Increase Your Odds After Activating the EPIRBRelated tags: Seamanship | How-To | Safety | Safety Equipment
by Beth A. Leonard
Before--and after--activating an EPIRB in international waters, take these steps to lengthen the odds that you're safely rescued. "Seamanship" from our November 2011 issue.
August 5, 2002The Wrong Messageby Pa2 Chad Saylor, Eighth Coast Guard DistrictFalse alarms cost the Coast Guard valuable resources and taxpayer dollarsRating:0
July 29, 2002GITANA TAKES LIGHT-AIR WEST MARINE BERMUDA CUPby Steve BlackRating:0
July 17, 2002Piers Park Sailing Center Launches Boat Donation Initiativeby Richard HarrisPartnership with Block Island Maritime Funding will Support Free Sailing Programs for KidsRating:0
July 17, 2002The Unlikeliest Victimby Herb MccormickThe recent death of a professional sailor from Newport, Rhode Island, is a sobering safety reminder.Rating:0
July 16, 2002World Publications Acquires Cruising World and Sailing Worldby StaffNew York, N.Y.Rating:0
June 24, 2002$45,000 in Safe Boating Grant Funds Available from BoatU.S.by Boatu.s.Rating:0
February 4, 2002Upon This Bank and Shoal of Timeby Theresa NicholsonCareening your boat on a bank that dries out at low tide may be your only option when cruising in the back of beyondRating:0
November 15, 2001Stabilizing the Situationby StaffRating:0
November 15, 2001Suddenly Alone, Totally in Controlby Elaine LemboA Cruising Club of America program encourages crewmembers with basic skills to practice a set of procedures so they can be in charge when the captain no longer isRating:0
November 15, 2001Crew-Overboard Recoveryby StaffRating:0
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