Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Join USPS Expand

Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Join USPS Expand

Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Join USPS Expand your knowledge and enhance your enjoyment of recreational boating Boating is fun, well show you how and dont forget to wear your life jacket 1 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron

Skipper Saver Manatee Sail & Power Squadron 2 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Skipper Saver The purpose of this seminar is to mitigate the consequences of emergencies at sea. How you react will in most cases significantly improve the outcome.

If you have a serious problem, the information you learn here will help you! 3 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Safety Equipment 4 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Don't Panic!!!

The best defense against panic is: Knowledge! 5 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron First Things First! 1 - Get the boat under control 2 - Man Overboard 3 - Fire: Learn to use a fire extinguisher 4 - Provide Emergency First Aid 5 - Call for help

6 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron First Things First 1 - Get the boat under control! 2 Fire! Get it put out! 3 Skipper Skipper Overboard Skipper Injured Breathing Bleeding 4 Call For Help

7 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Get The Boat Under Control Under power - Gradually slow down - Reverse if needed - Anchor? Under sail - Turn into the wind - Let the sails luff - Lower (furl) sails - Start the engine in neutral

8 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Man Overboard! Get the Boat Under Control Throw PFD, cushion, life ring Assign a spotter Press MOB on GPS Reduce speed Turn around Approach from downwind Call for help from fellow boaters Check for Hypothermia

9 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Recovery 10 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Using The Fire Extinguisher Pull pin Aim at base of fire Squeeze handle

Sweep side to side 11 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Apply First Aid Assess situation Apply first aid - Assure patient is breathing - Stop Severe Bleeding Call for help if needed Make patient comfortable

12 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Call For HELP! Marine radio Cell Phone Distress flag Flares Lights (flash, strobe and spot) 13

Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Marine VHF Radio Push to Talk! Release to Listen Channel Selection Up/Down Speaker

Channel 16 One Button Distress (DSC) Channel 16/9 Instant Select Courtesy of ICOM On/Off Volume Squelch

Control Scan/Channel Select Power High/Low Key 14 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Using the marine VHF radio to call for help! Channel 16 - Hailing channel

- Coast Guard monitors 24/7 Working channel - Coast guard will tell you what channel to turn to. - If you don't make contact, always go back to channel 16. The CG will also. 15 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Place Near Your Radio!

16 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Emergency distress call - MAYDAY MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY THIS IS SAILBOAT LUCKY, LUCKY, LUCKY MAYDAY LUCKY: OVER VESSEL CALLING MAYDAY - THIS IS COAST GUARD: THIS IS SAILBOAT LUCKY OVER

MY POSITION APPROXIMATELY 5 MILES OFF EGMONT KEY COMPASS BEARING 120. WE ARE SLOWLY SINKING. ESTIMATED FLOAT TIME ONE HOUR. FOUR PERSONS ABOARD, ONE INJURED, FRACTURED LEG. WE ARE 25 FOOT SAILBOAT, COLOR WHITE WITH BLUE TRIM. LUCKY: OVER. COAST GUARD REPLIES WITH FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS 17 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Cell Phone

Unreliable for primary contact No broadcast Useful as backup Coast Guard (911) 18 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron GPS Provides Your Location!

Push page button till you find numbers like these! 410 27.7 N Latitude 700 33.4 W Longitude 19 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Next! When you have the boat, fire,

and first aid under control, you have several options: Wait for help to arrive Proceed to the nearest land fall or port Go home 20 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Wait for help to arrive! Anchoring Be sure the

bitter end of the anchor line is tied to the boat! 21 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Anchoring Drop the anchor straight down Let boat drift down wind: about 5 times water depth (power back

gently if needed to set anchor) Tie off on bow cleat 22 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Anchor Recovery Retrieve anchor by taking in line while moving boat toward anchor When directly

above anchor, raise gear If stuck, circle under power Do not drag the anchor 23 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Moving to Safety!

Run blower for 4 minutes Start engine Return boat to dock Stop engine/drop sails Using Lines 24 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron

Typical Helm Controls for engine - Starter - Gear shift - Throttle Controls for steering - Wheel - Tiller Instruments - Navigation - Engine status 25

Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Starting the Engine Engine Instruments Helm Throttle & Gear Shift Circuit Breakers

Blower Switch Key and Ignition Switch Run blower 4 minutes before starting engine 26 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Steering the Boat Gradual power change

Single vs. dual engines Wheel vs. tiller Weather: Beware of waves and wind Direction: Watch for effects of current and tide 27 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Rules of the Road Rules for Passing and Meeting Navigation Aids (marks)

Basic Navigation Lights 28 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Navigation Aids Channel Aids ICW Aids Come for the Boating Education ... Stay for the Friends! Friends! 29

Manatee Sail & Power Squadron 2 Rules Red Right Returning (in channels) Red Land Side ( in the ICW)

Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Other Boats Dead ahead DANGER ZONE 112.5 DEGREES (FROM DEAD AHEAD TO 22.5 DEGREES ABAFT THE STARBOARD If other boat is to starboard (your right)

Give Way BEAM). Starboard beam 22.5 DEG ABA REES STA FT RBO ARD BEA

M If other boat is to port Maintain Course Astern 31 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Meeting Head-On Power

Give Way! Power Give Way! Power Give Way! Sail Stand on! When in a narrow channel, stay to the right side when possible 32 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron

Docking Prepare early - Fenders - Lines Proceed slowlywalking speed Get help from people on the dock Secure boat immediately or it will drift away 33

Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Using Lines Cleat Hitch Used to secure a line to boat or dock Cleats are varied shapes, sizes, & materials >>34 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron

Round Turns & Hitches 35 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Being Towed Put on your life jacket! Towing skipper will tell you what to do! Catch the tow line and tie off

Return to the cockpit 36 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Other Emergencies 37 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Rough Weather Put on life jacket Adjust speed to conditions (slowdown)

Close hatches and portholes Reduce sail Seek shelter 38 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Crossing Large Waves Cross at angle not head-on and slow down Angle should maintain steerage Avoid traveling parallel to waves

Control speed on up & down slope Same procedures for large wake 39 >>39 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Adverse Effects of Sun Sunstroke/Heatstroke Sever Sunburn Move patient out of the sun Sip cool water, or suck on

ice chips Cool patient with wet towels Seek medical help 40 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Aground! Put on life jacket Check hull for damage and leaking

Check engine response: back and forward Try to free boat Stuck: call for help 41 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Carbon Monoxide Odorless,

colorless, deadly Present around exhaust Also galley stoves, internal heaters, generators 42 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Carbon Monoxide Treatment

Victim must breathe fresh air If breathing stopped CPR Get medical attention Watch for relapse >>43 Manatee Sail & Power Squadron End of Seminar! Developed by: Manatee Sail & Power Squadron:

Education Department Any Questions? Contributons from MSPS: N Club, Seamanship, ABC, Partners in Command Manatee Sail & Power Squadron Support Documents Skipper Saver Description 2 Power Point Presentations (lecture & class) Things To Do Now On Board Safety Card

Quick Summary On Board Check List For Instructors 2 Hand Books (Lecture & Class)

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