Safe/Sea Boating News Archive
As many of you prepared to launch your boat for the 2007 boating season, you may have been shocked to receive a new contract in the mail from your marina, detailing a bevy of new rules. These new rules cover everything from painting your bottom to disposal of rags.
The old Jamestown Bridge is coming down. As many of you know, the dismantling of the old bridge started in January with the removal of large steel supports and moved on to the removal of the actual roadway, making it impassable.
On Thursday August 10th, Safe/Sea unveiled its new promotional display at Providence Airport, on the Delta/Southwest concourse, directly in front of the T.G.I.Friday's restaurant.
Every week, thousands of vessels cruise the waters just south of Newport. Many may catch a brief glimpse of the barrels that appear to be floating atop the swells, however few realize the danger that lurks just beneath the surface. These barrels are in place to mark the many fish traps that stretch from Sachuest Point to Brenton Reef, and can turn a day on the water into a day fraught with peril.
This revised notice summarizes Rhode Island's new No-Discharge Compliance Program, which took effect on June 1, 2006 after being modified by several important legislative changes. This notice updates and replaces prior notices on the program issued over the past year.