Other ways to make the boat more accessible could include equipping it with extra seating, handrails to help keep occupants steady, and plenty of cup holders for cold and hot beverages!
If the person is conscious and able to climb, the safest way to retrieve them from the water is with a swim platform or boarding ladder. Throw them a flotation device with a towline attached and pull them to the ladder or platform. The person can then climb back into the boat safely.
Hoist him out of the wheelchair, put the wheelchair in the boat, swing him over the rail and lower the bosun chair back into the wheelchair. Get him situated in the cockpit with wheelchair brakes on. They seem to be adequate but you’ll want to check their tightness.
Use a buoyant heaving line:
If someone on your pleasure craft falls overboard, you need to immediately: Reduce speed and toss the victim a lifejacket or PFD, unless you know he or she is already wearing a lifejacket or PFD.
Stability, access and comfort allow pontoons to accommodate everyone, including people with physical disabilities. However, some pontoon customers do have larger wheelchairs, and many manufacturers can accommodate them. “We can make our side gates wider so they are wheelchair-accessible,” said Siegert of Crest.
If you are operating a boat and you hear the fog signal of another boat you cannot see, you should immediately reverse the engine or even stop it if you can do that (for the safety of everyone).
Tying a rope in U-shape on any side of the boat If you don’t have a rope ladder, then you can use this simple trick. Just tie a rope in the U-shape on any side of the boat. If anyone falls aboard, with the help of this rope, he can take support by keeping his leg on the rope, and he can get into the boat.
Based on the true story of two divers, accidentally abandoned in the middle of the ocean, shot on DV and featuring real, untrained sharks, it managed to elicit tension and suspense, despite having a pretty weak script. Open Water 2: Adrift was released last year.
Turn your boat around and slowly pull alongside the victim, approaching the victim from downwind or into the current, whichever is stronger. Stop the engine. Pull the victim on board over the stern, keeping the weight in the boat balanced, especially in small boats.
Steps for a Man Overboard Situation