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Topic: Know Your Position  (Read 342 times)

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Thought I'd post a reminder to be aware of where you are in relationship to boats OTW.
This boat hit a moored boat because he was blinded by sun glare.

http://fingerlakes.ynn.com/content/top_stories/670380/child-injured-in-sodus-bay-boat-crash/

Be aware if you are between the sun and another boat and the boat is looking into the sun.
There's a very good chance he may not see you.
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