Survival at Sea
Seas and oceans can be some of the most dangerous places on Earth. Throughout history, there are tales of people who have faced shipwrecks, attacks, or mutiny and survived. And some have willingly taken on the challenge of sailing alone in vast oceans.
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SURVIVAL AT SEA
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ALONE AT SEA
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