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4 Tips on How to Stay Safe at Sea
How to Stay Safe at Sea Summer is a great time to enjoy the sun and the seaside, but both the beach and the sea can be full of dangers. To stay safe and protect your family you have know how to deal with all kinds of unexpected situations that can happen in the water. So grab a pen and paper and get ready to take note of these general safety rules when it comes to resting at the seaside. Don’t forget to pack all the beach necessities 0:55 You absolutely need to pack a first aid kit with medications for a variety of emergencies, prescriptions and devices like inhalers or EpiPens, sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30, coolers with ice, plenty of bottled water, drinks and food. What to do if you’ve spotted a shark 1:44 Statistically, you have more chances of drowning somewhere near the beach or even being struck by lightning than becoming a victim of a shark attack. Still, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Be careful what you wear: sharks can negatively react to bright colors or shiny things. If you've spotted a shark, stay calm and concentrate on getting away and out of the water. Check for signs of aggression indicating that the animal is about to attack. If an attack seems inevitable, take a defensive position. Try to put a solid object between you and the animal. If there’s nothing at hand, the best way to scare a shark away is to scratch at its eyes or gills. How to avoid a jellyfish sting 6:02 Choose an area where you can swim safely. If you know that there are jellyfish around, avoid that place. If you’ve been stung by a jellyfish, get out of the water and stay calm. Don't touch or scratch the place of the sting because there might still be some tentacles attached to your skin. Pour some sea water over the affected area and leave it, don’t dry it off with a towel or anything. Then, pour a generous amount of vinegar over the tentacles in your skin and let it sit for at least half a minute. To relieve the pain, submerge the injured part of your body in warm water (about 110°F). What to do if you've stepped on a sea urchin 8:36 Make sure you’re not feeling any chest pain, nausea, or difficulty breathing. If you are, call emergency services. And if not, start by removing all the spines. Use tweezers to pull them out, especially if the ends of the spines are protruding. If they’re not, you can use hot wax. Once you’re sure that there are no spines left in your body, clean the wound with soap and water. What to do if you’ve been pulled into a rip current 9:50 Before going into the water, check for any suspicious-looking channels. Places with rip currents can be foamier or, on the contrary, quieter than others. If you've still got caught by the current, stay calm, it won't pull you underwater. If you start swimming parallel to the shore, you’ll manage to escape its pull. Music: Better_Than_It_Used_To_Be https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Beach necessities 0:55 What to do if you’ve spotted a shark 1:44 How to avoid a jellyfish sting 6:02 What to do if you've stepped on a sea urchin 8:36 What to do if you’ve been pulled into a rip current 9:50 SUMMARY -You absolutely need to pack a first aid kit with medications for a variety of emergencies, prescriptions and devices like inhalers or EpiPens, sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30, coolers with ice, plenty of bottled water, drinks and food. -Never go into the water if there’s a posted warning on the beach. Don’t swim at night or at dawn or dusk. In the extremely rare instance of a prolonged deadly encounter, try to put a solid object between you and the animal (for example, a diving mask or surfboard). Don't stop fighting, this way the shark will get the message that you’re not worth all the trouble. -Pay attention to warning signs and watch for purple flags. That's the international sign that you’ll most likely encounter jellyfish in the water. If you see a jellyfish that’s washed ashore, don't touch it. -Start by removing all the spines. Use tweezers to pull them out, especially if the ends of the spines are protruding. If they’re not, you can use hot wax. Put it on the affected area, wait for it to dry, and pull it off; it’ll take the spines with it. -If you enter the water and feel a strong pull, get out immediately. As soon as the water gets up to your chest, it’ll be practically impossible to break free. If you've still got caught by the current, stay calm, it won't pull you underwater. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
