Lifebuoys & Safety Lines

A life ring is a symbol for safety and lifesaving, but it also stands for everything that has to do with water, seafaring and boating. Lifebuoys are used in ocean shipping, inland shipping and as life-saving equipment onshore. Also in swimming pools, on the beach or in endangered areas of harbours and locks, a solid life buoy box with an instruction sign and a solid rescue pole with hook must comply with legal regulations. In most cases, this will be a PE plastic lifebuoy with DIN/SOLAS certification. Not only maritime decoration is red and white striped … Read more
A life ring is a symbol for safety and lifesaving, but it also stands for everything that has to do with water, seafaring and boating. Lifebuoys are used in ocean shipping, inland shipping and as... read more »
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Lifebuoys & Safety Lines
A life ring is a symbol for safety and lifesaving, but it also stands for everything that has to do with water, seafaring and boating. Lifebuoys are used in ocean shipping, inland shipping and as life-saving equipment onshore. Also in swimming pools, on the beach or in endangered areas of harbours and locks, a solid life buoy box with an instruction sign and a solid rescue pole with hook must comply with legal regulations. In most cases, this will be a PE plastic lifebuoy with DIN/SOLAS certification. Not only maritime decoration is red and white striped …

… life rings, consisting of buoyancy foam and a weatherproof fabric cover. These are nautical style classics on traditional ships often labelled with boat name and home port. Onboard yachts a lifebuoy is often carried in a bracket and additionally equipped with a lifeline and a buoy light or drift light. U shape life buoys serve the same purpose and are quite popular in boating. On traditional sailing ships or commercial vessels, such as ferries or passenger boats, in addition to lifebuoys, life rafts are mandatory.

… life rings, consisting of buoyancy foam and a weatherproof fabric cover. These are nautical style classics on traditional ships often labelled with boat name and home port. Onboard yachts a lifebuoy is often carried in a bracket and additionally equipped with a lifeline and a buoy light or drift light. U shape life buoys serve the same purpose and are quite popular in boating. On traditional sailing ships or commercial vessels, such as ferries or passenger boats, in addition to lifebuoys, life rafts are mandatory.