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Conrad -  Safety of Life at Sea
 
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Naples, March 2011//November 2012 song about love, no love, sea. NO bullshit. written, recorded and mixed by Conrad. mastered by Filippo Strang. artwork by Manuele Altieri http://www.miacameretta.com http://fallodischi.blogspot.it http://soundbutcheryonlinemastering.com/ out for fallodischi (tp30-015) and miacameretta records (miacam-015) on tape. free download here: http://www.mediafire.com?ds311ll8ht6te68
Views: 1083 sbonlinemastering
Keeping Ships Safe At Sea
 
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Keeping Ships Safe At Sea Trinity House © 2013
Views: 1283 Trinity House
Learning Life Jacket Safety at the Sea Explorers Marine Camp
 
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By Video Journalist Stephanie Stern Campers at the Sea Explorers Marine Camp get life jacket safety tips. Featured Interviews: Tracy Marcus, Camp Director, Sea Explorers Marine Camp; Don Patafio and Bob Steel, Volunteers, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary For more information visit: www.CCESuffolk.org/Sea-Explorers-Marine-Camp Get DVD of this story - for Personal Use - at http://www.MyLITV.com/DVD
Views: 4386 MyLITV
Marine & Offshore Workplace Safety
 
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Due to the unique dangers presented by the marine and offshore industry, Brady offers a suite of products aimed at reducing the safety risks within the industry. Brady's marine products seek to meet or exceed SOLAS (Safety Of Life At Sea) regulations covered by the IMO (International Maritime Organisation). Whether you work on a Cargo Ship, Drill Ship, FPSO, Fixed Platform, Semi Submersible or Jack Up Rig, Brady has a safety solution for you. For more information, please contact us at (65) 6477 7261 or [email protected] Alternatively, visit us at www.bradyid.com.sg.
Views: 2317 BradycorpSouthAsia
Avmar Limited - Life Buoy Release System - Marine Safety Equipment
 
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Life Buoy Release System - http://avmar.co.uk/?portfolio=lifebuoy-system-mk-ii Marine Safety Equipment - The difference between life and death when someone goes overboard from a ship or vessel can be the time it takes to launch a lifebuoy to the person in the sea. Most lifebuoys are installed in a holder on the bridge wing or a similarly remote location, to which access may take time. The Hammar lifebuoy system is a complete, easy-to-fit package for the rapid launch of lifebuoys onboard a ship. After activation, stainless steel lever is removed by a strong spring in order to ensure the safe, rapid deployment of the system. For a shipyard, the system offers easy installation and trouble-free sourcing, as all parts are delivered in a complete package. The system is cost-effective, not only because it saves time but, more importantly, it may even save lives. ------------------------------- Avmar Limited is one of the United Kingdom's leading distributors of Marine Safety and Survival Equipment. Avmar was established in 1990 and is based in Ipswich, Suffolk. During the past 21 years we have built up strong working relationships with Marine Safety companies and Liferaft Service Stations throughout the world. http://www.avmar.co.uk/
Views: 4328 Avmar Marine
Jacob White, Safety Officer at Maersk Drilling
 
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"They are a new team who haven't be together so instead of being out on a rig and having it in real life and not knowing what everybody else can do, here they are learning in a safe environment."
Views: 716 Maersk Training
How to Use a VHF: It Might Save Your Life
 
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http://features.boats.com/boat-content/2013/05/video-how-to-use-a-vhf/ For more videos, visit www.boats.com. Your VHF radio is your lifeline to the outside world in case of emergency. So you gotta make sure you're using it right. The first thing you'll need to do is adjust the squelch. This is pretty simple: just turn it until it hisses, and then back it off until the hissing stops. That will eliminate all the unnecessary static. Tune to the channel you want, and then take the microphone and hold it at a 90 degree angle to your face. Speak slowly and clearly as you key the mike. Okay, now, let's make sure the radio's working properly by doing a radio check. First, tune to a station that's an open frequency, like channel 68. Then repeat three times, "Radio check, radio check, radio check" and the name of your vessel. "Radio check, radio check, radio check, Norfolk Marine Grady-White." Let's see if anyone responds. "Grady White, sounds good." Ah! Sounds like the other guys in the parking lot hear us! In many areas you can now do an automated radio check as well. SeaTow provides the service. I looked on the internet earlier and discovered that channel 28 is the right one for that in this area. "Radio check, radio check, radio check, Norfolk Marine Grady White." "Thank you for using the automated radio check provided by Sea Tow, located at Little Creek Marina in Norfolk." Now you would never do a radio check on Channel 16. 16 is reserved for emergencies and emergencies only. In case of emergency, go directly to Channel 16 and if you have a DSC equipped radio, hit your distress button. Now remember, your radio has to be linked in with your GPS or have an internal GPS in order for DSC to function. In case of a life-threatening emergency, use the call sign "Mayday" and repeat it three times to call the Coast Guard. If you want to learn more about how to use a VHF, check out our feature on boats.com.
Views: 175575 boats.com
Working On An Aircraft Carrier - Catapult 4 Topside Petty Officer
 
