Search results “Safety life at sea” for the 2009
Safety At Sea In Water Liferaft Training
Boarding a Liferaft and Righting Overturned Liferaft
Views: 12888 sailceili
RNLI / Finning Safety at Sea
Free safety tips from Finning and the RNLI
Views: 2716 practicalboatowner
SOLAS Reflective Coast Guard Marine Tape
Demonstration of SOLAS (safety of life at sea) tape. Extremely bright reflective tape for offshore applications. Also used in situations where extreme night time visibility is required. http://www.colebrothers.com
Views: 4322 Steve Cole
Sea Cowboys. Life at Sea. Part 4
CEC Concord - Like one day. 6 months life onboard vessel. Author: Roman Golubtsov, 2006. Port with ladies, Work at engine room, swimming and barbeque, ISM Code.
Views: 2816 mairold2
Aero-TV: Survival At Sea -- Doug Ritter Explains Safe ...
As We've said before... Who Ya Gonna Call When Ya REALLY Need Help??? Doug Ritter is a man with a mission... to get you through what could conceivably be the worst day of your life so that you can have a day after the worst day of your life. And in the case of a ditching at sea, the issues necessary to insure survival both numerous as well as ponderous... and that's why Ritter, Aviation's own "survival guy" is the man to listen to. As we've previously described the irrepressible Ritter, he's the guy that no one wants to talk to... until it's too late. Doug Ritter, aviation's most prominent survival expert, has built a business and a devoted following among those knowledgable pilots that understand that survival is more a matter of preparation than reaction. Douglas S. Ritter's, 'Equipped To Survive' web site is easily the most comprehensive online resource for independent reviews of survival equipment and outdoors gear, as well as survival and Search and Rescue information. Equipped To Survive can help you determine the best choices to prepare for anything from a hike in the park to a life threatening emergency or disaster. Doug asks us to "please note" that this is not a "survivalist" site and that the Equipped To Survive Web site is supported by the non-profit 501(c)(3) Equipped To Survive Foundation and edited by him, personally. The 'Equipped To Survive Foundation' is dedicated to saving lives by: Raising awareness of potential survival emergencies Promoting preparedness as the key to surviving life-threatening circumstances Performing research and offering objective information to allow intelligent selection of effective survival and emergency preparedness equipment and supplies Providing education in practical survival and emergency preparedness techniques and procedures Encouraging development of new and improved survival and emergency preparedness equipment, supplies and technique In this outing with Aero-TV, we caught up with Doug for an interesting look at how to survive the ditching ...
Views: 13264 Aero-News Network
Survival at Sea Series, Vol. 4: Liferaft Survival Packs
A clip from the "Liferaft Survival Packs" segment of the four-part "Survival at Sea Series" DVD on sea safety, produced by the Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program. The complete video is available at http://seagrant.uaf.edu/bookstore/pubs/M-35.html
Views: 18407 AlaskaSeaGrant
Life at sea
They play important role in seafarer's life
Views: 222 nirajgeneral
Basic safety training
Sea survival techniques (in abandon-ship situation) for basic safety training This course was conducted in accordance with the Merchant Shipping (Training and Certification) Rules 1999 and Regulation VI/1 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers 1978, as amended, and approved by the Director of Marine,Malaysia. Pelita Maslaut maritime training centre
Views: 149560 markedison
watchkeeping at sea
Views: 2639 neelpaul1980
Safety at sea: Why I use a tether, mom should not watch this.
We're adventuring around the world on sailing ships! For the whole story go to http://www.TiffanyNorte.com
Views: 252 Tiffany Norte
Givens Buoy Life Rafts
The Givens self stabilizing life raft prevents capsizing due to the patented hydrodynamic stabilization system originally designed by NASA. Unsurpassed in design, stability and structural integrity, the Givens Buoy Life Raft has been credited with saving lives in 35-foot seas at wind speeds of 190 knots. Please visit our website: www.GivensLifeRafts.com
Views: 13491 GivensLiferafts
Boating Safety - Putting on a Life Jacket
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Views: 6073 MonkeySee
Refueling at Sea
Deck, 2nd Divsion hauling fuel lines doing a ship to ship refueling.
