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Topic: US Coast Guard Kayaking Safety information  (Read 675 times)

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Ronaldo

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Hi all.  I found this information about kayaking safety on the US Coast Guard Auxiliary website below.  I hesitated to post because I figured y'all probably already did post it, or know about it.  But then I saw this information is very recent and after a quick search of the ncka site and not finding anything I thought it was too good and important to not have on here.

http://wow.uscgaux.info/content.php?unit=RB-GROUP&category=paddle-craft-safety

Ronaldo
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