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The Catapult Topside Petty Officer's job is to ensure the safety of all personnel on the flight deck during launching operations, and to ensure the proper hook-up of the aircraft to the catapult. The video starts with about one minute until launch, with the first launch taking place at around 1:14. The aircraft you'll see are F/A-18C/D (Legacy) Hornets, F/A-18E/F Super Hornets (Rhinos) and the EA-6B Prowler.
Views: 3300290 FlightDeckLife
BLUENAUTE
 
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BlueNaute™ is an Attitude and Heading Reference System which offers service that is totally adapted to the needs of maritime navigation, in conformity with the obligations of the International Maritime Organization and the SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) treaty. BlueNaute™ relies on the technology of the Hemispherical Resonator Gyroscope, or HRG. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ BlueNaute™ est une Référence Inertielle de Cap et d'Attitudes offrant un service totalement adapté aux besoins de la navigation maritime civile, conformément aux obligations de l'Organisation Maritime Internationale et du traité SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea). BlueNaute™ fait appel à la technologie du Gyroscope Résonnant Hémisphérique, ou GRH.
Home Made Movies: Life at Sea
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 375 Heather Ptaszynski
Safe Boarding of Vessels
 
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Boarding and leaving a vessel at sea or anchorage can be dangerous. Not only is the actual boarding itself sometimes difficult and hazardous, but the equipment from the launch itself to the personal protective equipment (PPE) supplied may not meet required standards.
Views: 6282 mbj8955
Marine Safety Training Centre
 
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https://www.anniesguesthouse.co.uk/marine-safety-training-centre-wapping-street-ne33-1lq.shtml Second video of sea survival training at South Tyneside College's Marine Safety Training Centre.
Views: 733 Annie's Guest House
Boaters Rescued At Sea after 18 hrs Westpac's Life Saver Rescue Helicopter video
 
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Boaters Rescued At Sea after 18 hrs Westpac's Life Saver Rescue Helicopter video. An upturned esky has saved two men who spent more than 18 hours at sea after their boat capsized off the coast of Ballina in northern NSW. Skipper Paul Maher, who turns 26 on Sunday, must have thought all his birthday and Christmas presents had come at once when rescue crews hoisted him and 34-year-old John Lynch to safety in the early hours of Saturday. It was Lynch's first time fishing, according to police involved in the rescue. Police believe the two men, who were celebrating their last day of work for the year with a fishing expedition, ran into trouble when the boat began to take on water through a hole that had previously been repaired. Jethro Lampe, a senior rescue crewman with the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter service, was part of the aerial team that spotted the men and hoisted them to safety. He said the large white esky meant the two men were easier to see from the air. "The esky kept them both together so we only had to search for one rather than two persons, plus it's a bigger object in the water, so easier to spot," he said. "[The men] were pretty exhausted but they seemed healthy and well, just after some water and some warmth." The men had set out from Ballina boat harbour on Friday morning and reported being about two kilometres off the Ballina breakwall when they issued a distress call just after 4pm, saying their boat was sinking. A spokeswoman at RACQ Careflight rescue, which was also involved in the search, said the men were reported missing around 5pm after their boat failed to dock at Ballina. Emergency services launched a full air and sea search for the 18ft cabin cruiser, including a search under night goggles. However, the men were forced to spend the night at sea after the search was suspended around midnight. At around 6am on Saturday morning, crewmen from the Westpac Life Saver helicopter spotted the nose of the blue and white cabin cruiser, which Lampe said was almost completely submerged nine nautical miles from the coast. The desperate men were spotted shortly after clinging to the esky, one at each end. They were wearing bright yellow lifejackets and floating some distance from their capsized boat. Both men were winched to safety and taken by helicopter to Lismore Hospital where they were treated for mild hypothermia and exposure. "The essential factor that saved their lives is that they were wearing life jackets. Plus, conditions at sea remained favourable, so they were very lucky," said senior constable Graham Hill. "They had the floating esky and they made a decision to remain together, which also meant they could give each other positive reinforcement through the night." He said the pair floated 20 nautical miles -- about 38 kilometres by land -- during the night and had tried to get back to their vessel several times but it was moving too quickly. "They could see shore lights the majority of the evening so they knew they were close to shore but when they tried to swim they realised it would have meant leaving the esky, and they decided it was better to stay with it."
Views: 747 ToThePoint
Lifeguards Lose Control Of Boat(Friday 13th) - Stuck in Full Throttle - Salt Rock Ballito (Fail)
 
