If you are considering some level of disaster preparedness for yourself or your family then this article may provide some insights so that you might avoid making a classic Prepper mistake. And if you’re already well on the road to preparedness, this article might be the catalyst for Continue reading
Here’s a very detailed book review on The Nautical Prepper by Destiny Survival (John Wesley Smith): CLICK HERE
The recent release of the movie ‘World War Z’ has catalyzed a lot of conversation about potential catastrophic disasters; namely long-term large-scale disasters, where everyone everywhere is engulfed in the same situation. It’s a scary fact that only a small minority of people… READ MORE CLICK HERE http://www.survivalbased.com/survival-blog/2205/the-inconvenient-truth-about-disaster-preparedness/
How about bugging out on the ocean? Could it be a survival option for you? Capt. William E. Simpson II is the author of The Nautical Prepper, and he joins John on DestinySurvival Radio this week to talk about it. CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO HEAR THE SHOW
THE ULTIMATE PLAN FOR OUTFITTING YOUR BOAT AND SAILING AWAY TO SAFETY DURING A DISASTER When a catastrophic disaster strikes, chaos, panic and lawless looting will put one’s land-based shelter and life-saving supplies at risk. Bugging out on a boat is absolutely the best way to keep one’s family mobile, self-sufficient, and safe from harm. .
The Nautical Prepper presents the most innovative and effective way to address all of a family’s needs in any disaster situation such as,
- economic collapse
- massive electronic grid failure
This revolutionary guide makes it easy for even novice boaters to plan their bug-out boat. With 25 elaborate illustrations, this book provides detailed information on selecting, stockpiling, and sailing a boat, author and veteran U.S. Merchant Marine Captain William E. Simpson also covers critical sailing survival principles and techniques.
This thought-provoking book is packed with plans key to disaster preparation and survival, including mental perspective and morale, accessing and using disaster forecasting tools, and understanding the anatomy and evolution of disasters as well as the strategies and skills needed to survive them.
You can buy book at Barnes & Noble or Amazon
Here is the first book review of The Nautical Prepper by John Wesley Smith the editor of Destiny Survival: http://destinysurvival.com/2013/10/11/a-nautical-prepper-talks-about-bugging-out-to-sea-part-1/