The first goal should be fairly obvious, get out of the water as soon as possible.
MAYDAY - MAYDAY - MAYDAYThis is the vessel Listen if possible to instructions from the Coast Guard - the CG will hear you if your radio is working as they have very tall towers so no matter where you are they’re listening.
While we may not get 50 foot rogue waves I contend the most “deadly” part of the Deadliest Catch is water temperature, they are most worried about going into the water and so should we be.total disorientation may occur after cold water immersion. gratis sider Lemvig Persons have reported ‘thrashing helplessly in the water’ for thirty seconds or more until they were able to get their bearings.”“Immersion in cold water can quickly numb the extremities to the point of uselessness.The initial shock can place severe strain on the body, producing instant cardiac arrest” adds the USSARTF.“Survivors of cold water accidents have reported the breath driven from them on first impact with the water …
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Fishing during April and May in many parts of the Great Lakes means that we are fishing in water that is in the high 30s to low 40s.This is a very dangerous and potentially deadly time of year, especially if something goes wrong and we end up in the water.Cut all your fishing lines, unfortunately people have been known to try to bring their tackle in. Maneuver the boat in a safe approach to the victim, be careful with your props, and get them out of the water, depending on the time they have been in the water they may not be able to hold a line so be prepared to grapple them in some way; use a boat hook, tie a loop in a rope and lasso them, or grab them however you can.The Coast Guard records transmissions so even if you only have one opportunity to get the call out chances are good they got it.