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How long do you have in cold water?

by Danielle Connelly on 09. Jan, 2018 in Marine

Exposure to cold water can be life-threatening to the unprotected individual. From being thrown overboard or forced to abandon ship, everybody reacts differently to the temperature of the water. Initial panic and shock sets in, which may place severe strain on the victim, causing them to become disoriented.

5 Safety Tips for Sailing Alone

by Danielle Connelly on 29. Dec, 2017 in Marine

Do you love sailing but don’t always have someone to sail with? Or maybe you appreciate the solitude of being on the water alone. Whatever the case, if you sail alone, whether on a longer overnight passage or a coastal day sail, there are common sense safety precautions you should consider.

Boating safety tips

by Guest Blog on 24. Nov, 2017 in Marine

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5 gifts sure to please any boater on your list

by Switlik on 21. Nov, 2017 in Marine

If you’re making a holiday shopping list and checking it twice, don’t forget the boater on your life. There are a number of fun and practical items perfect for the mariner.

Here’s our list of gear and gadgets every boater will love unwrapping this holiday season.

How to respond to person overboard

by Switlik on 27. Oct, 2017 in Marine

Most of us don’t want to consider the unthinkable while out sailing or cruising on the open waters, but accidents do happen and being prepared for emergencies, such as a person overboard, is essential to mariner safety.

According to the U.S. Sailing organization, “man overboard” is the third most nautical hail after “Land Ho!” and “Thar She Blows,” but it is clearly the most life-threatening.

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