Ron Werner Wins

Dinghy Digest Weekly Award



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AWARDED FREE Guide Trip With Jerry Tate JT's Guide Service

The FREE guide trip with Jt"s Guide Service to the June 7, 2009 Dinghy Digest question. has been won by
Ron Werner

The question was — What do circles on a buoy mean? Hint, the answer is on page eleven of the Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance booklet.

Ron's answer was correct. This is a regulatory marker. Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance

There were many right answers sent in but Ron's was the first received.

For more information about JT's Guide Service please call Jerry at 623.547.7265.

Jerry_Tate_Spring_Time_In_The_Desert.jpgPhoto Credit Stephanie Tate



AWARDED FREE Guide Trip With Jerry Tate JT's Guide Service

The FREE guide trip with Jt"s Guide Service to the May 10, 2009 Dinghy Digest question. has been won by
Christopher D. Carrillo
District Supervisor
USDA/APHIS/Wildlfie Services, Arizona
8836 N. 23rd Avenue, Suite 2
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Phone(602)870-2081
Fax (602)870-2951

The question was — What does a regulatory marker with a diamond with a cross inside mean? Hint, the answer is on page eleven of the Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance booklet.

Christopher's answer was correct. No boats allowed. Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance

There were many right answers sent in but Christopher's was the first received.

For more information about JT's Guide Service please call Jerry at 623.547.7265.

Jerry_Tate_Spring_Time_In_The_Desert.jpgPhoto Credit Stephanie Tate



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AWARDED FREE Aqua Lodge Rental At Bartlett Lake Marina

The FREE Aqua Lodge rental at Bartlett Lake Marnina has been won by Bill and Judy McBurney for sending in the FIRST correct answer to the May 3, 2009 Dinghy Digest question.

Bill & Judy McBurney
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800.256.7596

The question was — What does a regulatory marker with a diamond with a cross inside mean? Hint, the answer is on page eight of the Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance booklet.

Bill and Judy's answer was correct. Diver Down, No Boats Allowed Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance

There were many right answers sent in but Bill and Judy's was the first received.

For more information on Bartlett Lake Aqua Lodges and Bartlett Lake Marina www.bartlettlake.com/aqualodge/aqualodge.php



AWARDED FREE Aqua Lodge Rental At Bartlett Lake Marina

The FREE Aqua Lodge rental at Bartlett Lake Marnina has been won by Pete Johnson for sending in the FIRST correct answer to the April 26, 2009 Dinghy Digest question.

The question was — How long may non-resident owned watercraft currently registered in another state be operated on the waters of Arizona?

Pete's answer was correct. Ninty Days - Page 4 of Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance

There were many right answers sent in but Pete's was the first received.

For more information on Bartlett Lake Aqua Lodges and Bartlett Lake Marina www.bartlettlake.com/aqualodge/aqualodge.php



AWARDED FREE Boat Rental At Bartlett Lake Marina

The FREE boat rental at Bartlett Lake Marnina has been won by Christopher D. Carrillo for sending in the FIRST correct answer to the April 5, 2009 Dinghy Digest question.

The question was — What does underway mean?

Christopher's answer was correct. Underway means that a watercraft on public waters is not at anchor, is not made fast to the shore, or is not aground. Page 2 of Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance

There were many right answers sent in but Christopher's was the first received.

For more information on Bartlett Lake Aqua Lodges and Bartlett Lake Marina www.bartlettlake.com/aqualodge/aqualodge.php



AWARDED FREE Boat Rental At Bartlett Lake Marina

The FREE boat rental at Bartlett Lake Marnina has been won by Ron Werner for sending in the FIRST correct answer to the March 15, 2009 Dinghy Digest question.

The question was — What is meant by a regulatory marker?

Ron's answer was correct. Regulatory Marker means any anchored or fixed marker on or near the waer, other than aids to navigation, including markers to indicate swimming areas, speed zones, danger points, wakeless areas, keep-out areas, mooring buoys and general information. Page 2 of Arizona Boating Laws and Regulations At A Glance

For more information on Bartlett Lake Aqua Lodges and Bartlett Lake Marina www.bartlettlake.com/aqualodge/aqualodge.php



AWARDED FREE Night In Bartlett Lake Aqua Lodge

The FREE night in a beautiful Bartlett Lake Aqua Lodge has been won by Sue Alexander for sending in the FIRST correct answer to the March 8, 2009 Dinghy Digest question.

The question was — When you are in waters bounded by more than one state and you are not sure which state's laws apply, which state's laws should you follow ?

Sue's answer was correct. Whichever state’s law(s) are most stringent for the circumstance.

For more information on Bartlett Lake Aqua Lodges and Bartlett Lake Marina www.bartlettlake.com/aqualodge/aqualodge.php


 

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