An excellent life raft for all types of saling or fishing vessels, featuring automatic self-righting to guarantee upright inflation, two large entrances, and a high-visibility inflatable boarding ramp. The integral inflatable double floor with thermal insulation provides extra protection against hypothermia. The fluorescent yellow canopy, with blue inner lining to minimize seasickness, offers generous headroom and visibility from greater distances. Fitted with high-visibility SOLAS retroreflective tape on the canopy, sides, and buoyancy compartments, with exterior strobe light and interior light, and two curtained windows with easy-slide zippers. Constructed of natural rubber and acrylic/silicone-coated nylon and packed in a sturdy fiberglass canister or handy water-resistant valise. Canister model can be rail or deck mounted. Equipped with Offshore “E-Type” Equipment Pack. ISO 9650-1 approved, ISAF certified DNV approved.
|Ballast||4 bags 60 liters each|
|Container Size||13.8"H x 31.5"L x 22.4"W|
|Life Raft Capacity||Up to 6 people|
|Container Weight||106 lbs|
|Life Raft Category||
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Comments about Viking RescYou Pro ISO 9650-1/ISAF Life Raft, 6 Person, with Canister:
I have owned several life rafts over the years and the one thing I have learned is that they deteriorate if you don't have them serviced at set intervals. I have yet to have a service done that didn't come up with some flaw in the manufacturing process - from discoloration to seam separation.
This is a great life raft. Viking will tell you that they will stand behind their product but they won't give you a warranty. They say that it's to protect you in case you lapse in your service interval. Don't believe it! If they truly stood behind their product they would give you a warranty. No Waranty = no sale. If you have been sailing long enough, you know never to trust the word of someone in the boating business. Get it in writing. I'm not being cynical. I'm just being realistic. There are many dishonest people in the boating business and that's too bad.