Views: 2363657 BRIGHT SIDE
Safety at Sea - SAS/ISAF - Seminar
For more information on SAS or ISAF please visit http://www.sailaweighllc.com Or http://www.ussailing.org/ for additional information. I had to attend the safety at sea seminar in order for Volvo to let me tryout for the OBR job. This is some of the footage I captured during my experience. Sponsored by http://soundclipstudio.com/ Sound engineer Sean Powers Produced and Edited by Justin Richard Edelman For photos please use this link https://1drv.ms/f/s!AiNdRMBQrf3egZR0SHsVKOExZ1u76A Interview with John Miller, USCG Merchant Marine Master with Sailing Endorsement Justin: Why are more races pushing the SAS certificate? John: It is a proven fact from data collected from World Sailing (formerly ISAF), RYA, US Sailing, USCG . . . Trained sailors have fewer accidents and when they do have an accident, the seriousness of the consequences are not as great as compared to those who have no training; simple logic.  World Sailing and RYA (Royal Yachting Association) have been leaders in the industry to push for both didactic and hands-on training for safety certification programs.  US Sailing has recently partnered with World Sailing to standardize safety programs globally.  In addition, World Sailing and ORR (Offshore Racing Rules) have codified safety training requirements in racing rules; the basis for individual event NOR's (Notice of Race).  Couple this with Marine insurers who have reviewed the data and are requiring compliance with NOR's and you have a perfect storm. Justin: Was there any particular event that caused the program to be put in place? John: Actually PacCup 2018 is requiring US Sailing 2 Day SAS with hands-on training or ISAF (equivalent program offered by World Sailing).  This is an upgrade from the requirement of 1 or 2 Day SAS for the owner, captain, all watch captains a minimum of 30% of crew; now accepting only the 2 Day SAS or ISAF.  On the Eastern Seaboard, ARC - World Cruising Club is requiring the 2 Day SAS OR ISAF for ALL crew.  Atlantic Cup is quickly moving to match ARC.  TransPac is discussing to standardize to the 2 Day SAS like PacCup.  Locally, the Newport to Ensenada Race (200 yachts) notified all registered vessels that they will be enforcing NOR requirements for safety training.  Putting it altogether, upgraded requirements coupled with stricter enforcement is driving the need for participants to certify, re-certify and take safety training seriously. Justin: In your words, why is it important to do SAS?\ John: Being a USCG Merchant Marine Master with Sailing Endorsement, I am responsible for the safety and well being of every crew and passenger on my vessel.  Tropic Thunder exceeds minimum requirements of safety gear, policies and procedures.  Regardless, the best equipped, best designed and fastest vessel has no value without a trained and experienced crew.  The best safety products, equipment, policies and procedures have no value if the crew and passengers do not know how to properly use them. Links to channels I used footage from https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_27mGQGjpBnyxxssp_ewSQ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1jjGYgHOi4JebDSC34W8rA https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCySm_Zsw0MSmttwjwGs-xKA https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd-kj8ShMRRDKrONtkjVRgg https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLf-YGX9oAEKJ3fVWSVRYPA
Safety At Sea- Fire And Breach In The Vessel
Our worst nightmare! What happens if we get a fire onboard or our hull is breached by crashing into something at sea? We take a few minutes to explain to our new crew how to react and the important things to do to save Delos! Check the links below for more S\V Delos Action! www.svdelos.com www.facebook.com/svdelos www.twitter.com/svdelossailing www.instagram.com/svdelos This made possible by you! Support S/V Delos Videos! http://www.svdelos.com/buy-us-a-beer
Views: 103949 Sailing SV Delos
Safety at Sea