Views: 7904 TheDeckSeaman
Mike Dessner on Life at Sea
More about CATALYST 2: http://www.searchforamelia.org Join us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/waittinstitute More about the Waitt Institute: http://wid.waittinstitute.org Mike Dessner of the Waitt Institute discusses how feels about life at sea. .
Views: 129 Waitt Institute
Hurtigruten Safety Drill
Fun with BIG life rafts
Views: 1730 Paul Johnston
Oasis of the Seas: Rescue Vessels
The rescue vessels onboard Oasis of the Seas ensure that safety remains the top priority. See how the unprecedented size and stability of each lifeboat, as well as its positioning on the embarkation deck and accommodations for special needs guests makes emergency response more effective than ever.
Views: 27931 royalcaribbeanoasis
The life onboard ships
Views: 1933 SAYCT
The Great Montage of the  R.M.S. Titanic!!! Must See!!! ( IN A Special QUALITY ONLY FOR YOU! )
This video shows the R.M.S. Titanic. it shows how the Titanic left Southampton on her maiden voyage shortly after midday on April 10, 1912 and how it sinks on April 14-15, 1912. THE HISTORY : he British luxury passenger liner Titanic sank on April 14-15, 1912, en route to New York City from Southampton, Eng., during its maiden voyage. The vessel sank with a loss of about 1,500 lives at a point about 400 miles (640 km) south of Newfoundland. The great ship, at that time the largest and most luxurious afloat, was designed and built by William Pirrie's Belfast firm Harland and Wolff to service the highly competitive Atlantic Ferry route. It had a double-bottomed hull that was divided into 16 presumably watertight compartments. Because four of these could be flooded without endangering the liner's buoyancy, it was considered unsinkable. Shortly before midnight on April 14, the ship collided with an iceberg; five of its watertight compartments were ruptured, causing the ship to sink at 2:20 AM April 15. Inquiries held in the United States and Great Britain alleged that the Leyland liner Californian, which was less than 20 miles (32 km) away all night, could have aided the stricken vessel had its radio operator been on duty and thereby received the Titanic's distress signals. Only the arrival of the Cunard liner Carpathia 1 hour and 20 minutes after the Titanic went down prevented further loss of life in the icy waters. Many of those who perished on the ship came from prominent American, British, and European families. Among the dead were the noted British journalist William Thomas Stead and heirs to the Straus and Astor fortunes. The glamour associated with the ship, its maiden voyage, and its notable passengers magnified the tragedy of its sinking in the popular mind. Legends arose almost immediately around the night's events, those who had died, and those who had survived. Heroes and heroines, such as American Molly Brown, were identified and celebrated by the press. The disaster and the mythology that has surrounded it have continued to fascinate millions. As a result of the disaster, the first International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea was called in London in 1913. The convention drew up rules requiring that every ship have lifeboat space for each person embarked (the Titanic had only 1,178 boat spaces for the 2,224 persons aboard); that lifeboat drills be held during each voyage; and, because the Californian had not heard the distress signals of the Titanic, that ships maintain a 24-hour radio watch. The International Ice Patrol also was established to warn ships of icebergs in the North Atlantic shipping lanes. On Sept. 1, 1985, the wreck of the Titanic was found lying upright in two pieces on the ocean floor at a depth of about 4,000 m (about 13,000 feet). The ship, located at about 41° 46' N 50° 14' W, was subsequently explored several times by manned and unmanned submersibles under the direction of American and French scientists. The expeditions found no sign of the long gash previously thought to have been ripped in the ship's hull by the iceberg. The scientists posited instead that the collision's impact had produced a series of thin gashes as well as brittle fracturing and separation of seams in the adjacent hull plates, thus allowing water to flood in and sink the ship. In subsequent years marine salvagers raised small artifacts and even a 20-ton piece of the hull from the wreckage.
Views: 126993 Andrew Estacio
bad weather for a seaman
life at sea not so easy huh^^
Views: 118089 kunaknusiak
Mano Safety film
Cruise ship saftey film Narration - Paul Gluck
Views: 31339 Paul Gluck
Kayaks : Kayak Safety Gear
Safety gear for kayaking includes a life jacket that fits properly, a whistle, a first-aid kit, energy bars, water tablets, a tow line and a dry bag. Find out when a paddle leash should be used in kayaking with help from a whitewater and recreational kayaking instructor in this free video on kayak safety gear. Expert: Matt Preye Contact: www.weu.com Bio: Matt Preye has been kayaking for 15 years in both whitewater and recreational kayaks. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Views: 20831 trails
This is another good Bluegrass song by this wonderful family. Please leave me a comment if you like it and please feel free to share it with your other friends. Their web site is: www.ozarkalliance.com Contact them at [email protected] Thanks so much for watching and listening to my videos and for all of the nice comments that every one posts for me. May God bless each of you. Darlene
Views: 2829 Darlene Skyles
Navy Initiation At Sea
Amateur Film (B&W, Silent) Navy Initiation at Sea Vintage Amateur War Film ca 1955
Views: 1833 Nuclear Vault
No Limit Ships, all weather proof
The No Limit embodies a totally innovative concept in the field of motor-yachts with which huge progress has been made regarding safety at sea. The possibilities of the No Limit are fantastic: ranging from an efficient operational professional ship to a luxury motor-yacht. She is seaworthy, she is fast, she is safe and she is comfortable. At a draught of less than one metre and a vertical clearance of under 3.5 metres, she has a field of navigation without (practically) any limitations: both on inland waterways and at sea. The possibilities of a No Limit are huge: Professional use: Recreational use: Offshore Patrolling / surveillance Transport of passengers Short or long trips (Amsterdam Londen in 1 day) Waterskiing (Sea) fishing Waterrecreation in the broadest sense of the word
Views: 6582 jfrepko
Survival at Sea Series, Vol. 1: When seconds count: care and use of immersion suits
A clip of the "Care and Use of Immersion Suits" segment from the four-part "Survival at Sea Series" DVD on sea safety, produced by the Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program. The complete video is available at http://seagrant.uaf.edu/bookstore/pubs/M-35.html
Views: 10141 AlaskaSeaGrant
Sea Scouts
SAN FRANCISCO -- Crewmembers from Coast Guard Station San Francisco teach Sea Scouts proper techniques for firefighting, cold water survival, shooting off flares, damage control and dewatering at the 15th annual Safety at Sea training held at Coast Guard Sector San Francisco on Yerba Buena Island Saturday, Oct. 24, 2009. Carl Shellhorn, skipper of the Sea Scout ship Chaser, describes the training that Sea Scouts from Southern California, Utah, and the Bay Area attended. There were 300 participants and 23 vessels involved the two-day training. (U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Levi Read)
Views: 10067 U.S. Coast Guard
SSCS rams and tries to board Japanese vessel Yushin Maru No3
This video provided by Japan's Institute of Cetacean Research (ICR) shows the Dutch-flagged SSCS vessel Steve Irwin deliberately ramming the side of Japanese research ship Yushin Maru No3 after throwing bottles containing butyric acid. This maneuver is terribly dangerous and could have caused the loss of human lives. Two activists of Sea Shepherd can also be seen trying to board illegally the Japanese vessel. The research programme conducted by Japan in the Southern Ocean, which includes lethal sampling of whales as well as non-lethal components such as observation, is legal under the provisions of the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling (see article 8). http://www.iwcoffice.org/commission/c... The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, on the other hand, had its observer status at teh International Whaling Commission (IWC) revoked in 1986 following the sinking of whaling ships in Iceland. http://www.iwcoffice.org/meetings/int... "STATEMENT ON SAFETY AT SEA The Meeting recalled Commission resolution 2007-2 entitled Resolution on Safety at Sea and Protection of the Environment as well as resolution 2006-2 entitled Resolution on the Safety of Vessels engaged in Whaling and Whale Research-related Activities, both of which had been adopted by consensus by the Commission. It noted reports of dangerous actions by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in the Southern Ocean in recent months directed against Japanese vessels. It called upon the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to refrain from dangerous actions that jeopardise safety at sea, and on vessels and crews concerned to exercise restraint. The meeting reiterated that the Commission and its Contracting Governments do not condone and in fact condemn any actions that are a risk to human life and property in relation to the activities of vessels at sea. It urged Contracting Governments to take actions, in accordance with relevant rules of international law and respective national laws and regulations, to cooperate to prevent and suppress actions that risk human life and property at sea and with respect to alleged offenders. The Meeting recalled that accreditation for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society as an observer to the Commission had been denied since 1987 because of unacceptable behaviour and tactics. "
Views: 32803 isanatori
Various Coast Guard and SOLAS flares being demonstrated at Safety at Sea Annapolis 2009.
Views: 531 lhalmoore
Safety Gear Presentation PART 2 at Peters Marine Service
PART 2 of the Safety Gear Presentation at Peters Marine Service. Please visit www.petersmarine.com for more information. Thank you!
Flooding Control
A clip from the DVD "Flooding Control: Knowledge and Tools to Prevent Sinking," produced by the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association, Alaska Sea Grant, and the U.S. Coast Guard. The DVD offers maintenance suggestions to prevent flooding, preparation and procedures for dealing with flooding, and flood control techniques. The complete DVD is available from Alaska Sea Grant at http://seagrant.uaf.edu/bookstore/pubs/MAPV-64.html
Views: 719 AlaskaSeaGrant
Lost at Sea: The Increasing Threat from Containers and Containerships
Lost at Sea highlights the significant marine environmental threat of lost cargo containers. The combination of inhospitable weather conditions and a flagrant lack of respect for health and safety standards is resulting in a large volume of containers being lost overboard. Many of these containers contain hazardous materials which pose a serious threat to vulnerable marine coastlines. Action must be taken to improve the operational procedures of containership companies. This video is a re-transmission of a Dutch news item discussing containerships which was originally broadcast on 29th December 2007.
Views: 6811 KIMOInternational
Free Fall Life boat Launch 5-11-09
Free Fall Life boat Launch 5-11-09
Views: 294341 cruddbucket
Inside a life raft
http://www.rowingagainstslavery.org Sea survival - trapped in a capsized life raft. Thank goodness it's just practice. You realise doing sea survival courses how tough it would be to face a real life emergency situation at sea.
Survived a Week at Sea
Harry Smith spoke with two men who survived a week at sea after their boat capsized.
Views: 316 CBS
Something New - Saving Lives At Sea
This is a montage of clips from recording the track to live gigs and plenty of good times. Enjoy the facial hair.
Views: 1487 SavingLivesAtSea
Parachute Sea-Anchor History  --  for storms & sportfishing
In 1947, Gerrard Fiorentino, a verteran commercial fisherman, pioneered the concept of converting surplus military parachutes into sea anchors. Fiorentino outfitted his new modern sea anchors to the commercial fishing fleets up and down the West Coast of the United States. By 1958, these modified parachute anchors were in use all around the world. Original, historic photos & video showcase Fiorentino's career and equipment. THE EARLY YEARS: Fiorentino, a commercial fisherman by the age of 14, descends from a long line of seaman, clipper captains and master riggers in Genoa Italy. One of Fiorentino's first boats was the 87' Santo Antonino that he purchased with his father Valentino Fiorentino. A self taught man, Fiorentino used his natural engineering abilities to dramatically impact the commercial fishing industry by modifying existing boating equipment and inventing entirely new equipment. Fiorentino's accomplishments include designing the world's first 56" power block, and creating or modifying purse blocks, anchor winches, seine winches, and black cod holders. Shortly after he was released from the Navy in 1946, Fiorentino pioneered the concept of converting a military parachute into an underwater drift control device; He then spent much of his life at sea experimenting with various rigging techniques. In fact, it was a common practice for he and his crew members to deploy a para-anchor over 50 times in a single season. And, after 200 actual storm deployments off the Western Pacific, Eastern Pacific and South American Coasts, Fiorentino has learned that the para-anchor's rigging system is key to its success. Once Fiorentino developed a safe rigging system, the young entrepreneur cashed in on his new discovery by investing in a large inventory of military cargo chutes, which he then stored away on three open lots in San Pedro, California. Word began to spread fast about "Fiorentino's rigged para-anchors," among fishermen and yachtsman up and down the Western Coastlines of the United States and Mexico. By 1958, the forward-thinking Fiorentino moved his inventory of surplus para-anchors and commercial marine equipment into a 3,000-foot waterfront store, ideally located right next door to the commercial fishing fleet and San Pedro's Cabrillo Yacht Club. His word-of-mouth business was so successful that it turned into a full-time operation that has lasted over 40 years in the same location. Today, Fiorentino para-anchors are manufactured in Newport Beach, California where the company and Gerrard Fiorentino's engineering efforts continue to influence manufacturing and design standards in the parachute sea anchor industry. REFERENCE: "The Complete Para-Anchor Set-Up," DVD by Zack Smith -2002 Release Available thru nautical bookstores or marine stores. For more information visit FIORENTINO para-anchors at www.para-anchor.com
Boating Safety - Visual Distress Signals
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Views: 5564 MonkeySee
Crazy Frog - Safety Dance
Music video by Crazy Frog performing Safety Dance. (C) 2009 Mach 1 Records GmbH & Co. KG
Views: 97847986 Crazy Frog
Bosiet Offshore Survival Training
Offshore survival class. I did not make this video.
