch lanyard
1. Slow down the boat. Higher speeds can damage the structure of the boat in choppy water. Turn the boat so that it is facing into the waves as this is the most stable position for any boat. Turn on your lights and sound your horn (if fitted) every 30 seconds or so incase someone is nearby.
2. Lower your boat's centre of gravity. This means find all the heaviest stuff on the boat and dump it as close to the bottom as you can. This will reduce the likelyhood of your boat rolling over.
3. If you know exactly which way to travel to make it to shore, then slowly make your way there. If you don't know EXACTLY where you are or where to go then try to keep the boat in one spot. You may accidently run your boat into an obstacle.
4. If you have an emergency signaling device (such as a radio transmitter) then activate that now, calling for emergency assistance from rescue teams.
When traveling upstream on a river you see a red triangular daymark, so you should pass on the left side.
Normal conditions, which is to say, no violent storms or very high waves. Under adverse conditions, the safe carrying capacity of the boat is, of course, less.
keep a proper lookout.
You have enough time to avoid a collision
Source: Boat Tennessee-Responsible Boating
In an open container near the passengers seats
stay with the boat and signal for help
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Switch off the engine.