Princess Charlene on Water Safety Day

The princess attended an event hosted by her foundation on Thursday, June 30th.

The event was on hold for two years. On Thursday, June 30th, Water Safety Day was back and we had a splash at Larvot Beach. A unique moment hosted by the Princess Charlene Foundation and the Academy of Monaco de La Mer (Monaco Sea Academy) to raise awareness of lifesaving, water safety and first aid for students in the Principality.

As Princess Charlene saw, 40 6th grade / year 7 students from Charles III Junior High School and François Dasse Nicholas Balrain Institute attended several workshops.

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Foundation ambassador and four-time world freediving record-breaker Pierre Flora and his team at the Monegasque Sea Academy, backed by the Monegasque Red Cross First Aid Trainer, gave young people an inshore low rescue and rescue tube. Introduced, Nipper Board, Musical Stick and CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).

The kids also had the opportunity to meet 15 Olympic champions and medalists who participated in the Committed Celebrities Challenge at the end of the day, including swimming, relay races on the beach, and paddle rescue relays on the menu. In particular, in 2003, World Sea Rescue Champion Julian Laranne and World 4x100m Relay Champion Muriel Hurtis participated.

Related item: Photo.Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival

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© Communication Department / Stephen Danna Princess Charlene on Water Safety Day

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