Views: 391511 bstansbu
Patriot Armory Presents Extreme Survival Sea Survival 1-3
Ray Mears shows how survival at sea requires forethought, improvisation, determination and the ability to make a new life as an ocean-drifting refugee. Get this series of videos and more at http://www.raymears.com/
Views: 361 PatriotArmory
Measuring Fatigue at Sea
Video from the Centre for Occupational and Health Psychology at Cardiff University describing methods for measuring fatigue at sea
Austin Colden - Life of Pi (original)
This song was actually written for an English project, assigned my senior year of high school for the book "The Life of Pi." If you haven't read it, you definitely should, it's an epic book. I've been re-working this piece for weeks now trying to get it under 10 minutes so that I could get it on YouTube. When I play the piece live, it can go anywhere from 12 up to 20 minutes, so this version seems very rushed to me, but hopefully it won't to you all. The song is in a tuning that I would call a variant of open C (it's CGCGCD), which is a play on words of "Open Sea." I seem to have a thing for puns. Sorry about the headstock and first fret of the guitar getting cut off... but luckily there isn't too much going on in that area. The piece is broken up into seven movements: -Movement I: Goodbye, Tsimsum Goodbye, Tsimsum Goodbye, everything The vessel of safety Enveloped blue and green Buoyant rubble Of little or no use We join in ending life As floating refuse -Movement II: The Open Sea This lightning Brightening, whitening Luminance so great With clarity so little is frightening Am I not man? King of beasts? Where are my protectors? And my mouth-watering feasts? All odds against the king Is no way to cut the cards Vishnu, give me attack For defense shall earn me scars This place is hardly Canada For its sake it could not be I bob, confined and imprisoned To the walls of the open sea -Movement III: Blindness -Movement IV: Richard Parker's Theme -Movement V: The Island Saving grace has arrived Yet I am still confined To a place stranger than any I could find amidst my mind The worlds finest hodge-podge Of delicacy and defect A feat in itself twould be A more unique combination to confect -Movement VI: Departure -Movement VII: Landfall --- Some of these sections have words included, which I have posted above, and others don't, so don't worry that anything is missing. Obviously these pieces will make more sense if you have read the book. I hope nothing is spoiled for anyone who hasn't read the story. I would love to hear from someone who has read the book what they think of this piece. As for the project itself, it was a year ago, but this is the first time I've actually recorded it. The assignment was to assemble a soundtrack that had specific songs to go with certain scenes from in the book. I took it one step further and decided to write an original soundtrack, and this is what I ended up with. Again, if you've read the book, you should be able to tell by the titles or the sounds of the sections what part of the story the belong to. This video was recorded on a Flip Mino HD at McNally Smith College Music in room 251. The guitar is a Washburn D10-SCELH. Comment/Rate/Subscribe! Thanks, guys!
Views: 5161 GlassTuxedo
Marine Safety Today
090114-G-0000A-001 Marine Safety Today Rear Admiral James Watson, Coast Guard Director of Prevention Policy, presents the Coast Guard's critical Marine Safety role in the growing global Marine Transportation System. (U.S. Coast Guard video) 01/14/2009
Views: 298 PublicResourceOrg
Baby Jo Jo in a life jacket
Jo Jo at sea in Alaska doing boat drill
Views: 573 Jane Ramones
Back at Sea: Roz Savage's Solo Pacific Row Stage 2, Week 1 of 15
Roz Savage (http://www.rozsavage.com) became the first woman ever to row solo across the Pacific, a three-stage marathon that began in 2008 and ended triumphantly in 2010. In this episode of her 'RozCast' from the boat, she talks about her preparations and the first few days back at sea. This video was filmed by Roz Savage and edited by dp edit. Special thanks for some clips to Ryan @ http://www.youtube.com/user/hawaii and ScubaDrew @ http://www.youtube.com/user/scubadrewvideo.
