Golden Yacht Charters and Primetime Luxury Watercraft

Over 20 yachts and boats at
two of the largest marinas in Miami:
Miami Beach and Sea Isle
1-305-532-2628
En Espanol (305) 842-3539
SALESTEAM@GOLDENYACHTCHARTERS.COM

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  • How to Protect Your Phone

    from water on a powerboat

    How to Protect Your Phone from Water on a Powerboat

    We love our smartphones, and it can be painful to damage or lose one. Though they may be technologically advanced, they’re still vulnerable to the elements. While you’re out on the water, you may worry about keeping your smartphone safe. How do you prevent damage? What should you keep in mind before you set sail on your powerboat? If you don’t want to leave your smartphone behind, there are options. Primetime Luxury Watercraft offers the tips below for your consideration.

    Keep It in Your Purse or Bag

    While you’re out enjoying yourself, make sure your smartphone stays in your purse or bag. This can be difficult if you’re distracted. For example, after you take a picture, you may place the phone on the seat next to you. The best thing to do is immediately put the phone away before you forget. If you’re really worried, invest in a plastic baggie and keep the phone in it for extra protection until you get back to shore.

    Purchase a Waterproof Case

    Believe it or not, you can buy a waterproof case for your smartphone. These special plastic cases are available for many smartphone models on the market and offer the protection you need. You have the freedom to call or text without removing the case. Some cases float when dropped in water. Shop around to find the case that works best for you.

    When the time comes to charter a boat, call the friendly team at Primetime Luxury Watercraft. We can help you in your search for the perfect Miami boat rentals. Have the time of your life and leave the work to us.


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