Young brother and sister boating

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Two young boys die, brother fighting for life after northern Minnesota boating accident

How to Plan a Boating with Family Vacation - Van Isle Marina

With a new sailboat in tow, Dan Risland set out Friday with his three young sons for what was to have been a blissful, windy, spring afternoon on Clearwater Lake in northern Minnesota. But the outing turned deadly when a strong gust of wind caught their sail, capsizing the boat and throwing 2-year-old Jacob, 6-year-old Zech and 8-year-old Isaiah into the frigid lake water. Of the three boys, only Isaiah survived. On Saturday, he was in critical condition at Children's Hospital of Minneapolis, with his devastated parents by his bedside. The loss of the two young lives has rattled residents of the region near Risland's home in tiny Leonard, Minn. In the past decade, a similar incident has happened only once in Clearwater County, the sheriff said on Saturday.

Boating Accident Involving Brother and Sister Settles for $430,000

By Lauren M. Johnson , CNN. CNN A 7-year-old boy in Florida is being hailed a hero after he swam ashore to get help when his sister and dad got swept away by a current.
The weather is warming up out there, and we know many, many happy boaters who are eager to be heading out on the water with their families to mark the official start of boating season. A family boating vacation is the perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle of your everyday routine. It also just so happens that time on your yacht or motorboat is the best form of self-isolation that our Van Isle Marina staff can think of. Depending on the ages of the children who will be on board, there are certain extra safety precautions you can take, such as adding a safety net to the deck to help everyone relax easier. Go over all the safety precautions with young children, especially to remind them of the rules of no running and throwing things.