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HO IKE I KE KAI
Produced by the Department of Defense, this program points out the love and respect with which native Hawaiians regard the sea surrounding their island of Oahu, and the reasons why visitors to Oahu's 57 major beaches should exercise caution when enjoying water sports in Hawaii.
Tthe narrator, a professional surfer and water safety officer, points out that the sea surrounding this island produces more powerful, faster and larger waves than most swimmers have encountered elsewhere. To highlight the danger of the area, the film points out that despite warning signs, over a twelve month period lifeguards have made 750 rescues, most of whom were service members and tourists.
Even highly experienced surfers use extra caution on the north shore of Oahu. The program showcases potential dangers of board and body surfing, wind surfing, snorkeling and scuba diving due to a variety of waves, riptides, channels, rough water, shore breaks and rip currents. It also points out the beaches which are safe for everyone, especially children.Viewers are also educated about the variety of marine life which could be poisonous to certain individuals.
This film has a runtime of 20 minutes.
Here are some sample images from the DVD
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