Monthly Archives: June 2011
From Noonsite:Caribbean, Southern Windward Islands – Burglaries during Dinner Hour Extra Caution/Awareness SuggestedOver the last 2 months, several reports have been received from yachts in the Southern Windwards who have been burgled whilst ashore for dinner. The Caribbean Safety & Security Net reports that there has been speculation that, in certain anchorages, someone watches from … Continue reading
From the folks at Low Tech Combat ‘The Colour Codes of Awareness can be used as a model or system for conceptualishttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifing just how we should actually apply awareness. Many people espouse that we should always maintain awareness of our surroundings and be on the lookout for warning signs and indicators that warn of a … Continue reading
Catching up on some posting. Thanks to all who check in here, drop me a line and let me know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are two from gCaptain – one on Iridium inReach and one on Epirbs As readers here know, we stress situational awareness and safety – as well as the more … Continue reading
Some great words of advice in this article from The Modern Survivalist – ‘The two most common rules, the ones that people that get hurt or killed by them fail to remember are 1) Don’t get involved with them! 2) Get away from them as fast as possible.’ When taking the shoreside excursions, security needs … Continue reading
Thanks again to Eaglespeak The world is not becoming a ‘kinder, gentler’ place. As economies still are not prospering as they were, resources are getting a bit tighter, etc., expect more of these incidents. Take measures to protect yourselves and your vessels.