Behind the Scenes of Engine Cut-Off Devices
America's Boating Channel Releases Season Four Video Production Stills
Every Friday afternoon at 4:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), a new behind-the-scenes album will debut on America's Boating Channel's Facebook page.
This week, the "Engine Cut-Off Devices" video will be highlighted concurrently on AmericasBoatingChannel.com and America's Boating Channel on YouTube.
"Engine Cut-Off Devices" covers the importance of this safety equipment for recreational boating. Viewers will learn about traditional lanyard type devices and new wireless systems. Also featured are legal requirements for using engine cut-off devices.
America's Boating Channel videos are enjoying higher levels of viewership as Americans increasingly turn to boating as a recreational outlet during the coronavirus pandemic. Screening boater education videos is an excellent way for boaters to prepare for safer experiences on the water.
The service recently completed a six-episode flight of highly viewed weekly online magazine shows called "America's Boating Channel LIVE," designed to help recreational boaters cope with sheltering in place. The series can be viewed at bit.ly/LIVEBinge.
America's Boating Channel's Season Four video titles include "Boater Education," "Engine Cut-Off Devices," "Life Jacket Care," "Behavioral Consequences,"
America's Boating Channel is now accepting suggestions for subject matter to be covered in Season Five. Email INFO@AmericasBoatingChannel.com. (mailto:info@
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America's Boating Channel™ is produced by United States Power Squadrons® (USPS) under a grant from the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund administered by the U.S. Coast Guard. America's Boating Channel features professionally produced high definition safe boating and boater education videos. As the premier boating organization dedicated to "Safe Boating through Education" since 1914, USPS is America's Boating Club® – For Boaters, By Boaters™.
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