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Save a Life // Stop the Bleed // Beyond Basic First Aid Kit for Sailing

First of all, there's a big difference between your First Aid kit and your Bleeding Control kit on board, and both are needed. Your "boo boo kit" might have bandages, ointment, aspirin - the basics. Nothing to keep you alive. I'm much more concerned with what you are carrying that ...
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This ICOM IC-M72 Handheld VHF Radio Is a Phenomenon – It Never Needs Charging

Found My First VHF Ok. So. Sometime before 2015; or at least three or four years before then, I was in Sarasota and found an Icom submersible VHF on the beach. I was walking the beach very early in the morning. There had been a vicious storm the night before ...
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Cruise Ship Packing Hack for Scuba Divers; Double-Duty Fast-Dry Shirts

Trying to reduce the amount of clothing you bring on a cruise is difficult, but necessary. I have finally discovered the perfect solution. Bring sleeveless, lightweight shirts that you can wear during the day for casual. Wash them in the sink with the shampoo body soap combination provided. They dry ...
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Cruise Ship Balcony Lovers Need This Easy Solution

We bring a wedge when we travel. It's great for propping doors open so you can get your luggage into a room or cabin. It's also a security device to secure your door in hotel rooms. The best use of all on a cruise is for the balcony door to ...
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Smartest Scuba Cruise Ship Dive Trip Charging Hack

For our Serenade of the Seas Panama and Costa Rica Cruise Ship Dive Trip in March, we knew we needed charging capability. We know we have so many dive computers, flashlights, cameras, and more devices that need to be charged. One of our best cruise hacks is to utilize the ...
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Scuba Diving Nassau, New Providence Bahamas with Sandals Royal Bahamian

Cruise Ship Dive Trip Planning Every time we take a cruise to Nassau, we try to figure out how to get in some diving. We have had great luck with diving with Royal Caribbean at their private island Little Stirrup - Coco Cay. Every time we dive there; we see ...
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Why It’s Better Diving Blue Heron Bridge from the East Shore Instead of Phil Foster Park, Riviera Beach

Diving Blue Heron Bridge on High Slack and Low Slack Tides We’ve spent some time learning how to dive the area around the very popular Blue Heron Bridge. I’m glad to share our experiences so your dives can be as fun and rewarding as ours have been. A shore dive ...
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Man Overboard Protocol for Your Crew

Beyond lists of actions to take during a Man Overboard event; there are plenty of aspects to cover before you head out for a sail. Considerations from the handling characteristics of your vessel to protocol for crew to follow on board are worthy of examination and discussion. Prior planning is ...
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VHF Radio Calls to Practice for Boating

Radio; practice the calls while you are driving. Practice mayday calls out loud for fire, for illness, injury, for sinking. Think about what information you would need to convey for each one. Consider man overboard; do you want someone to rush to you, or not. Maybe you can't see mob ...
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Quick Thinking Runaway Engine Boating Exercise

Imagine you are inside a port or marina. You were about to dock, but the engine has some problem, and you cannot reduce the rpm's of the engine. The boat is moving at three knots, and you can't turn the boat around because there's not enough room. What would you ...

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