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For licensing/usage please contact: [email protected] Salt Rock Ballito Fail (Friday the 13th) This is a the lifeguard boat that they lost control of and their kill switch was either not on their arm or it Mal-functioned. The Boat was stuck in full throttle almost decapitating one of the lifeguards swimming towards it. Lifeguards were shouting and whistling to the ones that got thrown out the boat to swim away from shore because they were still trying to get onto the boat. Parents and lifeguards screaming at the bathers to get out of the water because there's a rogue boat in the water. TAGS ********** Boat Fail Thrown Overboard South Africa Boat stuck in full throttle life guards loose control Balitto Bad Accidents Fail Compilation
Views: 1733486 Attention Studios
seamans life'at sea..
 
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drill time and happy time.
Views: 2966 Anthony Francisco
Life at Sea
 
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Hubby'sCabin: AdinesiaVoyageToThailand...Preparing for duty! ^_^
Views: 47 wytt r'gie
Low wage workers at Sea-Tac fight for fair wages and safety
 
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Behind a giant banner simply reading "UNION!" poverty-wage airport workers, faith leaders and community members marched down Pacific Avenue towards Alaska Airlines Global HQ. Reverend John Helmiere of Valley and Mountain United Methodist Church, wearing the white collar of his faith, glanced over at the over-sized letter informing the airline that these workers have formed a union, and then knocked on the locked glass doors.
Views: 638 Working Washington
Man rescued at sea as boat spins out of control
 
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A TV news helicopter pilot was involved in a dramatic sea rescue in Australia, when he unexpectedly came across a boat spinning out of control in waters off the coast of Perth. Brett Campany, an employee of the Australian broadcaster Channel Nine News, was on a routine trip between Fremantle and Rottnest Island when he spotted the boat's driver in serious danger in the water. Dramatic footage shows a boat spinning in a circular whirlpool motion while the driver struggled to stay afloat nearby. Mr Campany was unable to help the man directly, but threw him a life jacket and called rescue services. He stayed at the scene until water police arrived and pulled the man to safety. "You could see the relief on his face," said Mr Campany, who said at first he thought he had come across a whale. Local media reported that the man was recovering well. Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/australiaandthepacific/australia/9793712/Man-rescued-at-sea-as-boat-spins-out-of-control.html Get the latest headlines http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Subscribe to The Telegraph http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=telegraphtv Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/telegraph.co.uk Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/telegraph Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/102891355072777008500/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
Views: 5203 The Telegraph
Can You Survive Quicksand? | I Didn't Know That
 
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Is it possible to survive being stuck in quicksand? Jonny Phillips risks life and limb to experience firsthand what it is like to slowly sink into quicksand—just a few feet away from an incoming tide. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About I Didn't Know That: Two industrial scientists, Richard Ambrose and Jonny Phillips, explain the science behind everyday life... from microwave ovens to beating a lie detector. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Can You Survive Quicksand? | I Didn't Know That https://youtu.be/a2VJqud3Ls8 National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 22138803 National Geographic
Switlik MD-3
 
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Safety At Sea - Life Raft Review: Switlik MD-3
Views: 1335 Cruising World
Sea Tow Foundation's Life Jacket Loaner Station Program
 
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Freeport- Chris Collora reports on the new Sea Tow Foundation's Life Jacket Loaner Station Program announced for National Safe Boating Week. This is a pilot program being tested on Long Island and is sponsored by a $20,000 donation by Clare Rose Inc. and Anheuser-Busch Companies.
Life at sea - Third time on a small chemical tanker.
 
