We are staying at the Waterstone in Boca Raton this weekend and renting a boat. Woo Hoo! I am super excited to be getting my husband out on the water. In my last post, I talked about how determined I am to make boating part of my life again. I grew up boating with my parents and all through college and law school. I even having boating license! Since my husband is unfamiliar with boating, we don’t do it much. I can only remember boating with him twice in 7 years! Madness…I know!
Discover Boating is the way I am going to ease him into boating without the commitment of purchasing. You can borrow and rent them all through resources on DiscoverBoating.com. Find the boat for you here!
You have to check out this short film –The Good Run had me in tears remembering how awesome the water can be. It is a short film about a man’s life spent on the water, by Inception’s award-winning cinematographer, Wally Pfister. This heartwarming film showcases just how big a role boating can play in life’s most memorable moments. If that doesn’t pull at your heart strings, this video definitely will.
Discover Boating is a national, nonprofit program on behalf of the US recreational boating industry aimed to help people get on the water to experience the fun of boating. For those looking to get their feet wet, DiscoverB is an unbiased online resource packed with accessible, interactive features on all things boating, including a boat selector tool, get on the water tab where you can find rentals, classes, and charters, cost comparison tool, renting options, youth boating programs, education courses – even nautical lingo and how-to videos.
Check out the Discover Boating Youth Programs here. I am very excited about getting my daughter on the water. She is already wearing her Finding Dory life vest in preparation for going on the boat today.