... the links below. For information on getting a Vessel Safety Check visit the VSC
page. ... A float plan should contain the following information: Where you are ...
A float plan should: Describe the vessel, including its number, size, make,
capacity, horsepower, and type of engine. State where you are going, the
a date and time to contact the authorities. The purpose of filing a float plan is to
provide .... What information should be included in a Float Plan? The date and
A float plan lets your family and friends know your whereabouts and, should a trip
come to grief, the plan will give the searchers a head start locating your boat.
A float plan can and should include all of the following information: name,
address, and phone number of trip leader; name and number of all passengers, ...
Float Plan. If you are planning on an extended or even a weekend fishing or
boating trip, you should leave a ... The following information should be included:.
For the prepared, however, the few moments consumed in preparing and filing a
float plan is undeniably priceless. Types of Plans. General Purpose – Used for ...
be depended upon to notify the Coast Guard, or other rescue organization,
should you not return or ... For additional copies of this plan, go to: www.
floatplancentral.org ... instructions on the Boating Emergency Guide™ included
with this plan, or on .... contact you with additional information and/or questions
INSTRUCTIONS: Complete this plan before you go boating and leave it with a ...
to notify the Coast Guard, or other rescue organization, should you not return or ...
COMMUNICATIONS: (Check all onboard & supply requested information) ... the
Boating Emergency Guide included with this plan, or on the World Wide Web at:.
Highlighting important aspects relative to your voyage, float plans include all the
information needed for search and rescue to find you should something go ...