MOB Systems

Catching up a crew member who has gone overboard is one of the most difficult stages of the MOB manoeuvre. A high freeboard, swell, wind and panic make the task even more difficult. The use of suitable recovery systems can be very helpful on any boat. Under certain circumstances, it can save lives. Rescue slings and pick-up sails, which are often carried on yachts, are also very helpful. In traditional shipping, cargo nets have proven their worth as MOB pick-up nets. These rescue nets knotted of thick rope were originally used as hoist or lifting nets. They are … Read more
Catching up a crew member who has gone overboard is one of the most difficult stages of the MOB manoeuvre. A high freeboard, swell, wind and panic make the task even more difficult. The use of... read more »
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MOB Systems
Catching up a crew member who has gone overboard is one of the most difficult stages of the MOB manoeuvre. A high freeboard, swell, wind and panic make the task even more difficult. The use of suitable recovery systems can be very helpful on any boat. Under certain circumstances, it can save lives. Rescue slings and pick-up sails, which are often carried on yachts, are also very helpful. In traditional shipping, cargo nets have proven their worth as MOB pick-up nets. These rescue nets knotted of thick rope were originally used as hoist or lifting nets. They are …

… suitable for horizontal recovery of persons from the water, but also work as climbing nets for autonomous boarding. More stable and rigid in its construction made of rectangular plastic elements is the Jason's Cradle water rescue lift, which was specially designed for inflatable boats and RIBs. The water rescue system MOJE-M has been developed according to IMO guidelines and complies with the safety guidelines for traditional ships. The inflatable life raft can be stored in an impact-resistant, waterproof plastic case on deck. In case of an emergency, it must be thrown to the person drifting in the water.

… suitable for horizontal recovery of persons from the water, but also work as climbing nets for autonomous boarding. More stable and rigid in its construction made of rectangular plastic elements is the Jason's Cradle water rescue lift, which was specially designed for inflatable boats and RIBs. The water rescue system MOJE-M has been developed according to IMO guidelines and complies with the safety guidelines for traditional ships. The inflatable life raft can be stored in an impact-resistant, waterproof plastic case on deck. In case of an emergency, it must be thrown to the person drifting in the water.