SANAS, whose mission is to safeguard life at sea, regrets that, despite all the appeals, there are those who put their lives at risk in the face of adverse sea conditions.
In a public notice, on their page of Facebook, the institution writes: “It passed the storm. Yet it provided stunning images all over the island. We publish one that, despite all the warnings and appeal to common sense, does not seem to have had the desired effect”.
This can be reflected all over the island with many videos over social media of people close to the sea trying to catch images and selfies with the waves.