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Safety Gear

  • Register Your PLB

    40 Mhz beacons, such as EPIRB and PLB, must be registered with the appropriate authority in the country in which you boat. Find out how.

    40 Mhz beacons, such as EPIRB and PLB, must be registered with the appropriate authority in the country in which you boat. Find out how.
  • Properly fitting your dog for a life jacket could potentially save its life.

    Properly fitting your dog for a life jacket could potentially save its life.
  • Non-emergency communication with personal satellite transmitters augments essential SOS functions.

    Non-emergency communication with personal satellite transmitters augments essential SOS functions.
  • Emergency beacon proves an easy solution for safety in far-flung locations.

    Emergency beacon proves an easy solution for safety in far-flung locations.
  • The smaller the personal lifesaver beacon, the more likely you are to wear it. Ocean Signal’s rescueME PLB is compact, waterproof, and mounts on your lifejacket.

    The smaller the personal lifesaver beacon, the more likely you are to wear it. Ocean Signal’s rescueME PLB is compact, waterproof, and mounts on your lifejacket.
  • Raft choices involve both dollars and sense.

    Raft choices involve both dollars and sense.
  • The folly of forgoing safety gear service.

    The folly of forgoing safety gear service.
  • Boaters should prepare to survive, even for just a few hours.

    Boaters should prepare to survive, even for just a few hours.
  • Everything a boater should know about preparing a ditch bag.

    Everything a boater should know about preparing a ditch bag.
  • New developments expand the capabilities of EPIRBs and PLBs.

    New developments expand the capabilities of EPIRBs and PLBs.
  • A humble box of baking soda can serve as a fire extinguisher in a pinch.

    A humble box of baking soda can serve as a fire extinguisher in a pinch.

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