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Old 16 January 2007, 08:59   #11
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One of the crew on the other raft did - we were OK!!

I wouldn't have wanted to swim in the pool after an SS session... or clean the filters...

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Old 16 January 2007, 15:56   #12
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Try spending an hour in a liferaft during one of simulated storms!! A liferaft is the last place I want to be...(unless I really have to....obviously). It really makes you appreciate the advice that, should you need to use one, always 'step-up' into your raft!!

It also doesn't help that most of the Sea Survival courses at the college run Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday - with the pool session on Tuesday, just after lunch...

And lunch on Tuesdays is a carvery...... yum yum......



D...
i had pleasure to spend few hours on life rat on training in Poland ( i was lifeboat crew for 7 years and that is not really nice thing and after meal :P
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you have brilliant oportunity to train on swimming pool we were doing this on open see

i hope one day i will join lifeboat team in uk .
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