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.
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