Lifesaving products from Ocean Safety at boot Dusseldorf 2022

Marine safety equipment specialist, Ocean Safety will be showcasing its lifesaving product ranges at boot Dusseldorf when the show returns on 22nd January 2022.

Hosted by its German leisure distributor, SOSTECHNIC, Ocean Safety will display its industry leading Jon Buoy Man Overboard (MOB) Recovery range. Manufactured using the highest-visibility fabrics available to date, the range features the cutting-edge retro-reflective Glo Lite technology that is said to significantly enhance the visibility of the Jon Buoy recovery module, horseshoe, danbuoy and rescue sling, especially at night.

Making its show debut is Ocean Safety’s new man overboard MOB recovery range, which includes a new Throw Line and MOB Ladder, designed to make it easier for crew members to reach and recover a someone in the water.

Representing Ocean Safety’s range of liferafts will be the recently updated, Ocean ISO. Fully compliant to ISO 9650, this award-winning liferaft has an advanced container making it lighter to handle and easier to launch.

Ocean Safety’s eponymous lifejacket range will also be at boot Düsseldorf. The jacket’s scoop neck design sits away from the neck, increasing movement and comfort. With a model to suit every sailor from professional racer to motorboat cruiser, the company says its lifejackets are designed to be worn.

In addition, Ocean Safety will be displaying a selection of safety products from its core suppliers, including Aquaspec and Ocean Signal.

Ocean Safety’s team of marine safety experts will also be on hand on stand A21 in Hall 11 to provide advice on servicing schedules, winterisation and coding.

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