I guess my point is I usually go out of my way to help. *And obviously most people are thankful. *Realistically, all you should do is make sure everyone is okay and not in danger and then call a professional tow boat. *That would really be the proper thing to do for all parties involved.
*I wish there was a professional tow boat service in my boating area. There is not.**So one must do what ever you can to help a boater in distress.
It is almost like a Mayday every body listens everybody goe's.
Must be nice to have those things available to you.
People come to Alaska and think it is just one pig park. I have to tell you. It isn't. There are no park rangers on the corner and most of the Troopers cover an area the size of most states. Every time you go out you are on your own.
Refrence my signature.**If you cant fix it.**Don't have a requirement for it.* As sure as you do it will break and leave you stranded.
Like never go out in the dink with just the outboard. gotta have a back up.*An oar
I kind of like it that way.
-- Edited by skipperdude on Monday 27th of June 2011 02:45:45 PM