Inshore Waters: Safer Boating With Ken Warby Episode 2.


With busy inshore waterways like Sydney Harbour crowded with various pleasure craft and commercial vessels the potential for serious accidents is high. Ken W…

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    • beerrunner81
    • October 24, 2013
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    2:19 Same thing applies when it comes to us truckers and cars. (ships and small boats) I can not stop my truck or turn it on a dime like a car does. We need room and lots of it. I am also a boater and understand this very well. Give the larger craft on or off the water room. Thank you. The life you save will be your own.

    See you on the water or the road and let’s get there in one piece.

    • Redgumtv
    • October 24, 2013
    Reply

    Anchored, only for the sake of the film. Far too deep where they were to drop a small boat anchor. It was the main shipping channel off Sydney heads.

    • Jason Carpp
    • October 24, 2013
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    I totally agree. Be careful when you’re out on the water.

    • FA7273
    • October 24, 2013
    Reply

    Still good advice today

    • cdw100
    • October 24, 2013
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    They were anchored, I like to troll when fishing.

    • Jason Carpp
    • October 24, 2013
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    I agree. Whether you live in Australia or here in the USA, water safety is imperative.

    • Redgumtv
    • October 24, 2013
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    Films like this are always relevant and worth the investment. I patrolled Sydney harbour in those days for years with the Navy reserve and every weekend we would rescue weekend warriors who between stubbies rarely had any idea what direction they were going.

    • Film Australia
    • October 25, 2013
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    You can never be too safe on the water. Like Ken says “safer boating, be in it too”.

    • Jason Carpp
    • October 25, 2013
    Reply

    More water safety with Ken Warby, eh?

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