Learning to swim is an important life skill. Even if you don’t live near open water you never know when being confident in water might just save your life.
Inflatables are most people’s first thought when it comes to water-based fun, and there’s loads of fantastic pool rafts for the whole family to enjoy.
Swim floats and water wings really help your children learn to swim – here’s my round-up of the best options on the market.
What is secondary drowning? How is it different from normal drowning? How can you prevent it? This post explains everything you need to know.
Sadly, drowning is one of the leading causes of deaths for children – here are some tips on keeping them safe while having fun in and around water.
Not wearing a life jacket is like playing with fire – things can get out of hand very quickly, leading to tragedy in an instant.
It can set in very quickly and is often fatal. To have the best chance of coming out alive, here’s a few pieces of advice on how to survive hypothermia.
Here are some of the essentials every boat should have – whether by law or just by common sense!
If you take out your lifejacket and find that it isn’t as fresh as it could be, or that it has succumbed to mold, there are a couple of ways to treat it.
You love being near, in, or on the water and want to bring your canine companion along for the ride. Here’s how to do it, step by step.