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Ocean Signal RescueME EDF1 Electronic Distress Flare - 7 Mile Range [750S-01710]

SKU: 56984

RescueME EDF1 Electronic Distress Flare - 7 Mile RangeThe world's most compact electronic distress flareThe rescueME EDF1 electronic distress flare offers users a safe and long-lasting solution to visual signalling...

Ocean Signal RescueME EDF1 Electronic Distress Flare - 7 Mile Range [750S-01710]

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Ocean Signal Replacement Mount f/rescueME EPIRBs [703S-01600]

SKU: 78442

Replacement Mount for rescueME EPIRB's Ocean Signal's replacement mount.Compatible With: rescueME EPIRB 1 rescueME EPIRB 3 *Sold as an Individual  Specifications: Type: Mounting Brackets Box Dimensions: 3"H x 9"W x 9"L...

Ocean Signal Replacement Mount f/rescueME EPIRBs [703S-01600]

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Ocean Signal Replacement Battery Pack f/rescueME EDF1 Electronic Flare [751S-01771]

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Replacement Battery Pack for rescueME EDF1 Electronic FlareIncludes replacement battery pack. Does not include rescueME EDF1 electronic flare. The rescueME EDF1 electronic distress flare offers users a safe and long-lasting...

Ocean Signal Replacement Battery Pack f/rescueME EDF1 Electronic Flare [751S-01771]

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Marine Safety Equipment

Marine safety equipment refers to a set of equipment and devices that are essential for ensuring the safety of passengers and crew members on boats and ships. This equipment includes life-saving devices such as life jackets, life rafts, and EPIRBs (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons), which can help in emergency situations. Other important components of marine safety equipment include fire extinguishers, distress signals, navigation lights, and radar reflectors. In addition, bilge pumps, first aid kits, emergency steering systems, and lifebuoys are also important items of marine safety equipment that can prevent accidents and injuries at sea. Regular maintenance and inspection of marine safety equipment is necessary to ensure its proper functioning in case of an emergency. The proper use of marine safety equipment can save lives and prevent accidents at sea.

Marine Safety Equipment, Devices & Accessories

There are various types of marine safety equipment that are essential for safe navigation and operation of vessels. Some of the most common marine safety equipment are:

PLB (Personal Locator Beacons)

A Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) is a small, portable electronic device that is used to alert search and rescue services in the event of an emergency. PLBs are designed to be carried by individuals, and are intended for use in remote locations where there is little or no cell phone coverage.

PLBs are typically activated manually by the user in the event of an emergency. When activated, the device transmits a distress signal on a dedicated frequency, which can be picked up by satellite-based search and rescue systems. This signal includes a unique identification code, which allows rescuers to identify the specific PLB that is transmitting the distress signal.

Personal Flotation Devices

Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs) are designed to help a person stay afloat in the water and can help prevent drowning in the event of an accident. They are considered an essential piece of safety equipment for anyone who participates in water activities such as boating, swimming, fishing, or kayaking, among others.

Marine Safety Lights

Marine safety lights are a critical component of safety equipment on boats and other watercraft, as they help ensure the vessel is visible to other boats and to rescuers in case of an emergency. Here are some common types of marine safety lights:

  1. Navigation lights: These lights are required on all boats and help indicate the boat's position and direction of travel. Navigation lights include a red light on the port side (left side), a green light on the starboard side (right side), and a white light on the stern (rear) of the boat.

  2. Anchor lights: These lights are used when a boat is at anchor, and are required by law to be displayed between sunset and sunrise. An anchor light is a white light that is visible from all sides of the boat.

  3. Emergency lights: These lights can be used to signal distress or to attract attention in an emergency situation. Emergency lights can include a flashing white light, a strobe light, or a flare.

  4. Underwater lights: These lights are installed on the bottom of the boat and can be used to illuminate the water around the boat. Underwater lights can also make the boat more visible at night.

  5. Deck lights: These lights are used to illuminate the deck of the boat and can be useful when working or fishing at night.

Marine Dry Bag

Marine waterproof bags are specially designed bags that are made to protect personal belongings and equipment from water damage in marine environments. They are made from materials that are durable, waterproof, and resistant to saltwater, which makes them ideal for use on boats, kayaks, and other watercraft.

EPIRBs - (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon)

An Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) is a device that is used to alert search and rescue authorities in the event of an emergency at sea. EPIRBs are typically used by boats, ships, and other vessels to transmit a distress signal to satellites, which then relay the signal to rescue authorities.

