Danielle Connelly

Recent Posts

Flying in or around the Bermuda Triangle?

by Danielle Connelly on 06. Aug, 2019

The Bermuda Triangle, with boundary points of Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico has long been saddled with the curse of eeriness, with stories of boats and planes vanishing without a trace. The legends date back to Christopher Columbus noting erratic compass readings, strange lights, and a great flame crashing into the ocean during his travels in that region and may have been propagated in Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’.   

Unmanned helicopters the wave of the future?

by Danielle Connelly on 17. Jul, 2019

Unmanned aerial vehicles have been used in military reconnaissance campaigns for decades, gaining popularity during World War I with the United States creating the first pilotless aircraft in 1916.  These UAVs were primarily used for missions too dangerous, dirty or dull for pilots. In recent years however, the scope of UAVs is quickly changing.

Rescue a drowning victim by boat

by Danielle Connelly on 10. Jun, 2019

From a man overboard to swimmers caught in a rip-tide, boaters should be alert and always scanning the surrounding area. If you spend time on water, you and your crew should know what to look for when people enter the water.

The Switlik Foundation

by Danielle Connelly on 04. Jun, 2019

“The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.”  – Oscar Wilde

SWITLIK 5 Safe Boating Tips

by Danielle Connelly on 22. May, 2019

Planning and preparation beforehand will help you to be a good captain for yourself and your passengers and allow for safe adventures.


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