Surviving at sea
The ISAF-certified skipper safety training by WELL SAILING on the Baltic Sea is a must for every sailor and motorboat driver!
A safety training should be part of the obligatory program of professional seafaring. Partially, the ISAF certificate is mandatory on traditional ships, some sport boats which are for commercial purposes and for the participation in regattas. Also, if you sail or drive motor boats in private the skipper training "Safety at sea" can be lifesaving. You will get to know situations that won't make any difference between leisure and profession!
- Leak defence training
- Practical use of the life raft
- Practical firefighting
- Rescue of people who fell overboard
- Dangers of hypothermia ( reduction of body temperature)
- Handling of pyrotechnical distress signal
The price for the two-day seminar amounts to 480,- EUR per person
Date: 25.05. & 26.05. from 9.00 am - 7.00 pm
Location: Sailng School Well Sailing
Date: 24.05. from 1.30 pm to 2.15 pm & from 4.15 to 5.00 pm | 25.05. & 26.05. from 1.00 pm to 1.45 pm & 4.00 to 4.45 pm
Location: Area 4 / Water Event Area
No skipper likes to hear this call. If it happens it begins with the problem of holding eye contact with the person and the quick maneuver to get to the man or woman. Should this succeed there is another big problem coming ahead: how do I get this person back on board? Usually all trainings end here and the skipper faces a real problem.
We instead make this problem a subject of discussion on the HAMBURG ancoa YACHTFESTIVAL and demonstrate possible solutions on how even a small crew can lift an immobile person safely back on board.
Thanks to the kind support of the manufacturer we are able to additionally test the latest rescue system and to present it in practice.
Date: Daily from 2.00 pm to 2.25 pm
Location: Exhibition Hall / Stage
You saved the man overboard - and now?
First aid in an emergency can save lives!
In the lectures of our paramedic Rebecca Snedker you'll get to know the most important information about the first aid and the particularities at sea.
How can I help myself with the material aboard? How do I call for help? Do I actually have a good equipped first aid kit?
As you can see, this first aid differs from the first aid on land. This is why the mentioned questions and many more, particularities, procedures and treatments of injuries will be clarified in her lectures.
Topics in detail:
- Particularities and conditions at sea
- Material aboard - what can I use in an emergency? What is necessary to have?
- Injuries aboard - common accidents and how to handle them
- Further help - whom do I have to contact to get further help?
Date: 25.05 & 26.05 from 3.30 pm to 4.00 pm
Loation: Area 4 / Water Event Area
The DGzRSis responsible for the search and rescue service (SAR = Search and Rescue) when it comes to an emergengy at sea.
The 54 stations with their 60 cruisers and lifeboats secure the german regions from the northern to the eastern sea and the area between the ems delta in the west and the Bay of Pomerania in the east.
The Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC) in Bremen coordinates all of the SAR measures.
Please come aboard on time when the DGzRS demonstrates how an operation could look like.