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A little video from my third time out as a cadet on a small chemical tanker, this time the video is only from Norway. the "subtitels" on this video will be in danish. and not in english.
Views: 1098 thomas hooge
Glasdon UK | product demonstration | Water Rescue Equipment
 
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For more information on our range of water safety equipment or to buy, please visit https://uk.glasdon.com/water-safety-equipment/bypass Water Safety Products - Guardian™ Lifebuoy Housing The Guardian™ Lifebuoy Housing is easily–visible and weather resistant. Wall, rail or post mounting, it's ideal for the protection of lifebuoys and other water safety equipment. https://www.lifebuoyhousings.com/guardian-tm-lifebuoy-housing/view/bypass Glasdon Lifebuoys Glasdon Lifebuoys are low maintenance and robust, ideally suited for locating near larger bodies of water, lakes or rivers. Glasdon lifebuoys are fully compliant with Chapter III of the Life Saving Appliances code as per the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). https://www.lifebuoyhousings.com/glasdon-lifebuoys/view/bypass B-Line™ Throwing / Rescue Buoy B-Line™ Water Rescue Throw Bag is an accurate, lightweight water rescue throwing device which is ideal for locating near lakes and rivers. https://www.lifebuoyhousings.com/b-line-tm-throwing-rescue-buoy/view/bypass Water Rescue Equipment Storage Container Tough and weather resistant, the Slimline™ Water Rescue Equipment Storage Container can be sited at the side of swimming pools, rivers and lakes. https://www.lifebuoyhousings.com/water-safety-equipment-storage-container/view/bypass Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GlasdonUK?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on: Twitter - https://twitter.com/GlasdonUK LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/glasdon-uk-limited Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+GlasdonUKLtd Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GlasdonUK/ Flickr - https://www.flickr.com/photos/glasdonuk Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/glasdonuk
Views: 5111 Glasdon UK Limited
National Geographic Supercarrier - Airport at Sea
 
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The USS Ronald Reagan: this intimidating marine monster is the world's largest combat airport, perfectly designed for one task: to launch and retrieve legions of strike fighter jets anywhere in the world, on extremely short notice. And the 5,000 men and women onboard have to perform this task to perfection. Surrounded by roaring jet engines, explosive jet fuel, and dangerous weapons, a single mistake would spell disaster. But the crew's training prepares them for the many deadly situations that could occur on this massive vessel of war. Explore this super carrier's powerful array of offensive and defensive technology and meet the hands that run the Reagan's billions of dollars worth equipment. F/A 18 pilots like George DeGennaro prepare for launch and take to the skies and the 'G3 Division' assembles a 500 pound bomb -- by hand. From combat aircraft and weaponry to the safety drills that simulate everything from mass casualties to explosive leaks, take a full and uncensored, behind the scenes look at the American military's ultimate weapon in super carriers: USS Ronald Reagan.
Views: 29481 renaissance27
Coast Guard Noosa Promoting Safety at Sea
 
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Sea Lions crew spent a morning out on the beautiful Noosa River looking for boaties doing the right thing. This group was doing exactly that by having the children on board in life-jackets and by choosing a safe spot in the river to anchor and do some fishing. The crew rewarded them by presenting the kids with some terrific Coast Guard Banners to hang on their walls and by giving the skipper an information pack which contained information about Coast Guard Noosa, the local Noosa area and a boating magazine.
Views: 96 CoastGuardNoosa
S2S Safe to Sea
 
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Views: 649 REN CANARIAS
Ship inspections help protect life, property and the environment.
 
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One of the ways the Australian Maritime Safety Authority ensures safety of life, property and the protection of our sensitive environment is through Port State Control (PSC). Specialist marine surveyors are employed by AMSA at ports all around Australia and it is their job to ensure that ships visiting our ports comply with Australian standards. AMSA performed over 3100 of these PSC inspections last year in ports all around the country. Join Naweed Omar, a freemantle based surveyor, as he conducts a typical inspection on a bulk carrier.
The Wire Nest...life In Mumbai's Shipbreaking Yards
 
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We all have heard of the Titanic, its love story, and how it laid to rest under the ocean. But for lesser ships there is a different grave waiting. One which is an obscure & lucrative business for a few known as Ship breaking, Countless numbers of used ships are sent to developing countries like China, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Turkey where they are systematically broken down by the cheap labor hired by these ship breakers . 'The Wire Nest...Life In Mumbai's Ship-Breaking Yards' is a documentary on the condition of these workers, the majority who live in filthy and hazardous circumstances .This documentary specifically gives an insight on the conditions of the ship breaking workers in Mumbai the city which is the hub for many activities known and unknown. To build awareness and give an insight on the deteriorating conditions of the workers. And the shocking lack of human consideration given to them. Take note as this time we go even deeper into the graveyard taking a closer glimpse into the hardships and tragedies these workers face, doing their job while constantly being under real mortal danger .The story of a family man, a lady who lost her family, a family who got compensation for their dead son, and the result of the workers strike for a fellow worker. A honest glimpse into the cogs that run the ship breaking industry.
Views: 658201 Prathamesh
Cruise Ship Safety - Stop Smoking at Sea 4of8
 
