Tell us about your boating experience for your chance to win
21 June 2019
DPTI’s Maritime Safety team wants to better understand current boating knowledge, skills and behaviour of recreational South Australian boaters.
Your feedback will assist in planning future safety education materials and activities.
Regular prizes* are up for grabs so follow this link to get involved.
The survey closes on April 30.
We have winners!
The first of five prizes has been won by Matthew Harrington of Berri, Riverland – congratulations!
Here is Matthew being presented with his new automatic inflatable lifejacket by Service SA branch Assistant Manager, Chloe.
The next prize will be drawn in early October. To go into the draw fill in the boating safety survey to share your boating experience.
Trevor and Chris McEvoy of Henley Beach are the lucky winners of the second survey prize draw!
The family fishes from a 6 metre half cabin boat, as well as a small duck punt and were pleased to receive their new lifejacket from Phil Moffatt of DPTI.
Congratulations to Trevor and Chris!
The next prize will be drawn in mid December – a great Christmas surprise! – to be part of the draw just fill in the boating safety survey to share your boating experience.
Our third winner is Graham Peach scoring a brand new lifejacket from Marine Safety Officer, Roy Pront.
Graham is a grandfather who loves to fish in metropolitan waters and off Yorke Peninsula – with a new lifejacket on board he’s all set for a safe Christmas/New Year break.
The next prize will be drawn in mid-February. To be part of the draw just fill in the boating safety survey to share your boating experience.
Robert Knight of Cape Jervis is the lucky winner of the fourth survey prize draw! Congratulations Robert!
The last prize will be drawn in May. To be part of the draw, just complete the survey before it closes on 30 April.
John Waters of Kingston, Southeast has taken out our lucky last boating safety survey prize! We’re sure his brand new lifejacket will be put to good use on his next fishing trip.