Sb-44 what should you do to avoid capsizing or swamping?
A boat become swapped when excessive water enter it through the holes in the bottom. Swapping can lead very quickly to capsizing. The leading causes of swamping include: overloading, improper load distribution in the vessel, free-boards that are unsuitable for sea condition, improper towing, operator errors and mechanical failure. Boat swamping and capsizing can be prevented by avoiding the errors listed above and by checking vessels very well for mechanical faults before using them.