PLEASE SUPPORT THE ADOPT-A-BUOY PROGRAM – HELP MAKE OUR LAKE SAFER

One of Lake Havasu Marine Association’s primary concerns for boaters is on-the-water safety.  Properly placed and maintained directional and warning buoys rank at the top of the list when it comes to keeping boaters safe.

At present, 43 of the buoys on Lake Havasu plus an additional seven at the I-40 Bridge no-wake zone, are owned by the Lake Havasu Marine Association and with a PATON (private aids to navigation permit) from the U.S. Coast Guard. These buoys perform an important function ranging from designating no wake zones to warning of dangerous shallow water hazards.

Because of governmental agency budget restrictions, the Lake Havasu Marine Association has stepped forward to purchase and install new buoys, or replace missing ones, when needed. This is not an inexpensive endeavor, but a necessity to maintain boater safety.

For that reason, the Lake Havasu Marine Association is partnering with River Whips in a new “Adopt A Buoy” campaign to help raise funds to keep our waterways as safe as possible. If you would like to "Adopt-A-Buoy", please visit:  http://www.riverwhips.net for more information.

DID YOU KNOW THAT RIVER WHIPS NOW HAS A MONTHLY DIGITAL MAGAZINE? AND, IT'S FREE TO SUBSCRIBE! CHECK-OUT THE LATEST EDITIONS OF RIVER WHIPS MAGAZINE -- CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW.

http://www.riverwhipsmag.com/november2018/

http://www.riverwhipsmag.com/december2018/

http://www.riverwhipsmag.com/january-2019/

 

 

 

 


Our Commitment... Prevent The Spread of AIS

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Quagga mussels are mollusks, originating from Eastern Europe and brought to the Great Lakes region in the late 1980s in the ballast water of ocean-going ships from abroad. Quagga and Zebra mussels have spread to more than 30 states by hitching rides on boats moving between infested waters to uncontaminated waters. Mussels have proven to do massive economic and environmental harm. It is imperative that everyone do their part in helping to prevent the spread of this troubling menace.

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Clean Lake, Clean Beaches

One of the most important self-imposed duties of the Lake Havasu Marine Association is keeping our lake and beaches as clean as possible.  Back in 2009, it became apparent that something needed to be done in order to maintain Lake Havasu’s many pristine beaches.  The answer was our trash bag campaign which is still very much a vital service that our member volunteers provide to the recreational boating community of Lake Havasu.

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Coming Events

8th Annual Sand-Water-RV Expo
Date: November 16, 2019 - November 17, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Lake Havasu State Park, Windsor 4, Lake Havasu City AZ
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