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i cant driveWelcome on board. I assume you are on the high functioning end of the spectrum. Do you have a driver’s license ? Operating a boat can be more involving that driving a car. The reason is that on the road the regulations are very clear and most people follow them. In the water is more like the Wild West and boats will show up where you don’t expect them. For example imagine a car like scenario we’re you might be driving on the highway and so ring is driving the wrong direction.
I understand. I thought maybe you were looking to buy a boat. But after seeing some of your other posts you are just looking to enjoy a day in the water. In that case I would commander 2 things.i cant drive
thanksI understand. I thought maybe you were looking to buy a boat. But after seeing some of your other posts you are just looking to enjoy a day in the water. In that case I would commander 2 things.
1. always use a type 1 life jacket. They are also called off shore life jackets. See attached picture. They look goofy but they are very very reliable. anytime my kids are in salt water those are the life jackets they are one.
2. try to find a responsible and patient person who is willing to take you along. I am sure your will have a great time