Also in Episode Four, the “31 MayDay Challenge,” a month-long competitive self-isolation activity contest, will be announced.
The weekly online magazine show, designed to help recreational boaters cope with sheltering in place continues its focus on personal safety for essential outings, plus boating lifestyle tips on motion pictures, music, television programs, books, and puzzles.
The fourth episode of “America’s Boating Channel LIVE” will premiere Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 PM EDT on AmericasBoatingChannel.com and America’s Boating Channel’s YouTube channel.
The program will include an original musical performance, recreational boat simulator demonstration, and interactive online weather seminar.
Viewers will learn about identiy theft protection as a new benefit of joining United States Power Squadrons® – America’s Boating Club® – and how to keep their sense of humor.
The show is not only for boaters, it’s also by boaters, with volunteers from around the country serving remotely as segment contributors and on-camera talent.
Episode Four contributors include Kristi Anderson, Mary Catherine Berube, Gary Cheney, Megan Humphrey, Cheryl Lowry, Louis McBride, Scott & Anna Morris, Mark & Jeanne Nooney, Louie Ojeda, John O’Reilly, Brian Pinkston, Andy Sumberg, Holly Tompkins, Chuck Wells, and Jim Zeigler.
America’s Boating Channel videos are now enjoying increased viewership as Americans stay home to protect themselves and others from the COVID-19 pandemic. Screening boater education videos is an excellent way for boaters to prepare for safer experiences on the water.
Production of America’s Boating Channel’s fourth season of original boating safety videos is near completion. This year’s new titles, which will launch in May, include “Boater Education,” “Engine Shut-Off Devices,” “Life Jacket Care,” “Cold Weather Boating,” “Behavioral Consequences,” Introducing ATONS” (aids to navigation), “Dispelling BUI Myths“ (boating under the influence), “Life Jacket Labels,” and “Electric Shock Drowning (ESD).”