Skip to main content

Applications Open for Life Jacket Loaner Program

1_SeaTow_LSImage2

The Sea Tow Foundation is accepting applications to host a Life Jacket Loaner Station next year.

“We are excited to offer this opportunity for the 14th year and grow this vital and important program for the 2022 boating season,” Gail R. Kulp, executive director of the Sea Tow Foundation, said in a statement. “We encourage widespread participation from all who want to start a new stand or restock an existing stand.”

2_SeaTow_LoanerStand

The program provides life jackets to start a loaner station or restock an existing one. Loaner-station building kits are also available.

The foundation said it wants to expand the program into Arizona, South Dakota and Vermont, which have no loaner stations.

3_Sea Tow_Oswego Fire Dept. loaner stand

The application period is open through Feb. 1, and all materials are free. The Sea Tow Foundation said it will contact applicants by the end of March.

The application is available here.

Related

7_IMG_0254

Propeller Precision

Yamaha’s new $20 million foundry produces about 100,000 propellers a year

1_.MARTIN_FLORY

PR Firm Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Martin Flory Group has served the RV and marine industry segments since 1962.

Screen Shot 2022-09-26 at 9.29.49 AM

Mack Boring Turns 100

The New Jersey-based engine and components supplier, started in 1922 by Edward “Mack” McGovern, today is still a family-run business.

2_IBEX

IBEX Canceled

Tropical Storm Ian is expected to strengthen into a hurricane and impact Florida’s west coast sometime Wednesday.

3_Manitou-MY23-VW06-Rotax-Engine-Cutaway-Feature

Clearing the Deck

Bombardier Recreational Products unveiled the Rotax outboard with Stealth Technology in August

AdobeStock_306648964

Shoring Up Your Defenses

Marine businesses are just as open to cyberattacks as all kinds of other businesses in nearly every industry

1_Silent_Jet_Render_Main0214

Hinckley Unveils SilentJet

Hinckley Yachts teamed up with Wisconsin-based transmission-maker Twin Disc to create a hybrid electric system called SilentJet that can switch automatically from diesel to electric power, depending on how much throttle you use.