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.
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