Gasoline Fume Detector

A gasoline fume detector is a safety device that monitors the levels of gasoline vapors in the air and alerts the crew to the presence of potentially dangerous levels of fumes. These fumes can be highly flammable and pose a significant safety risk, particularly in enclosed spaces such as the cabin of a boat. Gasoline fume detectors are designed to detect the presence of gasoline vapors and sound an alarm when the concentration of fumes reaches a certain level. It is important to install and maintain gasoline fume detectors properly to ensure they are functioning correctly and providing accurate readings. By detecting gasoline fumes early, these devices can help prevent accidents and protect the crew and vessel from harm.

Flotation Coats/Pants

Flotation coats and pants are specialized clothing designed to provide buoyancy and protect wearers from hypothermia in the event of an accidental immersion in water. These garments are typically made with closed-cell foam insulation and are designed to keep the wearer afloat in water, even if they are unconscious.

Flotation coats and pants are commonly used by people who work or play on or near bodies of water, such as fishermen, boaters, and water rescue personnel. These garments are usually brightly colored or have reflective strips to increase visibility in the water.

Dry Suits

Dry suits are waterproof and breathable garments that are used to keep a person dry and warm in cold water environments. They are made of specialized materials, such as Gore-Tex, and feature watertight seals at the wrists, ankles, and neck to prevent water from entering. Dry suits are commonly used for activities like scuba diving, kayaking, and whitewater rafting, where exposure to cold water can be prolonged. It's important to note that dry suits require specialized training to use safely, and proper maintenance and care is necessary to ensure their effectiveness. Overall, dry suits are an important piece of equipment for anyone engaging in cold water activities.

Man Overboard Devices

Man Overboard Devices, or MOB Devices, are electronic devices that are used to detect and alert the crew when a person has fallen overboard from a boat or ship. There are several types of MOB Devices available, including personal MOB alarms, AIS MOB beacons, and integrated MOB systems. MOB Devices use various technologies, such as GPS and AIS, to locate and transmit the MOB's position to the crew or rescue services. These devices are an important safety tool for any vessel, but they should not be used as a substitute for proper safety equipment and procedures, and crew members should receive proper training in MOB recovery techniques.

Marine First Aid Kit

A marine first aid kit is a specialized first aid kit designed for use on boats and other watercraft. It typically includes medical supplies and equipment that are specifically chosen to address the unique challenges of providing medical care in a marine environment. Items that are commonly included in a marine first aid kit include bandages and dressings of various sizes and shapes, sterile saline solution for flushing wounds, seasickness medication, and anti-inflammatory medications. The contents of a marine first aid kit will vary depending on the size and intended use of the vessel, as well as the length and type of voyage. Crew members should be familiar with the contents of the kit and know how to use them in case of an emergency. Regularly checking and restocking the marine first aid kit is also important to ensure that it remains up-to-date and effective.

Water Helmet

A water helmet is a type of helmet designed for water sports such as kayaking, canoeing, rafting, and stand-up paddleboarding. It is designed to protect the head from impacts with rocks, logs, or other hazards that may be encountered on the water.

Water helmets typically have a hard outer shell made of durable materials such as ABS plastic or fiberglass, and a soft inner liner for comfort and impact absorption. They may also feature adjustable straps for a secure fit, ventilation to keep the head cool, and a visor to protect the eyes from the sun.

Safety Whistle

A safety whistle is a small device that produces a loud, high-pitched sound when blown, and it is typically used to signal for help or to alert others to a potential danger. Safety whistles are commonly used in outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and boating, as well as in emergency situations such as natural disasters or accidents.

Fingerless Gloves

Fingerless gloves are a type of handwear that cover the hand and wrist, but leave the fingers exposed. They are made from a variety of materials such as leather, wool, or synthetic fibers, and are used for activities that require manual dexterity, such as typing, cycling, or weightlifting. By leaving the fingers exposed, fingerless gloves provide greater flexibility and tactile sensitivity than full gloves, making them ideal for tasks that require fine motor skills. They are available in a wide range of styles, from practical and utilitarian to fashionable and trendy, and are popular among outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, and anyone who needs to keep their hands warm while maintaining dexterity. Fingerless gloves can also be layered over traditional gloves for added warmth and protection in colder climates.