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Stay safe in the sea: 5 quick tips

Stay safe next time you take a dip in the sea with our five quick tips.

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We love a beach holiday in the UK. Whether you're jetting off abroad or heading to the coast for a stay-cation, it's important to stay safe when you're swimming in the sea. 

Follow our five quick tips to make sure you swim in safety.

  1. Read and follow the instructions on any beach safety signs.
  2. Don’t get caught out by bad weather – check the forecast.
  3. Don’t swim after drinking alcohol or taking drugs.
  4. Make sure a friend or family member knows where you are.
  5. Swim across a rip current rather than against it. Only swim back to shore when you can no longer feel the current.

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