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    The Importance of Wearing a Life Jacket on a Powerboat

    Life jackets are a staple of any boat trip. However, some people fail to recognize their importance. They may assume that a life jacket is uncomfortable or serves no purpose – this couldn’t be further from the truth. At Primetime Luxury Watercraft, we keep safety at the forefront, no matter what. If you want to know why life jackets should always be a priority when you charter a boat in Miami, the information below may help.

    They Keep You Afloat If You’re Injured or Unconscious

    Think of a life jacket as a seat belt or the protective gear worn by athletes. You need a life jacket to help prevent serious injuries. If you’re tired or otherwise groggy and the boat tips over, you may not have the mental awareness needed to keep yourself upright. In such a situation, a life jacket makes all the difference. If you hit your leg and can’t move it, a life jacket is also crucial for keeping you afloat until assistance arrives. Primetime Luxury Watercraft provides everyone with life jackets. If you have questions, we’ll gladly answer them. 

    They Protect People of All Ages

    Do you plan to take your elderly parents or a young child along for the ride? There are life jackets for people of all ages – even infants. Every member of your party will have some form of protection, and this is something to keep in mind. Our powerboats receive routine maintenance to ensure quality, but it’s always good to have a plan. 

    Life jackets can be comfortable and keep you safe at the same time. When you’re ready to look at Miami boat rentals, call Primetime Luxury Watercraft and learn more about what we offer.

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