Kayaking and canoeing represent more than 15% of all recreational boating fatalities in the U.S.
There are 1 comment on the United States Coast Guard story from Jul 22, 2008, titled Kayaking and canoeing represent more than 15% of all recreational boating fatalities in the U.S.. In it, United States Coast Guard reports that:
In a year where overall recreational boating fatalities decreased from 710 in 2006 to 685 in 2007 the number of fatalities associated with the use of canoes/kayaks increased to 107 in 2007 as compared with 99 ...
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#1 Dec 23, 2008
Wow, I never knew that Kayaking and canoeing represent more than 15% of all recreational boating fatalities in the U.S.. That's pretty interesting...
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