Originally Posted by merlin2375
Thanks man! I guess I'm still getting my mind around these harness things. So I guess it's not easy to move around the boat when you're tethered in?
It's not bad if you're used to doing it... but that is the key... wearing the harness and tether and clipping in so that it becomes second nature makes it much safer to do in bad weather...rather than just using the tether and harness in bad weather and having it become a hindrance and more of a liability. I single-hand a fair amount, so I use the harness and tether when I am single-handing, even in good weather.
Originally Posted by Stryker72
Is this on the packaging? I have not been able to find any of this information online.
The information is on the packaging, but isn't mentioned in the catalog or on-line, and most of the sales people aren't aware that it says this.
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