The liferaft features a self-righting ability, meaning that no matter how it lands in the water, it will always deploy facing the right way up - ready for boarding. It has the capacity to evacuate 25 people and is certified by DNV in accordance with SOLAS/MED. The liferaft is delivered complete with emergency kit SOLAS A pack or B pack. Made from natural rubber and high-grade canvas materials, a liferaft like this one has an expected lifespan of 15-20 years and is available with either a 12 months service interval or a 30 months extended service interval.
Lifting arrangement/suspension straps
Rainwater catchment unit, rainwater collecting bags and operational instructions inside
Double floor in the middle or double floor at the bottom incl. bilge arrangements
External, automatically activated light
Internal, automatically activated light
Blue inner canopy with double zip closure
Orange outer canopy with double zip closure
Emergency kit and liferaft equipment
Buoyant safety knife
What’s in the liferaft emergency kit?
Water and food rations; paddles; bailer; buoyant safety knife; rescue quoit with line; water bags; flares; parachute rockets; flashlights (spare batteries and bulbs); signalling mirror, SOLAS first aid kit; survival instructions; leak stopper; drinking cups; scissors; extra sea anchor and line; SOLAS smoke signals; repair kit; sea-sickness bags, thermal survival bag; bellows/pump; table of life-saving signals; and sponges.
Kits can also be supplied with desalinators, and with extra rations for polar conditions.