Thoughts on Survival

Waterman, Stan
January 2010
Alert Diver;Winter2010, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p88
The article offers tips on sea survival. The author suggests to carry a safety sausage and include a folding flag that can be use as an attachment in the buoyancy compensator. He recommends to stay away from rocks in case brought near isolated areas and try to locate yourself in an open water. The author also advises to limit swimming movements rhythmic side-stroke to prevent irregular and frantic sound waves that might lure predators.


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