Safety at sea is about people's lives. Not only the lives of the fishermen but also the lives of their dependents. Fishing is recognized as one, if not the most, dangerous occupation in the world. It has been estimated that every year at least 24,000 fishermen lose their lives, the large majority of those on board small fishing vessels. The safety of fishing vessels and fishers involves several interrelated components, such as the design, construction and equipment of vessels. However, social and economic pressures as well as overcapacity and overfishing of coastal resources are probably the major factors that have negated efforts to improve safety at sea. In this interview, Ari Gudmundsson, Fishery Industry Officer (Vessels), Fishing Operations and Technology Branch (FIRO) of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), explains what FAO is doing to improve safety at sea and the importance of international cooperation to achieve this globally. © FAO: http://www.fao.org www.safety-for-fishermen.org
Safety at Sea
PalmaMultimedia produces a range of bespoke safety presentations that are invaluable in today's yachting market. They demonstrate procedures in the event of an emergency and allow fast access to equipment information. the videos can be tailored for guest information or for crew familiarisation when joining a new vessel. Saves time, saves money. No Safety - Know Pain ------ Know Safety No Pain
Views: 2070 Palma Multimedia
Most of us adore beach resorts and go to one of the large saltwater bodies at least once a year. However, we shouldn’t forget that the sea is as attractive as it is wayward. We at Bright Side wondered how a person who happened to be in the open sea should behave. It turns out there are several rules that aren’t at all difficult to remember. Despair is your most dangerous enemy. Don’t give up hope of being saved. There are many stories of people who were found in the open sea months after their disappearance. For instance, 25-year-old sailor Poon Lim, who worked on a British merchant ship, survived alone 133 days in the open sea. After a shipwreck, he managed to find a raft with fresh water, cookies, flares, and a flashlight. Every day, Lim ate only 2 cookies and made 3 sips of water. To avoid muscle atrophy, he even floated around the raft twice a day. As you can see, human possibilities are endless. The main thing is to keep calm and hope for the best. TIMESTAMPS Calm down 0:35 Choose the right swimming style 0:57 Find something that floats 1:37 Take care of clothes 1:55 Decide what you’ll eat 2:16 Provide yourself with liquid 3:01 Save yourself properly 4:02 Don’t lose hope 5:06 SUMMARY - Panic definitely won’t help you. It can cloud your judgment and make you lose the rhythm of breathing. Therefore, the first thing you should do is to calm down. - The style of swimming you choose determines how long your strength will last. In calm water, it’s better to swim on your back. If waves splash around you, it’s better to swim on your belly. - If you’re in the open sea as a result of a shipwreck or an airplane water landing, there must be plenty of things around you that perfectly keep afloat. It will be even better if it’s a boat or a raft with which ships are equipped. - Remember that open sunlight can be extremely dangerous. So don’t remove your clothes — they’ll protect you from the sun. - If you have rations, divide them into small daily portions. This will make them last for a long time, and you won’t have problems with digestion. - Try to fish even if you have stores of food. After all, fish contain some liquid. - You have to consume the liquid constantly but never drink seawater. - Try to ensure that you always have a couple of empty containers left for collecting rainwater. According to studies, drinking untreated rainwater is safe for your health. - • If you found fluorescein, dissolve it in the water when you see an airplane or ship. It forms a bright spot around you which can be easily seen from the air and from afar. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
Views: 4676065 BRIGHT SIDE
Ep 10 Life Safety at Sea with John Kretschmer
Offshore sailing guru John Kretschmer talks PFDs and life rafts, plus we deploy a Winslow offshore 6-man lift raft in open ocean conditions. Music by Jess Cook (Into the Dark) and Milk Chance (Stoln Dance)
Costa Cruise - comment about safety at sea
The Travel Lady comments on the latest news about the Costa Cruise disaster.
Views: 615 Lesley Keyter
Safe transfer of personnel at sea
Walk to work campaign for MODEC’s FSO MV15 Cidade de Macae in the Campos Basin, offshore Brazil, with the Boskalis anchor handling tug (AHT) Smit Nicobar and Ampelmann E-GXXL gangway.
Safety of Life At Sea || Tug & Tow || Accident on Ship || Crew Member Died || Seamen || Life at sea
An accident took place while doing tow operation. It coused him his life. Safety of life at sea.
