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Stay safe on the water!


We want you to stay safe and enjoy your visit to the Broads National Park. It’s a wild and beautiful place – but like many wild and beautiful things, it’s best to treat it with a bit of respect. Relax, but be aware of potential dangers and the unpredictable nature of wild places. If you’re going boating, please follow this guidance to keep safe and read the Boating Basics guide on pages 21-28, including ‘How to cross Breydon Water’ on page 26.


Wear a life


jacket to keep safe – and always wear one when you are on deck, getting on and off or tying up your boat


Plan


ahead – prepare and take care, there are very low bridges, tides and other challenges


Don’t jump


when mooring – plan where and how to moor safely, and share this plan with everyone on board


Don’t drink


and drive or sail – you need to stay in control to stay safe


Hold on when moving around


– boats are affected by tide, wind and waves made by other boats


Don’t swim – never put yourself in danger by entering the water. If someone falls in, never let them approach the back of a boat while the engine’s on – boats have a sharp propeller at the back


Slow down – give yourself time to do things safely and enjoy your visit For more guidance go to broads-authority.gov.uk/boating-essentials


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