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Cruise Ship Safety - Stop Smoking at Sea http://www.PaulFDavis.com world cruiser has touched 70 countries w life-changing messages ([email protected]) www.NY-life-coach.com www.Facebook.com/speakers4inspiration www.Twitter.com/PaulFDavis www.Linkedin.com/in/worldproperties cruise ship safety - stop smoking at sea
Safety at Sea seminars for kids and adults at Mariners' Museum
 
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The Mariners' Museum, Landfall Navigation & Storm Trysail Foundation were pleased to present the Safety at Sea Seminar NEWPORT NEWS - No matter the season, it's important to be safe on water. The Mariners' Museum, Landfall Navigation and Storm TrySail Foundation are hosted a boating safety seminar. The adult program was held on Sat., Feb 23, 2013 and the junior program for sailors 12 and was held on Sun., Feb 24, 2013. Leading the seminars was Capt. Henry Marx, owner and president of Landfall Navigation. He's sailed and raced for more than 40 years on both coasts, the southern coast of Norway and the Caribbean. Topics included: Big Boat coastal Navigation, Storm Preparation, Man-Over-Board, Dinghy Safety, Knowing your Equipment, View from the other end of the Tow Line, and Life Raft Demonstrations.
Views: 141 Landfall Navigation
Lifejackets: Choosing the right one to wear!
 
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Lifejackets are the single most important piece of safety equipment on any recreational or commercial vessel. Most boaties think they will be able to get to their lifejacket quickly .... They think an accident won't happen to them.... They think they'll be able to swim ..... Trouble at sea happens very quickly .... Having a lifejacket simply stowed on a boat is not enough .... If you want to survive to boat another day you need to wear your lifejacket
Views: 8049 boatsafetyinnz
How Tugboat Works
 
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A tugboat (tug) is a boat that maneuvers vessels by pushing or towing them. Tugs move vessels that either should not move themselves, such as ships in a crowded harbor or a narrow canal, or those that cannot move by themselves, such as barges, disabled ships, log rafts, or oil platforms. Tugboats are powerful for their size and strongly built, and some are ocean-going. Some tugboats serve as icebreakers or salvage boats. Early tugboats had steam engines, but today most have diesel engines. Many tugboats have firefighting monitors, allowing them to assist in firefighting, especially in harbors.
Views: 1107455 Largest Dams
Jersey Coastguard Safety at Sea Campaign 2013
 
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Islanders are being reminded of the need to take precautionary measures when taking to the water as Jersey Coastguard launches its annual 'Safety at Sea' campaign in conjunction with Guernsey and Alderney Coastguards.
Views: 298 Ports of Jersey
Under Sea Walking - Mauritius
 
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The Underwater Sea Walk is one of the most unique attractions that one must experience when visiting Mauritius. It is a true once in a life time experience for all the non divers out there! Experience the ultimate sensation where time stops, worries fade away and breathing underwater becomes possible, safe and easy... Enjoy a safe and fascinating underwater walk on the ocean bed (about 3-4m depth), and witness firsthand the magnificent marine life of Mauritius, the beautiful fauna, corals, and a wide variety of fish, all in their natural habitat. Qualified experienced guides will accompany you along the course of the Underwater Sea Walk guaranteeing your maximum safety. This is a wonderful experience and a great opportunity to discover the underwater world from within, and make your fantasies come true. The Underwater Sea Walk does not require any knowledge of swimming or diving and you are not even required to remove your glasses. The excursion begins with a motorboat transfer from the center of Grand Baie to a platform situated inside the lagoon at the North of Mauritius. Upon arrival to the platform you will receive a pre departure briefing on the gear, the local marine life, on safety procedures and on the underwater walking trail. Then, with the help of the guide you will go off board the platform to start your underwater walk adventure.
Views: 7168 Yvette Sirkar
2013 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea
 
