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Science of Survival: Survival at sea


If you have to abandon your ship, there are the tips you should know to survive in a lifeboat


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Lady, Lady!

 

The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft  handy. Ideally act is get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your line and your clear life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It'll make a little easier to climb in, well, if I deflate my life preserver.

 

You look around inside your life raft more than likely you’ll find a life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. Or if someone is in danger, the same idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too.

 

It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, it’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. You hold up much better than this storm, violent seas in your body will and protect you against sea element. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well then it’s much better than being in the water.

 

But if your dinghy is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. Not easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life line on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the strip keep your feet and pull it. Once you’re on top, grab the line, go to a good drip wanna make sure the wind is into your face.

 

You've got to use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on this edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can flash some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Stay as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply to your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart will have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner? Step down, crawl up into the fetal position, and just try to stay warm from now.

 

Grab anything that flows by.

 

Seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

 

If you have a few survivors in the dinghy with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you. When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn to the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface.

 

Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my fingers, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move that flash, up and down in my fingers, just like this.

 

Some light twigs last in the middle a web of fishing line to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

 

 

 

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Mayday, mayday.

 

The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. Last thing I do before I jump ship is inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your length and your life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It’s making a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver. We look around inside your life raft all the lines till you find the life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. While if there’re some one injured, say my idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too. It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, that’s actually much warmer, much safer and much better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. It holds up much better in a storm, violent sea than your body will and protects you against sea enemy. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have * it’s much better than being in the water. But if your * is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. No easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life ring on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the * keep your feet and pull. When you’re on top, grab the line if you get a good point of wind is into your face.

 

You gotta use the wind to help lift it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Thanks to you have not sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can thrust some water on and help sleeping in a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Staying as warm as possible is not crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply in your arms and legs were slowed down, and you heart would have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperatures drop too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind. Crawling into the back corner, step down, crawl up into the fetus position, and just try to stay warm from now.     

 

Grab anything that flows by, seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This could help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

 

If you have a few survivors that are staying with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else could watch for the rest of you.

 

When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over you life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn through the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface. Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my figures, keep the ship or the plane in bottom of the V, just move the flash up and down in my figures, just like this.

 

Some light twist last in the middle a web of fishing lines to support a piece of light foil and you have your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you image that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.   

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on shanjason

Mayday, mayday.

 

The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft at handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it.The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your length and your life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It’s making a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver. We look around inside your life raft more than likely you find the life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. While if there’re someone is injured, say my idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too. It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, that’s actually much warmer, much safer and much(delete) better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. It holds up much better in a storm, violent sea than your body will and protects you against sea enemy. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well it’s much better than being in the water. But if your din is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. No easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life ring on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the straw  keep your feet and pull. When you’re on top, grab the line if you get a good point of wind is into your face.

 

You gotta use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can thrust some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Staying as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply in your arms and legs will slow down, and you heart would have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperatures drop too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner, step down, crawl up into the fetus position, and just try to stay warm from now.     

 

Grab anything that flows by, seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This could help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

 

If you have a few survivors that are staying with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you.

 

When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over you life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn through the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface. Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my figures, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move the flash up and down in my figures, just like this.

 

Some light twist last in the middle a web of fishing lines to support a piece of light foil and you have your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.   

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on fionainnicemood

Mayday, mayday.

 

The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft at handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your length and your life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It’s making a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver. We look around inside your life raft more than likely you find the life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. While if there’re someone is injured, say my idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too. It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, that’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. It holds up much better in a storm, violent sea than your body will and protects you against sea enemy. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well it’s much better than being in the water. But if your din is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. No easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life ring on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the straw keep your feet and pull. When you’re on top, grab the line if you get a good point of wind is into your face.

 

You gotta use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can thrust some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Staying as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply in your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart would have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner, step down, crawl up into the fetus position, and just try to stay warm from now.    

 

Grab anything that flows by, seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

 

If you have a few survivors that are staying with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you.

 

When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn through the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface. Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my figures, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move the flash up and down in my figures, just like this.

 

Some light twist last in the middle a web of fishing lines to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.  

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on jacky rain

Mayday, mayday. The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft at handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver. Make sure you always control your line and your life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It'll make a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver. You look around inside your life raft more than likely you find the life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. While if there’re someone is injured, the same idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too. It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, that’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. It holds up much better in a storm, violent sea than your body will and protects you against sea enemy. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well it’s much better than being in the water. But if your din is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. Not easy if you don’t know how. Lift my foot into the life line on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the straw keep your feet and pull. Once you’re on top, grab the line if you get a good point of wind is into your face. You've gotta use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can thrust some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft. Staying as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply in your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart would have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating. Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner, step down, crawl up into the fetus position, and just try to stay warm from now. Grab anything that flows by, seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax. If you have a few survivors that are staying with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you. When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft. Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn through the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface. Does require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my figures, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move that flash up and down in my figures, just like this. Some light twist last in the middle a web of fishing lines to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