Views: 5994 Humans At Sea
RNLI / Finning Safety at Sea
Free safety tips from Finning and the RNLI
Views: 2719 practicalboatowner
Nauticos News Night 3 —  Safety at Sea
It’s News Night on Mermaid Vigilance! Ship crew members preform safety drills as the Eustace Earhart Discovery Expedition team heads southwest towards the Central Pacific.
Views: 644 Nauticos, LLC
The Safety of Life at Sea - New Orleans
New Orleans is the first song off the 2017 album Foxy's Farm by Australian blues/roots/rock band the Safety of Life at Sea. Inspired by a visit during Jazzfest, and pieced together from scribblings on the backs of napkins and coasters by songwriter Kris Schubert. www.safetyoflifeatsea.com www.facebook.com/safetyoflifeatsea www.safetyoflifeatsea.bandcamp.com © Copyright 2017 The Safety of Life at Sea
Survival at Sea Life Rafts
Seafood Training Tasmania Presents a short video to demonstrate how to use a life raft in an emergency situation
Views: 509270 Matthew Jones
Maritime safety
This video was shown in the lecture of Port safety and security class at AMC
Views: 34184 vvthai
Safety at Sea Video
As part of the mFisheries mobile application, the Caribbean ICT Research Programme created a short safety at sea video. Safety first !
Bermuda EPII: Safety at Sea
Video sharing some of the lessons I learned at US Sailing Safety at Sea Seminar prepping for Bermuda. Learn about swimming in foul weather gear with shoes on, hydrostatic PFD automatic inflation and the challenges of climbing into a life raft wearing that inflated PFD. Even in the 70 degree pool some sailors were showing signs of hypothermia! Filmed with GoPro HERO4 Silver and Sony Alpha A5100. Audio recorded with Tascam DR-05 audio recorder and JK MIC-J 044 Lavalier Mic. More filmmaking information here: http://savvysalt.com/blog/film-making-for-under-1000/
Views: 967 SavvySalt
Safe at sea with satellites
At sea, space technology is used to help save lives every day: managing traffic between ships, picking up migrants and refugees in distress or spotting oil spills. The European Space Agency is once again at the forefront developing new technologies and satellites: to keep us safe at sea and to monitor the environment. Space makes a difference here on Earth and certainly at sea where there is no infrastructure.
How to Survive at Sea and Different Natural Disasters
How to Survive Natural Disasters. No one in the world is 100% safe from natural disasters, and you should know exactly how to save your own life and help others in case you find yourself in a critical situation. Pay attention to the right course of action that will help you to survive and assist those around you. Here are some recommendations about what to do and what not to do in critical situations. How to survive an earthquake 2:11 If an earthquake finds you inside, fall to the floor and use anything nearby that is sturdy and strong: a desk, a bed, or a table as a cover. If there's nothing nearby, crouch in an inside corner of the building. Protect your head with your arms. DO NOT go outside. You’re safer inside the building. DO NOT hide under doorways. It’s not safe. Stay inside until you feel the shaking stop. If you are outdoors, stay clear of buildings, utility wires, streetlights, and other objects that may fall. If you're driving, stop the car immediately, but don't leave it. If you are trapped under debris, don't panic, and don't try to get out on your own. Wait for help. How to survive a tornado 5:28 If you're inside when tornado hits, immediately stop whatever you are doing. Find a shelter. If you can't reach an underground shelter, go down to the basement. If you can't get underground, find a room without windows. It should be the closest to the center of the house and on the lowest floor available. Wherever you are, lie down or crouch on the ground with your face turned down. Cover your head with your arms. How to survive a tsunami 7:34 The first thing you need to do in case of tsunami is move as far away from the shore as possible. Find higher ground. It's best if you can get as high up as 100 ft above sea level. If you live in an area that can be affected by a tsunami, plan an evacuation route. This will help you in a critical