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Be prepared; think ‘what if?’ and don’t ruin a good day out on the water with insufficient planning.

Before setting sail on a passage which will involve sailing in the dark, thought should be given to how the dark will make the trip different to a voyage completed in daylight only.

Notices to Mariners are issued from a number of different sources, such as the UK Hydrographic Office, Trinity House or Local Harbour Authorities.

There have been a number of incidents where people have been killed or injured when their boat's mast came into contact with overhead power lines.

Counterfeit products pose a danger to the safety of vessels and crews.

Keep a friend or relative ashore appraised of your plans and any changes and have suitable means of communication on board for routine messaging and emergency situations.

Consider carefully the type of rope used for specific tasks.

Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is the most common type of fatal air poisoning in many countries. You cannot see, feel, smell or taste carbon monoxide.

Fires on boats can become serious very quickly. Luckily, it’s easy to equip yourself with the knowledge and kit to prevent – or tackle – a blaze…

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