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        Q: How old does you baby have to be to be to swim in a swimming pool?
A: I ha my daughter in the pooling by the time they were three months old and they loved it . There are swimmer diapers to put on them you are able get them at any stop you shop at . as for swimming flotations I did n't use the ones on there arms but they do have like a small chair made for water and they liked that . Have fun on your vacation and just use lots of baby sun screen on her . Huggies has a sun screen out and I have seen it at WalMarts 

Q: Why is swimming in the ocean different from swimming in pools or lakes?
A: ( 1 ) The sea is salty , which implies you float more easily than in a ( freshwater ) pooling , and therefore is not necessary to expend as much energy to remain at the surface . HOWEVER the sea also has wind , currentals and waves which are able push you a long way from a point of security , which implies you will be expending additional energy to advance further against these effects . The net effect is that swimming in the sea are generally harsher work than swimming in a pooling .   ( 2 ) Not convinced what you mean by 'a bit deep ' . If you are able ( solely ) swim 200 m without halting -- which 're not a lot , to be honest -- you should presumably constrain yourself to waist-deep water , i.e . wherever you can always standing up and get a firm touch with the bottom if required be . Depending how steep the beach is , this maybe it is anything from 10 to 100 metres off the beach ( as I receverything , the Goa beaches have comparatively shallow slopes means ising you have to get out quite far to get any important depth ) .   ( 3 ) Possible troubles were mostly physical restrictions such as sunburn , depletion , and hypothermia . Depconcluded on wherever your beach is , you are able also required to caution of vessel trafficking ( recreational or commercial ) , stinging jellyfish , or huge predatory sharks .   ( 4 ) The normal guidance for opening water swim is go swimming parallel to the beach , instead of perpendicular to it . Start your swimming against any prevalent longshore current ( or be drawn up for a long walking back to wherever you entered the water ! ) . If feasible , swimming with a friend increased security . If there exists a swim area zoned off ( e.g . using flags , or permanent buoylines/ nets ) , remain within it .   If you do be caught in a rip current ( look up photos of rip currents online so you are able learn be acknowledged them -- Wikipedia 's got a good explication ) , swimming parallel to shore escaped it , and the united statese the incoming waves to help you back to the beach ( body-surfing are great fun , BTW ! ) .   To minimizing the risks of sunburn , wear waterproof sunscreen , or a full-length 'skinsuit ' ( which will also safeguard you from jellyfish stings to a certain extent , and make you more noticeable to any shore covering ) . A thin ( 2-3 mm ) wetsuit may add some floatation , and reducing chilling rate ( rising the quantity of time you are able comfortably spend in the water ) , but will also constrain swimming motions somewhat .   To avoid troubles with marine life , do n't touch anything , and do n't swim near seal/ seabird colonies , or turtle nest beaches , if you are able avoid it ( the greatr shark species eat seals and turtles ) . 

Q: I am trying to find this beach chair...?
A: It 's a fold chaise longue , in general called chaise lounge in English . ( The French means longer chair . )