"Ocean Safety" Hawaii (State of) Warnings Or Dangers Tip by csordila

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With care and common sense, it’s easy to enjoy the Pacific waters, but remember that strong currents, big waves, undertow, sharp coral, and potentially dangerous sea creatures (JELLYFISH!!) are all natural parts of Hawai’i’s environment. Also, many beaches are not staffed by lifeguards. A red flag on the beach indicates strong currents, and posted signs will alert you to other dangers. In case of Medical Emergencies dial 911. The resort hotels mostly have doctors on call.

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  • Updated Apr 19, 2008
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