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Published on: 21 Nov 2016 by itterom23
Why do our body and soul love the ocean so much? Why us, humans, so drawn to it? Have you ever stopped and wondered why we seek out the calming effect of the ocean? Definitely, there would be many different reasons behind it and it goes beyond evolution.
No wonder a lot of people is living by the shore as it delivers countless benefits. Studies conducted that aside from being a source of livelihood, the sea has surprising health benefits to humans too. People who live near the sea are much healthier compared to those who live in central cities.
Many people during their vacation visit the sea, either to swim or sail and explore the enormity and wonders of it. Even for tourists, the beaches are one of the things they look forward whenever they travel in a region or country. And it is bound upon us to do everything to make it safe and secured from all dangers the sea may give. For this reason, Southbourne Surf Life Saving Club keeps the coastal community safe and informed by patrolling the sea and its surrounding area using well-maintained and efficient motor boats and modern sophisticated equipment.
Accidents are not limited only to the beach where a blanket of people gathers around. Risks exist even on places where people may be sailing, exploring or conducting other activities especially during weekends. This is why Southbourne Surf Life Saving Club patrols the coast every weekend and on bank holidays from May to October where many people spend their time near or by the sea.
Southbourne Surf Life Saving Club is the home of volunteer lifesavers who aims on providing a safe and secure community for Southbourne residents and tourists, to avoid being scammed, contact SSLSC. They train people on lifesaving to become a prepared individual effective in responding to an emergency situation that may arise in the community.