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The 2013 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea presented awards to rescue swimmers from the United States and, posthumously, to a seafarer from China.
Views: 2114 IMOHQ
anti pirate protection on cargo ship
 
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cargo ship with anti pirates protection installed to avoid boarding of Somalia Pirates in the Indian Ocean
Views: 231195 Wolfgang227
Life Saving Victoria's Rock Fishing Safety Workshop
 
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Twenty-two Chinese fishers gained vital knowledge about rock fishing safety and each took home their own life jacket, following their participation in a Rock Fishing Safety Workshop, hosted by Life Saving Victoria at Woolamai Beach SLSC, Saturday 25 May 2013. Watch this video to learn all about the workshop and the importance of rock fishing safety.
Views: 537 LifeSavingVic
Rescue operation plucks 15 to safety in Sea of Japan
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ In the Sea of Japan part of a keel is the only visible evidence of a ship in which at least eight fishermen have died while seven are believed to be missing. It was reported the 640 ton vessel may have been hit by a freak wave and capsized. Fifteen of the 30 strong crew have been plucked to safety. Survivors, many of whom were suffering from frostbite claim eight of the colleagues died of hypothermia and were dumped at sea from the lifeboat in which they had escaped the doomed trawler. Four Indonesians were among those rescued while the Russian captain was also picked up and brought ashore. "When it happened the captain did not send any SOS signal, and nobody was aware of what had happened to us. On the second night quite by chance we saw a passing ship. We had rocket signals and smoke bombs but they were not working," explained crewman Andrei Yevdokimov. Initial reports state the trawler, the Shans 101 which was built in South Korea in 1988, did have an emergency beacon, but it was not functional. The search operation including nine ships and five aircraft is covering 15,000 square kilometres of the Sea of Japan. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Liferaft Tour for PST with Sea and Shore Safety in Ireland
 
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Views: 142 Ben Pluck
Using a life raft part 1
 
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In over twenty years of history Arimar has become a real reference point for the maritime sector both in Italy and abroad. The company was founded in the late 80s and it was achieved by the entrepreneurial attitude of Mr Francisconi, who felt in the need to offer a new reality about Sea Life Safety to navigation users, combining innovation and creativity together with a high competence. Right from its beginning, Arimar has chosen to develop an industrial policy trough a high technological value, together with ongoing industrial investments. Arimar was the first Italian company in this sector to introduce industrialized production processes, designing advanced machinery especially for to their productive processes. In 1992, it was also the first company to use the technology of tissue welding by hot air, pursuing more and more higher quality standards. Arimar consists of two sections working in a synergistically and an independent way: - The Inflatable Section, which is divided into two fields, Boats and Safety; - The Electronics Section, an exclusive Italian distributor of brands such as Furuno, MaxSea, Intellian and Accounting Services Authority for Radio-maritime services. Moreover, in 2007, the shipyard was acquired by Solemar, leader producer of large composite boats with a wide range of cabs and open. Solemar completes the group' s offering, which ranks now as the most important in Europe for the production of boats ranging in size up to 17 m.
Views: 4046 AMIMarineSales
Rough Science 24 Lost at Sea
 
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Build a distress flare, make an emergency flotation device, and create a warning light activated by seawater.
Views: 7202 Mr Owl's Science
South China Sea rescue: Two fishermen helicoptered to safety
 
