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3 dangers of jet ski rental on your vacation

When you are on your vacation in Myrtle Beach, watersports are likely one of the first activities you may plan to add to your itinerary. The area stretching from Mount Pleasant in the south to Myrtle Beach in the north, off of South Carolina's coast, is a very popular tourist attraction for watersports enthusiasts both new and experienced.

One major attraction for tourists is renting a jet ski for recreation. There are many risks associated with jet skis, however, especially for people who have never used one before. Learn about a few specific risks involved in jet ski rental so that you can be prepared if you decide to rent a jet ski on your South Carolina beach vacation.

Thinking about parasailing? Keep these 4 pointers in mind

One activity you might have your sights on in the Myrtle Beach area is parasailing. Sure, it seems like a fun and thrilling activity to try at least once in your life, but there are dangers you should know of first. Many first-time and novice parasailers end up hurt or dead because of preventable parasailing accidents.

Parasailing accidents happen all the time. Even if you choose a reputable company/operator, be sure to consider the following safety pointers on parakiting

When boating injuries fall under maritime law

South Carolina offers a wide variety of exciting boating activities. However, these activities can also lead to serious injury. While understanding your environment and taking appropriate precautions can go a long way to keeping you safe, unfortunately, there is no way to guarantee other people will be as careful.

If you suffer an injury on the water due to another person's negligence, you may be considering filing a lawsuit. Doing so can help you obtain financial recovery for the damages suffered because of the injury.

What are the next steps if you fall ill on your cruise?

The frequent news reports about gastrointestinal illnesses aboard cruise ships may have you wondering if you should cancel the sailing you have been looking forward to.

How do cruise companies control outbreaks of stomach viruses? Does the law provide opportunities to seek financial compensation in the event you or a member of your family falls ill if one of these epidemics occurs?

Do you know how to deal with a fire on board your boat?

Vacation time for many families is right around the corner, and you may be looking forward to some quality time on the water here in South Carolina.

Whether you have your own boat or are planning to rent one, you should make it a point to review safety procedures. For example, would you know what to do in case of a fire aboard the boat?

Water sports and injuries sometimes go together

If you have come to South Carolina on vacation, you will probably include time enjoying some water sports.

Whether you are enjoying the lake, river or ocean, remember that accidents can happen in an instant. Here are three popular water sports and some tips to help keep you safe.

Help your pet adjust to boating and stay focused on safety

Operator inattention is one of the top causes of boating accidents. You may be used to having family and friends on board, but what about Fido?

If your dog is new to the boating experience, your concern for him may take your focus away from your responsibilities as captain, and that could lead to trouble. Here are four tips to keep Fido safe so everyone on board can enjoy an outing on the water.

Do you know the dangers of boating under the influence?

If you are preparing to enjoy a vacation or weekend getaway in South Carolina, your plans may include spending some time on the water parasailing, taking a harbor cruise or perhaps reserving a pleasure boat for a day cruise and picnic.

Make sure that whoever operates your boat is experienced, competent and, equally important, sober.

Quick action saved passengers when casino boat caught fire

On January 14, 2018, a vessel shuttling people to a casino boat moored off the west coast of Florida caught fire, endangering the lives of all on board. The captain was given credit for quick action that helped save the passengers and crew.

Although the cause of the fire is not yet known, the incident highlights the importance of safety aboard any kind of vessel.

What is behind the upswing in South Carolina boat accidents?

In the first half of 2017 alone, reports listed 40 recreational boating accidents in the state of South Carolina, and those included five fatalities.

The Department of Natural Resources is among the agencies that compile such statistics. Along with the numbers, some issues have emerged that the DNR believes might explain why there are so many accidents on the water.

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