situation. How to survive a hurricane 8:20 When you hear an announcement about an approaching hurricane, follow the instructions from the authorities. When the hurricane approaches, stay clear of glass doors and windows. Whatever the reason, DO NOT go outside. Even if you think that the hurricane has passed, stay inside until the authorities confirm that it's safe to leave buildings. After the hurricane is over, DO NOT drink tap water. It may be contaminated with bacteria. TIMESTAMPS Rip current 0:52 Earthquake 2:11 Tornado 5:28 Tsunami 7:34 Hurricane 8:20 SUMMARY -Your primary goal is to get back to calm waters. You should NOT try to swim against a rip current. Try to stay calm and persuade yourself that you have the situation under control. -If you’re inside, fall to the floor and find cover. Stay away from windows, glass objects, outside walls and doors. If an earthquake gets you outside, stay clear of buildings, utility wires, streetlights, and other objects that may fall. -When a tornado hits, find a shelter immediately. If you can't get underground, find a room without windows. If you're driving when you hear a tornado warning, try to get to the nearest building as quickly as you can. -In case of tsunami, move as far away from the shore as possible. Find higher ground. Don’t use tall buildings and high trees to seek shelter from a tsunami. -As soon as you hear a hurricane warning, fill all containers in your home (including bathtubs) with water. When the hurricane approaches, stay clear of glass doors and windows. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
Views: 101734 BRIGHT SIDE
Pains Wessex - Safety At Sea Into
Drew Marine Signal & Safety UK Ltd - Comet and Pains Wessex Marine Distress Signals Visit: www.painswessex.com (or) www.comet-marine.com for more details.
Views: 938 DMSSUK
Safety at Sea: MOB/Coast Guard Rescue
Demonstration of man overboard techniques and a mock Coast Guard helicopter rescue. A very small part of the Safety at Sea Course we attended last year at the Naval Academy in Annapolis MD. Highly recommended, links below. US Sailing Association - Safety at Sea Course http://www.ussailing.org/education/safety-at-sea/ This particular course was also sponsored by the Marine Trades Association of Maryland, Inc. http://mtam.org/ P.O. Box 3148 Port Annapolis Marina Annapolis, Maryland 21403 Phone: 410-269-0741
Views: 55 Eric Macom
Safety at sea
Had a great day on water out of Doubtless Bay. My good mate Al kept me entertained with laughter all day.
Views: 176 90 millie
Fire Video - RYC Safety at Sea
A demonstration of proper use of a dry chem fire extinguisher to put out at diesel fire.
Views: 67 Randy M
Be Safe at Sea
Transport Malta's Be Safe at Sea Campaign
Views: 6625 Transport Malta
Safety At Sea Course at SFYC
On the water training for the US Sailing Safety at Sea Course.
Views: 120 IluvitarPrime
Teen Stranded at Sea for 49 Days Is Finally Pulled to Safety
A teen is now safe on dry land after he was lost at sea for 49 days. Rescuers hauled Aldi Novel Adilang onto their ship, where they wrapped him in a blanket. He appeared exhausted, and with good reason. Aldi, 18, was working on a floating fishing trap when the raft broke free of its moorings and he drifted away. He used a lamp and radio to try and hail passing boats, and it finally worked!
Views: 1159700 Inside Edition
Safety functions at sea in Adrena
ADRENA Navigation Software provides many functions related to security at sea to ensure safer navigations: MOB "Man Overboard", AIS, Alarms. The use of these functions offer optimum safety conditions at mooring and at sea.
Safety and Survival at Sea for the Commercial Fishing Industry
Shivering in the frigid waters of the North Pacific is not the time to realize that your safety and survival training was insufficient for a real world emergency. In this new training DVD, come aboard with the North Pacific Fishing Vessel Owner's Association (NPFVOA) as techniques essential to the modern commercial fisherman are explored by modern emergency teams including the US Coast Guard, rescue helicopter pilots and lost-ship survivors.
So In Control - The Safety of Life at Sea
New clip, our second from the new album 'Foxy's Farm'.