On 溺水猪

Made it, made it. The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft at handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver. Make sure you always control your line and your clear life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It'll make a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver. You look around inside your life raft more than likely you’ll find a life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. Or if there’re(去掉) someone is injured, the same idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too. It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, it’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. It holds up much better in a storm, violent sea than your body will and protects you against sea enemy. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well then it’s much better than being in the water. But if your din is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. Not easy if you don’t know how. Lift my foot into the life line on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the straw keep your feet and pull. Once you’re on top, grab the line, go to a good drip wanna make sure the wind is into your face. You've gotta use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can flash some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft. Staying as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply in your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart would have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating. Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner, step down, crawl up into the fetus position, and just try to stay warm from now. Grab anything that flows by, seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax. If you have a few survivors that are staying with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you. When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft. Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn through the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface. Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my figures, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move that flash up and down in my figures, just like this. Some light twist last in the middle a web of fishing lines to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

on水城雪可奈

 

Made it, made it. The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft at handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your line and your clear life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It'll make a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver.

 

You look around inside your life raft more than likely you’ll find a life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. Or if someone is injured, the same idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too.

It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, it’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. It holds up much better in a storm, violent sea than your body will and protects you against sea enemy. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well then it’s much better than being in the water.

 

But if your din ? is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. Not easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life line on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the straw keep your feet and pull. Once you’re on top, grab the line, go to a good drip wanna make sure the wind is into your face.

 

You've gotta use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can flash some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Stay as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply in your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart will have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner? step down, crawl up into the fetus position, and just try to stay warm from now.

 

Grab anything that flows by,

 

Seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

If you have a few survivors that are staying with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you. When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn to the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface.

 

Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my figures, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move that flash ,up and down in my figures, just like this.

 

Some light twist last in the middle a web of fishing lines to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

 

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Mayday,mayday. The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft at handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your line and your clear life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It'll make a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver.

 

You look around inside your life raft more than likely you’ll find a life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. Or if someone is in danger, the same idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too.

It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, it’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. It holds up much better in a storm, violent sea than your body will and protects you against sea element. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well then it’s much better than being in the water.

 

But if your dazing is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. Not easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life line on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the straw keep your feet and pull. Once you’re on top, grab the line, go to a good drip wanna make sure the wind is into your face.

 

You've got to use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can flash some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Stay as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply in your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart will have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner? step down, crawl up into the fetus position, and just try to stay warm from now.

 

Grab anything that flows by,

 

Seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

If you have a few survivors that are staying with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you. When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn to the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface.

 

Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my figures, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move that flash ,up and down in my figures, just like this.

 

Some light twigs last in the middle a web of fishing lines to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

 

 

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Mayday,mayday. The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft at handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your line and your clear life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It'll make a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver.

 

You look around inside your life raft more than likely you’ll find a life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. Or if someone is in danger, the same idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too.

 

It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, it’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. You hold up much better than this storm, violent seas in your body will and protect you against sea element. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well then it’s much better than being in the water.

 

But if your dazing is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. Not easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life line on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the straw keep your feet and pull. Once you’re on top, grab the line, go to a good drip wanna make sure the wind is into your face.

 

You've got to use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can flash some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Stay as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply in your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart will have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner? step down, crawl up into the fetal position, and just try to stay warm from now.

 

Grab anything that flows by.

 

Seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

 

If you have a few survivors that are staying with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you. When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn to the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface.

 

Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my fingers, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move that flash ,up and down in my fingers, just like this.

 

Some light twigs last in the middle a web of fishing line to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

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May day may day the last thing you're gonna wanna do is leave you boat.But if you are definetly sinking or you're on fire,make sure you got your life raft at handy.Ideally i get directly into a life raft from a sinking vessel,todat i dont have that option,i will have to swim for it the last thing i do before i jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.(sound of fart)make sure you always control your line to your life raft so you don't lose you life raft itself so it makes it a little more easier to climb in * my life preservers you look around inside your life raft more likely you'll find the life ring. Throw out to fellow survivers if there're any or someone *,they might be...put it on your own jump out swim out grab them and get'em safely back into life raft,too.It may seem colder at first because of the *,but being inside your life raft is actually much warmer and much safer and better than being in the water. al*l your life raft is a amazing piece of equipment it hold up mucj better in a storm ,violent sea you body * and protecy you from sea elephant so dont lose it *or you have or thry 're much beter than being in the water but if your din is upside down,you 're gonna * it over and it's not easy if you don't know how slip? my foot into the white wire on the bottom of the life raft now m grap the rope and* kick you feet and pull once you're on tp grab the line give a good grip on the rope and make sure the wind is *your face .you hao ve to use the wind to help clip? it or you havent got the chance position of your feet down as far down the * as you can ..lwan over and pull make sure you dont have any sharp objects on or around your  chest me too you can *the water up and slip in a little more easier    stay warm is now crucial  if your body gers too cold the blood supply of your arms and legs will slow down and your heart will have to beat quicker to keep you warm if you BT drops too low yout heart will eventually stop beating you wanna stay outta the wind crawl into the back corner, dunk down crawl up into a fetal position and just try to stay warm now and grap anything that flows by .Sea weeds is an excellant natura resource make a bed outta if basically this gonna insulate you from the cold sea blow whick is zapping me energy out of it right now you need all the energy you can get you keep yourself warm this way if you got none of it pull it over your top this gonna help insulate you from all the wind cold rain try to get cozzy lay down stay warm and relax if you have few survival ? with you you need to set up a watch system so you can get some sleep someone else is gonna watch and rescue you if you fire a flare it's crucial to remeber not to fire it in and over yout life raft flare drop red hot debrea? that can burn through a life raft or you in the daylighr even without a flare you can drive attention if u have anything that have a shining surface/it doesnt require batteries can been seen from a hundred miles

