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Top 10 Boating Safety Tips
Top 10 Boating Safety Tips
No matter how much experience you have, it’s always a good idea for everyone to review boating safety rules before departures. Read below to familiarize yourself with these 10 basic boating safety tips: Be Weather-wise Always check local weather conditions before departure- TV and radio forecasts can be a good source of information. If you notice darkening clouds, volatile and rough changing winds, or sudden drops in temperature, play it safe by getting off the water. Follow a Pre-Departure Checklist Proper boating safety means being prepared for any possibility on the water. From compliance with fire safety regulations to tips for fueling up, following
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OCEAN BROTHER ROWING THE ATLANTIC 2018
OCEAN BROTHER ROWING THE ATLANTIC 2018
The Boat The Crossing Ocean Brothers British Skin Foundation Our Charity Fundraiser Donate About Peter Massey Twitter Social Icon Facebook Social Icon Instagram Social Icon DONATE HERE DONATE HERE A Glimpse of our Training LIVE Interview with Kylie Pentelow How To Stay SunSafe Finish BLOG Jude and Greg as team, Ocean Brothers, will set off in January 2018 to cross the Atlantic Ocean, to raise money for the British Skin Foundation.
    Two brothers Jude and Greg are setting off on an impressive journey next January, to row from Gran Canaria to Barbados. The trip is expected take them 2 months, and they’ll expend on average 8,000 calories a day. That’s an unbelievable amount considering they’re only able to consume 6,000. Because of this, they’ll lose two stone in weight over the course of the two months, so it’s going to be a very tricky challenge. They’ve decided to call themselves Ocean Brothers, and you can be track their daily progress on the Ocean Brothers’ site. But this task isn’t just for their
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