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Figure 2-5: Minnesota Recreational Boating Accidents

Figure 2-5: Minnesota Recreational Boating Accidents

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Figure 2-5: Minnesota Recreational Boating Accidents . If you are a user with disability and cannot view this image, use the table version.  If you need further assistance, call 800-853-1351 or email

NOTES FOR DATA ON THIS PAGE: An accident is listed under one category only, with fatal being the highest priority, followed by non-fatal injury, followed by property damage. For example, if two vessels are in an accident resulting in a fatality and a non-fatal injury, the accident is counted as a fatal accident involving two vessels.

These data do not include: 1) accidents involving only slight injury not requiring medical treatment beyond first-aid; 2) accidents involving property damage of $500 or less; 3) accidents not caused or contributed to by a vessel, its equipment, or its appendages; and 4) accidents in which the boat was used solely as a platform for other activities, such as swimming or skin diving. Such cases are not included because the victims freely left the safety of a boat. However, the data do include accidents involving people in the water who are struck by their boat or another boat.

SOURCE FOR DATA ON THIS PAGE: U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Coast Guard, Boating Statistics, 2000, Washington, DC: 2001, available at as of Nov. 14, 2001.

Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017