you can signal a rescue from any directions any thing that shining has potential make a V with my figues keep the ship or plane in the bottom of the V just move that flash up and down my figers just like this....

Some light twigs last in the middle a web of fishing line to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

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[ 本帖最后由 pc871226 于 2008-5-18 17:52 编辑 ]

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Lady, lady!

 

The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft at handy. Ideally I get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your line and your clear life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It'll make a little easier to climb in if I deflate my life preserver.

 

You look around inside your life raft more than likely you’ll find a life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. Or if someone is in danger, the same idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too.

 

It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, it’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. You hold up much better than this storm, violent seas in your body will and protect you against sea element. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well then it’s much better than being in the water.

 

But if your dinghy is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. Not easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life line on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the strip keep your feet and pull. Once you’re on top, grab the line, go to a good drip wanna make sure the wind is into your face.

 

You've got to use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on the edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can flash some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Stay as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply to your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart will have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner? Step down, crawl up into the fetal position, and just try to stay warm from now.

 

Grab anything that flows by.

 

Seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

 

If you have a few survivors in the dinghy with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you. When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn to the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface.

 

Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my fingers, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move that flash, up and down in my fingers, just like this.

 

Some light twigs last in the middle a web of fishing line to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

 

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Lady, Lady!

 

The last thing you’re gonna wanna do is leave your boat but if you’re definitely sinking or on fire, make sure you’ve got your life raft  handy. Ideally act is get directly into the life raft from the sinking vessel. Today I don’t have that option, and I’m gonna have to swim for it. The last thing I do before I jump ship is to inflate my life preserver.

 

Make sure you always control your line and your clear life raft, so you don’t lose the life raft itself. It'll make a little easier to climb in, well, if I deflate my life preserver.

 

You look around inside your life raft more than likely you’ll find a life ring. Throw it out to fellow survivors if there are any. Or if someone is in danger, the same idea, put it on your arm, jump out, swim out and grab them and get them safely back to the life raft, too.

 

It may seem colder at first because of the wind. But being inside your life raft, it’s actually much warmer, much safer and better than being in the water. All in all, your life raft is an amazing piece of equipment. You hold up much better than this storm, violent seas in your body will and protect you against sea element. So don’t lose it. But if this is all you have well then it’s much better than being in the water.

 

But if your dinghy is upside down, you’re going to need to put it over. Not easy if you don’t know how.

 

Lift my foot into the life line on the bottom of the life raft now, grab the rope, stand up in the strip keep your feet and pull it. Once you’re on top, grab the line, go to a good drip wanna make sure the wind is into your face.

 

You've got to use the wind to help flip it or you haven’t got a chance. For this, on your feet, stand as far on this edge as you can, lean over and pull. Make sure you have no sharp objects on or around your chest. You need to, you can flash some water on and help slipping a little easier. Point your body out on the surface, kicking all your way into the raft.

 

Stay as warm as possible is now crucial. If your body gets too cold, the blood supply to your arms and legs will slow down, and your heart will have to beat quicker to keep you warm. If your body temperature drops too low, your heart will eventually stop beating.

 

Wanna stay out of the wind to crawl into the back corner? Step down, crawl up into the fetal position, and just try to stay warm from now.

 

Grab anything that flows by.

 

Seaweed is an excellent natural resource, make a bed out of it basically, this is gonna insulate you from the cold sea below, which is snapping the energy out of you. Right now, you need all the energy you can get. Keep yourself warm like this, if you’ve got enough of it, you can also pull it over your top. This can help insulate you from all the wind, cold rain. And now try to get cozy. Lay down, stay warm and relax.

 

If you have a few survivors in the dinghy with you, you need to set up a watch system. So that you can get some sleep. Someone else can watch for the rest of you. When you’re firing a flare, it’s critical to remember not to fire it in or over your life raft.

 

Flares drop red-hot debris that could burn to the raft or you. In daylight, even without a flare, you can attract attention if you have anything with a shiny surface.

 

Doesn’t require batteries, could be seen through over a hundred miles you can signal rescue in any direction. Anything that shining has potential. Make a V with my fingers, keep the ship or the plane in the bottom of the V, just move that flash, up and down in my fingers, just like this.

 

Some light twigs last in the middle a web of fishing line to support a piece of light foil and you’ve made your own signaling device. Even if no one sees it, it could help you imagine that you’re going to survive. Because doing anything is better than sitting around, waiting to die.

 

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