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A Coast Guard ride-along in the waters off of Honolulu Monday gave KHON2 a look at how the organization looks to keep people safe on the water during the upcoming 4th of July holiday.
The annual conference is open to all interested parties. Registration fee for the one-day conference is $50.00 More details and registration information are available at:
A lot of people are expected to hit the water July Fourth. And officials want to prevent a repeat of the chaos they’ve seen off Waikiki in recent years.
What has become the notorious July Fourth “Floatilla” off Waikiki has prompted early warnings from local officials hoping to discourage a large turnout and drinking in the water as a way to celebrate
There are many beaches where you can have fun while under the watchful eye of a trained lifeguard. Going to a lifeguarded beach can save your life in the event of an emergency.
Get timely and accurate conditions at lifeguarded beaches in Hawaii from HawaiiBeachSafety.com. Updated every 15 minutes based on forecasts by the National Weather Service.
Participating in ocean activities can be dangerous, and the risk of drowning and spinal cord injury is always present. Drowning and spinal cord injury are both preventable; don’t become the next statistic.