Nov 112012
 

Did you know “The Nautical Lifestyle” is quickly becoming the hub for both boaters and the marine industry? It’s true! Boaters are coming here to The Nautical Lifestyle for information. It doesn’t matter if you’re into sailing, recreational boating, a first time boater, or an old salt; we have lots of information for you.

Take a look around and come back often. Fill out the Sign Up form to the right to stay informed of our current activities, articles, and the like. As you go through our website and blog, you’ll find articles, photographs, videos, interviews, books, and more for your entertainment. A lot of sail and power boat materials overlap, but if you’re looking for something specific do a search on our pages or look for a tag in the right hand column.

In the marine industry business? Check out our partner site RGColesandCo.com for writing articles, case studies, interviews, marketing, and more. The majority of our work is Business-to-Consumer (B-C), but we can handle Business-to-Business (B-B) as well. If you’re looking for something specific contact us here.  We are continuously adding new spokes to our Wheel to help you move forward in the marine industry.

Jun 232013
 

One of the best ways for families to enjoy boating is by keeping it fun. Fun means Family, Unity, New (and Exciting). Let me explain! At two boat shows I put up a flip chart and asked women the following question: If they could change one thing about boating with their guy, what would it be? The first time I did this was in Providence, RI at the boat show in January. We were halfway through []

Feb 032013
 

The Good Samaritan law protects you if you don’t go beyond the scope of your training. As long as you only advise and act upon what you’ve learned, you can’t be sued. When a person is unconscious and not breathing permission is implied. Make sure you explain everything as you’re doing each step and ask for confirmation. You’ll also want to state that you’re going to call the next level of care.

Emergencies come in many shapes and sizes – some man-made, others acts of nature. While it is impossible to control every outcome, education and planning can help you feel more confident that you and your loved ones will have the skills needed to cope. The American Red Cross offers a robust library of tips and checklists to help you before, during and after an emergency.

Did you know the US Coast Guard requires everyone wanting to get and maintain a Coast Guard license to complete CPR, First Aid, and AED training? They further recommend that all boaters be trained in CPR, First Aid, and AED, plus have a first aid kit and AED aboard their boats.

The following is a list of classes that TheNauticalLifestyle offers:

CPR

First Aid

AED (Automatic Electronic Defribillator)

NASBLA – boat safety

In the CPR and First Aid class you’ll learn:

  • CPR for Adults, Children, and Infants
  • Use of AED (Automatic External Defibrillator)
  • First Aid Basics
  • Medical Emergencies as they pertain to being on a boat

Upon successful completion you will receive a certification from the American Red Cross. This card is good for two years.

To learn more about these classes or to schedule a class for your group send an email to:

Robin @ TheNauticalLifestyle.com  or call 339-532-8334

 

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