Views: 3848 Roz Savage
Solas Training 1
Views: 1703 kennethdimarucut
USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG-49)
The staff of www.corpidelite.info visit the USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG-49). The USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG-49) was in Malta for a port call over the Easter weekend of April, 2009. The USS warship has been travelling around Africa since November 2008, providing training workshops in safety and security. Earlier that same week, the Bradley conducted a series of at-sea Search and Rescue (SAR) training exercises as part of an expertise-sharing project with the Armed Forces of Malta (AFM) to support the Maltese SAR and maritime security capabilities. As part of the training, several members of the AFM Air Wing and Malta Sea Cadets embarked the Bradley in St. Pauls Bay to observe the ships operations first-hand. The AFM personnel gained practical experience onboard the Bradley as it continued its journey to the Grand Harbour, and had the unique opportunity of spending the night onboard a US Navy ship. Commenting on the exercise, the US Embassys Chargé dAffaires, Jason Davis, said that the USS Bradleys work with the AFM supports our shared goal of keeping the Mediterranean safe for travel and trade". The USS Bradley, which is an Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate, has a crew of 215, and is commanded by Commander Clinton A. Carroll. The ship was named after Second World War hero Robert G. Bradley, who lost his life along with 108 fellow crew members during a heroic attempt to save their ship, the USS Princeton, after a Japanese air attack at the Battle of Leyte Gulf in the Philippines in 1944. Deck Landing Qualification (DLQs): A helicopter hovered above a 450-foot destroyer and aligned itself with the stern as it slowly lowered itself on the flight deck, the deafening sound of the engines dying as the propellers started to slow down. The pilot was guided by personnel aboard the ship dressed in red, white and blue jackets, while medics and firefighters stood by in case anything went wrong. Everything went according to plan. This was just one of the many drills rehearsed 10 miles off the coast of Malta on the Bradley as its crew gave AFM personnel tuition on how to improve the Maritime Squadrons own helicopter deck-landing operations at sea. The AFM personnel got a chance to try out the safety equipment on the ship and together with the US Navy sailors performed a number of role-play exercises in special firefighting gear and shared their own experiences with the Bradleys crew members. As part of the project, four 18-year-old Sea and Marine cadets got to spend three nights at sea with the crew, immersing themselves in the navy lifestyle and gaining first-hand experience of the boat's operations. The AFM also practised a number of helicopter landing procedures since the Maritime Squadrons P61 has its own helipad on the ships stern. A spokesman for the AFM explained that the training aboard the Bradley was similar to other workshops conducted with French, Italian and German crews, giving the Maltese military a chance to adopt the best procedures for its own operations. The 453-foot vessel, which is an Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate, has a crew of 215 and is under Commander Clinton A. Carroll. The ship was named after World War II hero Robert G. Bradley, who died along with 108 fellow crew members during a heroic attempt to save their ship, the USS Princeton, following a Japanese air attack at the Battle of Leyte Gulf in the Philippines in 1944. In addition to sightseeing around the island over Easter weekend, crew members volunteered some of their time in community assistance activities. Following its port call in Malta, the Bradley will remain in the Mediterranean to participate in Phoenix Express 09, a multi-national naval exercise focused on combating illicit activities on the high seas such as drug and human trafficking. In 2008, Malta participated in this exercise by hosting the exercises Maritime Interdiction Operations Center. This documentary has been filmed in Malta on April 9, 2009. Copyright Corpi d' elite TV. More info on www.corpidelite.info
Views: 11519 corpidelitetv
US Coast Guard Water Rescue Helicopter Demonstration
09 Safety at Sea Seminar Toledo in water basket with swimmer rescue demonstration for attendees of the US Sailing North Cape Yacht Club Safety at Sea seminar in Toledo, OH - April 2009
Views: 2271 NorthCapeYachtClub