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What are the safety measure requires that should be taken with kids under 10 years old.??
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Re: Safety measures required

The most important safety rule/requirement is wearing a PFD at all times on deck or cockpit.
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I've seen other posts suggesting a pfd even when on/at the dock.
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ok, i'll bit?? what is spamowhamo? I thught it was a fair question -- whatdid i miss?
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What are the safety measure requires that should be taken with kids under 10 years old.??
On the off-chance that anyone reading this has kids under 10 and isn't sure what to do:

Wearing of PFD's by all and sundry is obvious and a tether is a good idea if you can get them to wear one. The non-obvious one is that, if, heaven forbid, they do happen to fall overboard, a designated adult (usually their mother! ) has to be ready to instantly go in after them.

Normal MOB recovery procedures apply from there.
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