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Vanessa Katz, editor

   
Going to the beach is the most common form of recreation in Hawai‘i, and normally the most hazardous thing about it, once sunblock is applied, is the traffic that must be endured to get there. However, as some students recently learned, even the luxuriously warm waters of Hawai’i contain a few potential, if relatively minor, dangers.
   

Water Safety Information

   
Hawai‘i means the beach and fun in the sun. But Hawai‘i’s oceans can be dangerous and turn fun into tragedy. Use care and caution for all water activities, including swimming pools, and always read and obey safety signs. They could save your life!  
   

 

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