It takes just a couple of hours to get your boat and jetski licence on the Noosa River. Do the theory online first (if you wish) then book in for the practical assessment.
Now is the time to start thinking about getting your boat or jetski licence. Do the practical training on the beautiful Noosa River on the Sunshine Coast. You can do the theory online first (if you wish). https://www.facebook.com/NeedaLicence.com.au/
Courses every Saturday, Sunday and midweek on the Noosa River.
Emergencies happen quickly on the water, so it’s vitally important to the safety of all on board to ensure easy access to safety equipment. Under the current legislation, a life jacket – also known as personal flotation devices (PFDs) must be worn: by people under 12 years when travelling in an open boat less … Continue reading New Life Jacket Rules For Boaties
Compressions only CPR The Australian Resuscitation Council has introduced several changes to CPR. Following extensive international research, compressions only CPR is now acceptable if the rescuer is either unwilling or unable to perform the rescue breathing. The survival rate between survivors who have received breathing and compressions CPR compared to those who have had compressions … Continue reading Recent first aid changes
Safety equipment and operational changes Lifejackets Everyone onboard to wear a personal flotation device (PFD) when in an open boat under 4.8 metres in length when crossing coastal bars. This applies to recreational boats and commercial and fishing ships. Designated coastal bars which when crossing everyone must wear a PFD. Currumbin Bar Tallebudgera Bar … Continue reading Boat and Jetski New Safety Rules 2012
We will beat any quote for a boat or jetski licence at Noosa, Sunshine Coast Only $140 for either a boat or jet ski licence or $240 for both licences on the same day. Fully accredited Qld Transport approved Boatsafe courses – 6 hours for boat licence, 2 hours for jet ski licence, all vessels … Continue reading We will beat any quote
There are few knots that you use more in boating than the Bowline. It’s a simple knot for making a loop in a line. It holds tight under pressure and it’s easy to undo. This video from the Brownies Coastwatch Vault shows an easy way to remember how to tie it. You my be wondering … Continue reading How to Tie a Bowline Knot