R10 in actionKannad Marine received a phenomenal response to its new SafeLink R10 Survivor Recovery System (SRS) which was showcased at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show.
Ranging from casual boaters to professional sailors, customers buying the new SafeLink R10, acknowledged it as the ‘must-have’ personal safety product.

This unique device was also demonstrated as part of the show’s live ‘Boat Clinic’ feature taking place in Solent Hall. Kannad Marine’s Product Manager, James Turner, explained to the attending crowds how Kannad Marine’s innovative use of AIS (Automatic Identification System) has resulted in the development of this product as an aid to personal safety for individuals spending time on or near the water, whether for work or leisure.

“We are delighted that the SafeLink R10 has been so well received,” says Marketing Co-ordinator for Kannad Marine, Claire Morby. “Customers know they can rely on the SafeLink R10 should they encounter a distress situation. They can use S10 to alert the vessel they have come from (and AIS-equipped vessels in the vicinity) to their exact position, facilitating fast and effective recovery. Ensuring personal safety is crucial for anyone spending time on or near the water.”
The SafeLink R10 SRS is one of a number of emergency location beacons in the Kannad Marine range, which also includes Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs), Search and Rescue Transponders (SARTs) and Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs).
The full range of Kannad Marine products were available for visitors to view throughout the show on the Ocean Safety stand. During the show Ocean safety announced their partnership with the Volvo Ocean Race; this involves providing a two day sea survival course and supplying essential safety kit, including the SafeLink R10. The show ran from 16-25th September 2011, with more than 110,000 visitors attending.

  • AIS MOB Devices

    AIS MOB Devices

    The revolutionary new SafeLink R10 is the first of its kind, a personal AIS (Automatic Identification System) device to assist in Man Overboard recovery. it is lightweight and compact, designed for and intended to be carried by all crew members.

  • PLB

    PLB

    Personal Location Beacons are carried by the individual. Whether alone or in a group, on holiday, at work, carrying out your sport or hobby, if you ever find yourself in danger in a remote location a PLB comes into its own.

  • EPIRB

    EPIRB

    Whether sailing in coastal waters or cruising offshore an EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon) could be the most important safety equipment you purchase for your boat.

     

  • SART

    SART

    A SART is designed to assist in survivor craft location during search and rescue operations. Store it on board in a location where it can be rapidly placed in any survival craft in an emergency.

  • Accessories

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