- published: 23 Aug 2010
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Servicing a liferaft. Liferafts are a very important part of the safety equipments of boats, yachts, fishing vessels etc. They have to be serviced continously every 2-3 years. The video shows the service of a liferaft from the first step till the ending.
Inspecting and inflating our VIKING RescYou™ liferaft.
Unpacking liferaft for service.
Watching as our life raft is being serviced.
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30 years old, 24 years since its last service, see how the life raft from Faoin Spéir performs.
We never do things the easy way...! The time has come to get our Viking RescYou liferaft serviced. It's about a year overdue (don't worry, it's still safe) and because we're soon to be embarking on another sailing season, we need to get this thing serviced and ready to go. Of course, being us, we decide to get the extremely heavy liferaft off the transom on the one day we have bad weather: the boat was bucking up and down, we had a pillar to negotiate around, and there was just the two of us. Enter our hero, the lovely marina staff here at St John Yacht Harbour, who helped us manhandle the liferaft onto the pontoon. It honestly would have ended up in the water had he not rushed to our rescue. We take it to the local service centre, where the very kind staff unpack it, inflate it, and...
Six man ocean-worthy life raft being opened indoors.
I'm proud to present to you, my rarest and most expensive Military Ration reviewed to date. The US AAF Life Raft Ration - check out the video and the amazing condition of this fantastic time capsule! All contents and can (along with so many other items behind the set-lines) are donated to The Military Ration Museum http://www.rationmuseum.com/ Hope you like the review! -Steve http://www.mremarketplace.com/ http://www.mreinfo.com/ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2821334&ty=h And thank you everyone for watching & subscribing - hope you enjoyed this one, as I certainly did making it! -Steve ** All Music By: Steve1989 MREinfo ** (Random video of the day) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrUcdCCD4_U Check out the other awesome YT reviewers: stickyfingaz745: https://www.youtube.com/channe...
A life raft on a C-17 aircraft can deploy in less than a minute.
On Wednesday 28th March, we took Magic Hawk's life raft to Norwest Marine in Liverpool for it's 3 year service. The life raft is a Sea Safe 4 Person Self-Righting model containing a less than 24 hour pack. This is how it was serviced plus our trip into Liverpool for lunch and sight seeing!
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This 3D video demonstrates in detail how to use VIKING's Davit-launched liferaft.
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This video explains and demonstrates the proper use of the contents of your liferaft's Coastal, SOLAS B or SOLAS A Survival equipment pack. The video also shows how a raft's survival equipment can be upgraded by moving to a higher grade pack, or by having additional personally selected items added. Through dramatizations and interviews with survivors that have used liferafts, survival equipment pack contents are explored in light of the general priorities of the Seven Steps to Survival as they apply in a sea survival situation. The video is divided into eight sections: 1. Recognition 2. Inventory 3. Shelter 4. Signals 5. Water 6. Food 7. Play 8. Summary
In this 4-day Advanced Scene Study Masterclass actors will discover the joy and freedom that is possible when they are in service of something bigger than themselves – The play! http://www.16thstreet.com.au/classes/the-larry-moss-masterclass-2018-participants-and-auditors/
With 75% of the earth's surface covered with water, the need for acquiring the skills to survive extended periods on open water makes a lot of sense. This video will not only examine those skills but also addresses aircraft preparation, aircraft ditching, aircraft evacuation and the gear needed to ensure survival. Additionally, rescue/pick-up devices used to extract survivors from this environment will be discussed.
This MRE is a 5 in 1 Small Detachment Ration. First used in World War 2 and contains 20,000 calories - or food for 5 men for one day. Check out this incredibly rare & unusual discovery - and the treasures inside - along with some gnarly finds as well. Contact me at: https://www.facebook.com/Steve1989mreinfo/ *Special* - - First review of MRE Pizza on YT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2abaJGOVNCA http://www.mremarketplace.com/ http://www.mreinfo.com/ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2821334&ty=h And thank you everyone for watching & subscribing - hope you enjoyed this one, as I certainly did making it! -Steve ** All Music By: Steve1989 MREinfo ** Check out the other awesome YT reviewers: stickyfingaz745: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChEqR37txqYozXbbitVDd7A RC Gusto: https://www...
Check out what British soldiers ate during The Second Boer Conflict of 1899-1902 when in a last ditch effort ! This is the second oldest thing I've ever eaten (Oldest was that Hardtack) and much unexpected considering this MRE's condition. It was pretty rough - and the smell when cooking the dried beef (Pretty much a pemmican) is nearly indescribable. It was quite the experience. And for old rations up next we will see the next generation in Emergency Rations - (1918). This is pioneering in food technology - the beef was still edible. It was a pulverized, slow cooked, dried, and compressed meat by-product bar. Way ahead of it's time - this was food tech that was adopted by the U.S. Quartermaster Corps of Sustenance and Natick Food Labs decades later. For correspondence, or to send a Milit...
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I was gifted some out of date survival kits from an airplane, lots of interesting gear inside. After watching the video, I realised there is no ignition sources for making fire. thats ok as long you are in a rubber raft. but if you gets stranded on land, it would have been nice. especially since you aren't allowed to bring any kind of fire starters onto the plane.
As highly respected Marine Safety experts, we made one of three talks in The Yacht Market's Knowledge Zone at Southampton Boat Show 2017. Our talk focused on the importance of servicing and maintaining your lifejacket. The very interactive talk demonstrates how to tell if your gas canister is usable, what to look for when maintaining your lifejacket and included four volunteers who experienced their first lifejacket inflation. Learn more and join our FREE Service Club at https://www.oceansafety.com/latest-news/330-service-club-membership-2
This is freely downloadable at the Internet Archive, where I first uploaded it. 1953 U.S. Navy training film # MN-7418, Submarine Escape. No description at the National Archives, but this film instructs submariners on how to escape a submarine in case of emergency. Eek. National Archives Identifier: 74740
This is a survival kit used by U.S. Pilots during the Vietnam War. Folks have asked me to review more Pilot's Survival Kits - so here is one of the most advanced & sought after kits of the Vietnam War. The SEEK-2. We also shoot a pen flare gun that went with this kit (near the end of the video). There are technically Rations in this kit too - candy & bouillon cubes - along with a large variety of medicines and other neat gadgets. Read this video description - especially below some important thoughts shared by a man in the Coast Guard pertaining to the Pen Flare Gun scene. A gentleman who serves in the Coast Guard wrote to me and wanted me to share his thoughts on firing the pen flare gun. "I love your videos, but you did something which irritated me that I must address. In your recent ...