Fire Aboard

Fire has to rank high on every boater’s nightmare list.

 

You have to watch for potential fire hazards, have the right gear, plan what to do and practice.

 

And when all that fails, be ready to leave the boat.

  • For many cooking fires, a fire blanket will do a better job of extinguishing it without all the mess to clean up. Few boats carry one, although they're not expensive. Take a look . . .

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