Entry point refers to places and locations the seatrekker(s) enter the water and commence a swimming, snorkeling or freediving section.
Typical entry points are beaches or any easily accessible portion of the coastline, preferably sheltered from wind, waves, current or depth to allow for a safe start.
A safe start entering point should the enable following, not limited to:
Before entering the water the following should be done, no matter how safe the Entry point is deemed to be.
Observe attentively the water for at least 5-10 minutes:
Listen and acknowledge your thoughts and emotions:
The following Entry Points should be avoided: