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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.
http://www.lrse.com/ http://billyblack.com Life Raft & Survival Equipment has been selling and servicing major brands of life rafts and inflatable boats and safety equipment for 26 years. LRSE staff members are the foremost experts in marine safety outfitting. Their factory-trained and certified service technicians operate LRSE's U.S. Coast Guard approved servicing facility, one of the largest in the country. The mission of LRSE is to build lifelong relationships, providing the highest quality safety and inflatable boating solutions through unequaled experience, knowledge and integrity.
Watching as our life raft is being serviced.
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...
This video is of our life raft 5 year deployment test and the annual inspection. Its not everyday that you get to see your life raft open and have the chance to familiarize yourself with it. Its also very comforting to know that its has been professionally inspected and repacked, so that if it is ever needed it will deploy as designed. With a special thanks to Anke from Life Raft Ect. Her service is highly professional, very honest and on time. If you are in the St Martin area and need service to your safety gear, don't hesitate to contact her. LIFE RAFT ECT. http://www.liferaftsetc.com YACHTING LIFE IS EITHER AN INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE OR NOTHING AT ALL Destination in this video: French Cul du Sac, St Martin. ~~ Please post positive comments, Thumbs up, Share, and Subscribe! ~~ ...
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On our new (pre-loved) Dufour 45e it was time to check the safety gear prior to a long passage north. Unfortunately we discovered how NOT to stow and maintain an expensive liferaft. Luckily the discovery was made at the marina not at sea!
http://www.lrse.com/ http://billyblack.com Jake Cabral of Life Raft and Survival Equipment walks you through the steps of inspecting an Immersion Suit. Life Raft & Survival Equipment has been selling and servicing major brands of life rafts and inflatable boats and safety equipment for 26 years. LRSE staff members are the foremost experts in marine safety outfitting. Their factory-trained and certified service technicians operate LRSE's U.S. Coast Guard approved servicing facility, one of the largest in the country. The mission of LRSE is to build lifelong relationships, providing the highest quality safety and inflatable boating solutions through unequaled experience, knowledge and integrity.
LALIZAS Presents: The smallest lightest and most inexpensive liferaft in the market. This innovative liferaft is a result of our 35 year expertise in the manufacturing of Safety equipment. - Low cost, 3 year recommended service interval. - Ideal for coastal and in-shore boating. - Quick deployment, ensuring safe and immediate boarding - ISO approved PU fabric and ISO approved inflation system of the highest standards - 200lb. weighted ballast bags that ensure stability in harsh weather conditions. - Thermobonding technique that ensures extreme durability and reliability. - SOLAS Approved water activated compact led light. - With or Without Canopy, - for 4 or 6 persons.
The November issue of YM contains advice on how to cope with life in a liferaft. Before putting pen to paper, technical editor Chris Beeson took a yacht from La Rochelle into the Biscay swell, and with winds reaching Force 7, he jumped off the boat and into a four-man liferaft. YM's happy snapper Graham Snook was on hand to get the pics and took the video camera along too. The footage from onboard the liferaft is truly stomach-turning.
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
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
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.
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In the Life Raft debate, we imagine that there has been a nuclear war, and the survivors (the audience) are setting sail to rebuild society from the ground up. A selection of Trinitys most. SUBSCRIBE for more // ABOUT THE PHIL // The Phil is the worlds oldest student society, founded in 1683 in Trinity College Dublin. Though famed for its Thursday night. In the Liferaft Debate we imagine that there has been a nuclear catastrophe. The few remaining survivors are setting sail to start a new civilisation and theres only one seat left on the raft..
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.
This audio visual presentation encapsulates the rich history of the BAEcon-BAS as it celebrates its 50 years of agstat service. This is the BAS, this is our family... This is what we are made of. For the past 50 years and in the years to come, we will be remembered...
With our Wind Generator faulting through the night we stashed our plans for the day and set to servicing the little dear. 'Breezy' is one of our main power generators so we needed her going – and fast. Darren gives you detailed coverage on how to service your Wind Gen and get back on track within a day. We then head to Airlie Beach to check out the annual Reef Festival. Yeah! Subscribe at: http://www.youtube.com/c/SailingSVSarean We are an adventurous couple who live an alternative life - a life at sea. We feel better connected when we are sailing. We live simpler and have less impact on the environment. We take the time to immerse ourselves in different cultures, meet amazing people and experience what the oceans and our planet have to offer. So come aboard and follow our ad...