It’s Hot Out There – What To Do If You Get Into Difficulty!

Even over the Summer months, the temperature of the sea will remain around 10 – 14 degree’s, low enough to trigger ‘cold water shock’.  Our team are urging people if they get into difficulty in the water try to fight the urge to panic (thrash around etc) and float on your back until you get your breathing under control.  Watch this video now, it just could help save your life – please share.  #Floattolive #Respectthewater #BeWaterAware

It’s Hot Out There – RNLI – Float to Live Campaign

More useful links:

Find your nearest lifeguarded beach

Float to live campaign

Survivors Story – Evan’s Story

Beach Safety

Cold Water Shock – know the facts

Free swimming lessons at the coast – Swim Safe Margate

Inflatables advice