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Carbon monoxide poisoning - slow speed or idling
Slow Speed or Idling causes carbon monoxide to accumulate in the cabin, cockpit, and rear deck.
Carbon monoxide poisoning - station wagon effect
Station Wagon Effect causes carbon monoxide to accumulate inside the cabin and cockpit if you are operating the vessel at a high bow angle, if there is an opening that draws in exhaust, or if protective coverings are used when the vessel is underway.