Clean Seas, Please! Tips for Trash-Free Boating

Clean Seas, Please! Tips for Trash-Free Boating

G’day, skippers! It’s your favorite boat licence buddies here, sailing into your feed with a dose of boating wisdom and a splash of good vibes. Today, we’re not just talking about boats, knots, or fishing tales. Nope, we’re diving deep into a topic that’s close to our aquatic hearts – keeping our waterways pristine and trash-free! So, grab a cuppa, sit back, and let’s have a little chat about the real sea monsters: rubbish and pollution.

Now, we all know that New South Wales is a gem when it comes to stunning water bodies. From the Sydney Harbour to the pristine beaches along the North and South Coast, we’ve got a slice of paradise right all around our backyard. But, and it’s a big but, with great beauty comes great responsibility. It’s time to address the pesky problem of litter in our water.

Picture this: You’re cruising along, feeling the wind in your hair, the sun on your face, and suddenly, you spot it – a rogue plastic bottle bobbing in the water like an uninvited guest at a party. Not cool, right? We get it, accidents happen, but let’s be honest, nobody likes a party pooper, especially in our waterways.

So, why should you care? Well, aside from being a decent human being who cares about the environment, there’s a little thing called marine life. Our aquatic friends don’t appreciate dodging plastic bags or swimming through discarded wrappers. They’ve got enough on their fins without our garbage clogging up their homes.

Now, let’s talk solutions. It’s as easy as ABC – Always Bin your Crap! That’s right, folks. Toss that candy wrapper, coke can, or rogue hat into a bin, not overboard. We’ve got bins on the docks, at marinas, and even on some fancy pontoons. It’s like a game of “Trashketball” – aim for the bin, score a clean waterway!

And here’s a little secret – disposing of your waste responsibly isn’t just for the do-gooders. It’s the law, mate! In NSW, we take our waters seriously, and that means fines for those who treat it like a rubbish dump. So, save your hard-earned dollars for snagging that big fish or upgrading your boat stereo, not for paying fines.

Now, we know Aussies love a good beach barbie, but let’s not turn our waterways into a rubbish tip. Pack your leftovers, chuck your rubbish in the bin, and let’s keep our aquatic playgrounds pristine for generations to come.

In a nutshell, folks, it’s simple – respect the water, respect each other, and bin your trash. As your go-to boat licence providers, we’re not just about getting you on the water, but making sure that water stays as blue, clear, and inviting as ever. Cheers to clean seas, good times, and a boatload of respect for our waters! Until next time, happy boating!

Bonus step: get your licence

Don’t be a trashy person, bin your rubbish and be a responsible, licenced skipper.

Our NSW boat and PWC licence courses are delivered by experienced and accredited trainers who provide in-depth education to not only pass the licence exam, but to also stay safe on the water.

To get your licence, you can book online or reach out to our friendly office team on (02) 9524 5678.

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