Source: Gainesville couple finishes 6,000-mile-long boating journey along America’s Great Loop – Gainesville Times
Never underestimate the power of nature. We see examples all the time of the dangers it can pose. That being said, we strongly encourage new boaters to learn how to deal with minor situations and avoid major ones. There’s always another day to hit the water with your boat.
The media seems to confirm that the world is still mad as a hatter. No worries. There’s always boating to put things back into perspective.
Source: Missing buoys cause concern for boaters and swimmers
Source: CDC Shortens COVID Testing Time Period for Vaccinated Travelers Going on a Cruise | Travel + Leisure
Source: With Surge In New Boaters, Some Worry About Safety On The Seas | WBUR News
Source: ‘An eyesore’: An armada of ghostly cruise ships is clogging the Italian Riviera, and locals are fed up | Fortune
Labor Day used to be about celebrating and acknowledging the working person. These days, with all the turmoil, we’ve forgotten that. We here at Harbor News tip our hat to all the hard work and people doing it. You keep the world moving.
Another holiday weekend in the middle of a non-stop pandemic. At this point, instead of feeling compelled to do something because it’s the end of summer, don’t. Relax, unwind, spend some time doing things you like and let all of this craziness pass. It’s just another holiday, there will be others. Be safe friends.
Source: Families of Conception Dive Boat Victims File Lawsuit Against U.S. Coast Guard | Local News – Noozhawk.com
Source: Water, boating safety takes precedence ahead of Labor Day weekend | Brownwood News