Once you have left the ship in a crash and have normal breathing, inflate your boat or raft, or look around for a boat, boat, raft or wreck that could support you.
Inflatable rescue boats, rafts and rafts. How to get into an inflatable boat in the water and how to put it in the correct position.
If there is no boat, dinghy or raft, collect as many floating objects as possible in order to use them as a raft. Tie everything together with any suitable tie, straps, laces, and spare clothing that are available. Do not disregard any floating equipment.
(devices for feeding solar bunnies). If a distress signal has already been sent, then you will need them to attract the attention of the rescue party when they are looking for you.
If the distress signal sent contains your coordinates, then try to stay in place, for which stand on a floating anchor. It looks like a big canvas bag. Being lowered from a boat, such an anchor slows down the drift in the wind. You can make a homemade floating anchor from any weighted floating object, securely fixed with a line. You can even use clothes, for example, tying it to the oar with straight knots. If you don’t know where you are, don’t start moving until you have set your location, but if you see the coast, head to it.
Priorities for survival at sea.
Protection against weather conditions and their effects on the body.
The location. Try to determine where you are and find out the best way to make yourself felt.
Water. Decide on stocks, immediately establish a ration, as soon as possible start collecting rainwater.
Food. Do not eat if there is not enough water, check all stocks, ensure their safe preservation, start fishing as soon as possible.
Based on the book Complete Survival Guide for Extreme Situations, in the Wild, on Land and at Sea.