Emergency bags promote safety at sea in Niue
In an effort to ensure the safety of lives at sea, 20 emergency 'grab bags' were presented by the European Union Ambassador for the Pacific to small-scale fishers and boat owners in Niue. The emergency kits were made made possible through the Development of Tuna Fisheries in the Pacific Project, an EU supported initiative which is implemented by the Pacific Community (SPC).
Views: 250 Pacific Community
Mariners around the world rely on Inmarsat for safety at sea
Inmarsat charts the 100 year international history of safety at sea and explains why mariners have trusted their lives to FleetBroadband, its next generation satellite safety services, for more than 30 years.
Views: 2136 Inmarsat
Safety At Sea - Switlik - Pt. 1 Choosing a Life Raft
With the help of Capt. Henry Marx from Landfall Navigation, this is video one of a series of Safety at Sea videos using the NEW Offshore Passage Raft from Switlik Survival Products
Nova Scotia Safe at Sea Alliance - Fishing Safety Now
Visit http://www.safeatseans.ca for more information on Fishing Safety Now. Fishing is woven into the fabric of Nova Scotia, but there's no denying it is a dangerous job. The impact of safety within the fishing industry extends beyond fishermen and their vessels to the family and community members who are touched by a loss. A vibrant and prosperous fishing industry in Nova Scotia becomes more possible as it becomes a safer one.
Views: 62768 NS WorkSafeForLife
Inflating Life Raft in a Pool (Safety at Sea Course)
This past weekend I took a Safety at Sea course at West Vancouver Yacht Club. One of the segments we learned how to inflate a life raft and so much more!
Views: 640 Sarah Pacopac
Approached at Sea 100 Miles from Land - Sailing to Ecuador
Encounters at sea, a mini-mahi and checking into Ecuador. A most relaxing-stressful sail. Get all the Details of our trip here: https://gonewiththewynns.com/approached-at-sea Join our crew on Patreon and become a BIGGER part of the adventure: http://bit.ly/patreon-wynn Subscribe and Keep in touch: https://gonewiththewynns.com/join-us First off, let me say I know it was painful to leave you on that big cliffhanger last week. Especially when all the "pirates" wanted was some cookies. I wanted everyone to enjoy the first four days at sea and not muck it up with safety at sea discussions. That said, I really did think it was the perfect cliffhanger ending :) If you want to read our thoughts on safety at sea I URGE YOU TO CLICK OVER TO OUR WEBSITE: https://gonewiththewynns.com/approached-at-sea This vid picks up where we left off and gets us across the equator and into the crazy entrance to Bahia de Caraquez in Ecuador. The last leg of our sail was both relaxing and extremely stressful...a perfect representation of real-world sailing. Love from all of us here aboard s/v Curiosity, - Jason, Nikki, Cleo and Singa (Kate too!) Enjoy our vids? Want to give us a virtual high-five? Treat us to an espresso? Or pitch in on a tank of fuel? Click over to our Tip Jar and see how (most of the ways won’t cost you a dime): https://gonewiththewynns.com/tip-jar What are we filming with??? Get our Up-To-Date camera, accessories, computers & editing gear list, along with our reviews & opinions on our site here: https://gonewiththewynns.com/camera-gear-review-2017 Music: Andrew Applepie http://andrewapplepie.com https://patreon.com/andrewapplepie If you wanna get social with us we're all over the place, hop in and join the adventure here: https://gonewiththewynns.com/join-us © Gone With the Wynns 2017
Views: 394046 Gone with the Wynns
Seatrade Awards 2017 - Safety at Sea won by Reflex Marine Ltd
The transfer of personnel is essential for many operations in the maritime environment. Reflex Marine’s design objectives for the personnel carrier WAVE-4 focussed on reducing the identified risks. It adopted methodologies like those used to evaluate the safety performance of motor vehicles and assess the risk of injury. Vessel motion, crane speeds, sea states and the impact on the human body were among the criteria assessed. Reflex Marine developed a rigorous testing and verification program to confirm that these objectives had been met. With the combination of a carefully engineered carrier and comprehensive operational guidance it is anticipated WAVE-4 will ensure effective, safe transfers.
