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Water Activities Safety

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Water Activities Safety

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When engaging in any boating activities, only boats that have been inspected in accordance with regulations, and are equipped with safety equipment, should be chosen.
When engaging in any boating activities, life vests should be worn at all times and passengers should comply with the guidance of the captain when boarding and de-boarding.
For your own safety, when boating, do not board overloaded boats. If passengers need to change seats, please keep balance low or change seats at docks or shores.
Surfing requires a step-by-step learning of basic skills. Please follow the instructions of a coach and thoroughly inspect equipment.
While surfing, surfers should be wary of their surroundings. If another surfer is surfing towards you, please dive into the water for safety precautions.
Surfing requires an environment with rough waves. Thus standard safety equipment may be insufficient when accidents occur. Special safety measures such as wave breakers or rescue boats should be ready.
While windsurfing, diving suits and helmets should be worn. Colorful surfs and clothing should also be used.
Snorkeling requires a mask, snorkel and flippers that should all be used under instruction of a professional. For scuba diving, participants are required to have diving training and a license, travel in pairs or more, and flag their diving zone for safety.
Last Updated:2018-08-09 14:09