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Subscribe to ITN News: http://bit.ly/itnytsub Two more fishermen have been rescued in the South China Sea after three boats sank in a typhoon on Sunday. The pair were spotted floating on a life raft by a search and rescue helicopter, before being winched to safety. They are now in a stable condition at a hospital in Sansha City, while rescuers continue the search for the remaining 70 people still missing. The fishing boats, all from south China's Guangdong Province, went missing as they attempted to navigate gales near the Xisha Islands. Report by Sophie Foster. Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/itn Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/itn Visit our homepage: http://itn.co.uk More stories from ITN: Wow! Jeb Corliss performs flying dagger through 4-metre wide valley: http://bit.ly/15Ff5aY Graphic images: Aftermath of Pakistan bomb blast: http://bit.ly/1aDMW7n Kenyan mall attack: Hero speaks of horror inside: http://bit.ly/1bdpuyR Man has new nose grown out of his forehead: http://bit.ly/197sPLR Reporter gets tortured at spy school: http://bit.ly/1887IvG Twerk it! Hundreds set twerking world record in New York: http://bit.ly/16EqQgX Chilling video of Navy Yard shooter, moments before he kills 12: http://bit.ly/16LxW4c Incredible footage: Hero policeman saves terrified family in Kenya mall siege: http://bit.ly/182LCe9 Protester tackled to the ground after disrupting TV interview: http://bit.ly/15sdZPA Amanda Knox interview: 'I will take lie detector test to prove my innocence: http://bit.ly/18kGgLW Nairobi mall shooting: Al Qaeda-linked militant group claim siege: http://bit.ly/17TDLPU Intense confrontation: UKIP's Godfrey Bloom hits reporter with party brochure: http://bit.ly/19oKXBr Rare Puggle: Cute or an ugly duckling?: http://bit.ly/1fiNpQb World's most expensive model car on display in Dubai: http://bit.ly/1evPMQP Massive explosion: Bridge in Kentucky blown up: http://bit.ly/15IAdjO Alien life in space: Scientists discover extraterrestrial organism: http://bit.ly/15Hjtto Boris Johnson makes cringeworthy comparison of the UK and Costa Concordia: http://bit.ly/158ppb5 Kenya's secret undeground lake: Discovery could change lives: http://bit.ly/1a6rI1Z Swastika cat: Cat attacked with Nazi symbol in New Zealand: http://bit.ly/188NDpD Skateboarding goat enters Guinness Book of World Records: http://bit.ly/16kuxJp Amazing Costa Concordia time lapse: Wrecked ship pulled off rocks: http://bit.ly/1gso9EJ Shocking aerial footage of flooding in Colorado: http://bit.ly/18p1bcM Boston bike rack fixed by group on night out: http://bit.ly/162vFR1 AMAZING CONTORTIONIST- Woman serves and drinks tea with feet: http://bit.ly/15XnuMI Boris Johnson tells London Assembly Member to 'get stuffed': http://bit.ly/181DNE5 HILARIOUS: Frog photobombs NASA rocket launch: http://bit.ly/15WIXFi Check out Truthloader, the new home of citizen journalism on YouTube. Subscribe now at http://bit.ly/tldrsub See 2013's Most Watched Videos: http://bit.ly/14iM9r5 See our Biggest Videos of All Time: http://bit.ly/11GI36D See 2012's Most Watched Videos: http://bit.ly/18R1boW
Views: 6972 ODN
Sea Tow Kicks Off National Safe Boating Week
 
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Video courtesy of Verizon FiOS1 News Long Island. Sea Tow International, the leading provider of non-emergency on-water assistance, announced at a press conference today that the Sea Tow Foundation's Life Jacket Loaner Station program, in existence nationwide since 2007, will kick off National Safe Boating Week (May 18-24), with a generous $20,000 donation by Clare Rose, Inc., of Yaphank, N.Y., one of the nation's largest beverage distributors, and Anheuser-Busch, of St. Louis. Their donation will enable the Sea Tow Foundation to further support the Life Jacket Loaner Station Program, making adult-sized life jackets available island-wide at Long Island Sea Tow locations, marinas, boat ramps, local police and fire stations, yacht clubs, etc. Boaters may borrow life jackets to replace missing or damaged personal flotation devices (PFDs), or use for extra guests on board their boats.
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testing childrens auto inflatable lifesaving jacket at sea
 
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testing childrens auto inflatable lifesaving jacket at sea .
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How to get a Lifeboat out of the sea - RNLI Scarborough
 
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After having an evening walk along the sea front in Scarborough, we came across the Scarborough Rowing Club in the water, and watched the RNLI Life Boat crew doing some work on the beach. We soon saw that they were preparing to bring the Lifeboat back into the station, after a days exercise in the North Sea around Scarborough. Having never observed how the boat is brought out of the sea and back into the lifeboat station, we decided to hang around and watch them winch the boat out of the water. The crew use an amazing submersible tractor that can drive underwater equally as well as it does on dry land. It was amazing to watch this machine in action and how useful it is in helping the crews perform their duties in saving lives at sea. The machine clearly has a lot of power and we certainly enjoyed out little stop off on our walk. :) Enjoy. From Wikipedia: The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is a charity that saves lives at sea around the coasts of Great Britain, Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, as well as on selected inland waterways. The RNLI was founded on 4 March 1824 as the National Institution for the Preservation of Life from Shipwreck, with Royal Patronage from George IV. It was given the prefix "Royal" and its current name in 1854 by Queen Victoria. It has official charity status in both the United Kingdom and Ireland. The RNLI operates 444 lifeboats (332 are on station, 112 are in the relief fleet), from 236 lifeboat stations around the coasts of Great Britain, Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. The RNLI's lifeboats rescued an average of 22 people a day in 2011. RNLI lifeboats launched 8,321 times in 2012, rescuing 7,912 people. The RNLI's lifeboat crews and lifeguards have saved more than 140,000 lives since 1824. RNLI lifeguards placed on selected beaches around England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands attended to 14,519 incidents in 2011. The RNLI's Operations Department defines "rescues" and "lives saved" differently. In 2012, the RNLI Lifeguards service was expanded to cover more than 180 beaches. RNLI lifeguards are paid by the appropriate town or city council, while the RNLI provides their equipment and training. In contrast, most lifeboat crew members are unpaid volunteers. The RNLI is funded by voluntary donations and legacies (together with tax reclaims). In 2011, the RNLI's income was £162.9M, while its expenditure was £140.6M.
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Captain Chicken Song (Chicken of the Sea)
 