Views: 102 Seatrade
RFLP: Safety at Sea
Views: 174 Pao Roatana
ISAF "Safety at Sea" Seminar
Video and pictures during the weekend "Safety at Sea" Seminar in November 2014 in order to fulfill the ISAF requirements for offshore regattas. Held at a marine base in Neustadt / Holstein in Germany, we were able to make use of the leak chamber, the fire hall and the wave pool for realistic exercises. These, combined with a lot of hands-on classroom material, made for an excellent course
Views: 750 Sv Zanshin
Safety at Sea
Views: 198 Transport Malta
Safe Boating Lost At Sea You Can Survive - Florida Sport Fishing TV
On this episode's Safe Boating segment, Captain Mike, host of Florida Sport Fishing TV discusses the benefits of a well equipped ditch bag and how this one piece of safety equipment can can help you survive any sort of emergency at sea. New videos every Sunday 9PM.
Views: 2274 Florida Sport Fishing
Safety At Sea In Water Liferaft Training
Boarding a Liferaft and Righting Overturned Liferaft
Views: 12893 sailceili
2018 Safety at Sea Triple Series - Race 1
Saturday 7th July 2018 Organisers Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand Sponsors Safety as Sea NZ Spars & Rigging Baltic Lifejackets PIC Insurance Brokers Video - Live Sail Die Footage: Brad Davies & Richard Milner Editing: Suellen Davies Music: Faster People by Eyal Raz
Views: 793 Live Sail Die
Annapolis Book of Seamanship: Safety at Sea TRAILER
TRAILER... VOL.III: SAFETY AT SEA From the Annapolis Book of Seamanship 5 Video Series by John Rousmaniere based on his famous instructional book about sailing. Full Show Running Time: 87 minutes This how-to sailing video covers proven techniques and equipment for avoiding and handling nautical emergencies. Purchase Downloads and Streaming Rentals on: Vimeo On Demand https://vimeo.com/ondemand/annapolisbookseamanship TheSailingChannel.TV http://www.thesailingchannel.tv/product/annapolis-book-of-seamanship-john-rousmaniere/ New sailors may want to begin with Volume V, Sailing Daysailors. This video provides a great introduction to the principles and mechanics of sailing, which is much easier to grasp and understand sailing a small boat. You can then apply these basic skills to larger craft and have a solid foundation for the sailing skills presented in the other four volumes. The five program series includes: Vol I: Cruising Under Sail Vol. II: Heavy Weather Sailing Vol. III: Safety At Sea Vol. IV: Sailboat Navigation Vol. V: Sailing Daysailors About John Rousmaniere As one of the sport's most acknowledged authorities, John Rousmaniere has covered more than 30,000 miles of blue water and written fifteen books about the sea and sailing. Yacht Racing and Cruising World Magazine awarded Rousmaniere its Medal of Achievement for his Contribution to Yachting. Presented by http://www.TheSailingChannel.TV Browse our VOD collection at https://vimeo.com/sailflix/vod_pages/ Join our eNewsletter at http://www.thesailingchannel.tv/join for news and discount offers.
US Sailing's Junior Safety at Sea Program
A look into a Junior Safety at Sea program with the Storm TrySail Club.
Views: 461 US Sailing
Safety at Sea: Saving Lives and Livelihoods
Fishing is probably the most dangerous occupation in the world. Over 24,000 fishermen die every year. More than 50% of the world's population live within 60km of the coastline. Billions of people rely on the scarce marine resources, and depend on the fishermen and the fish they bring home. A lost vessel and a lost fisherman have a vital impact on the coastal community. In this interview, Susana V. Siar, Fishery Industry Officer, Fisheries and Aquaculture Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), explains why safety at sea is much more than saving lives, it's about saving livelihoods. © FAO: http://www.fao.org
Safety At Sea 10.02.16
Minister for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs is calling on seafarers to observe the safety measures outlined when travelling by sea.

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