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Captain and his sinking ship. First read this. I worked on a cruise line for almost 3 years traveling around the world. Before every cruise, all the ships personal mustered at their assigned emergency stations with their life jackets on, and learned of their specific instructions. In case of emergency, everyone had a duty to perform with the passengers safety in mind, before our own safety. For instance, room steward's were suppose to check all the rooms and warn everyone that they had to be at their muster stations. When the passengers gathered at their assigned quarters, we took a count and made sure all the passengers were accounted for. If not, check their room. When everyone was accounted for, we would go to the assigned lifeboats and the crew would be the last ones to board. So everyone has responsibilities. The reason I'm telling you this is because I don't believe you can put all the blame on the Captain. Everyone who missed their assignment is responsible for the casualties aboard the ship and must take part of the blame. Anyone who didn't do their job, and they know who they are, should be responsible and share in the guilt. Weather it was caused by fear or panic or just plain don't care about other people, they have to share the blame. From what I heard, supposedly the Captain was given orders to turn closer to the rocks. It sounds as though the Captain WAS doing his job. From what I'm hearing, he stayed until most people were off the ship. (But he did drop the ball--He left a little early and according to him, by accidentally tripping into the lifeboat--Right!!). But it was so chaotic, how could you delegate your authority? A lot of the crew members probably got into the lifeboats before all the passengers were accounted for and were safe. Who's going to listen to the Captain when he orders a scared crew member to go look below deck and check all the rooms when water's coming in, the boat is tilting and you are all alone 12 decks below, looking for passengers. Are you a hero? Would you do it? When it first happened, the noise it made could have sounded like an explosion of an electrical transformer. Maybe most everyone thought that when the electrical started to short out. (probably because of the water seeping into the walls and wetting the electric circuits) The Captain might not have acted fast enough because who the heck knew what was going on, except maybe the engine room employees and then they had to figure out how much damage was done while they notified the Captain. Anyway, a whole bunch of factors are involved, but I do know one thing. The Captain and his officers should have stayed on that ship, until all the visible passengers were off. I have no idea how they could have double checked on all the passengers, especially with the ship tilting and the water running in. Again, everyone had responsibilities. The officers, the crew and the passengers. Think about it!
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Conrad - Becoming a Victoria Adams
 
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Naples, March 2011//November 2012 song about love, no love, sea. NO bullshit. written, recorded and mixed by Conrad. mastered by Filippo Strang. artwork by Manuele Altieri http://www.miacameretta.com http://fallodischi.blogspot.it http://soundbutcheryonlinemastering.com/ out for fallodischi (tp30-015) and miacameretta records (miacam-015) on tape. free download here: http://www.mediafire.com?ds311ll8ht6te68
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Lost At Sea 16 Hrs Heather Barnes Cheats Death Marine Biologist Student Rescue
 
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Lost At Sea 16 Hrs Heather Barnes Cheats Death Marine Biologist Student Rescue. A college student from southern New Jersey says she was stranded at sea for 16 hours while swimming off Honduras and is now safe. Heather Barnes went to collect coral samples for a project she's doing at New College of Florida at 4 a.m. Friday. She says she started to cramp and got pushed out to sea.Writing on Facebook, Barnes says she realized she had to swim to try to reach safety. She says she eventually reached land, where two people gave her water and used a kayak to take her back to the resort where she was staying. Barnes is in Florida recovering from sunburn and jellyfish stings.
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ER ship at sea
 
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