Crewsaver Rescue Compact C.A.S.E. 6 Person Valise 55-00010

$1,195.00

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Sometimes an approved liferaft isn’t necessary for coastal or recreational boaters based on the size and use of their boat, along with being inland or in very close proximity to the coast. The Rescue Compact Air Survival Equipment, or Rescue C.A.S.E., is lightweight and compact for limited storage.

Crewsaver Rescue Compact Air Survival Equipment

6 Person Rescue C.A.S.E. in a Valise

55-00010

Sometimes an approved liferaft isn’t necessary for coastal or recreational boaters based on the size and use of their boat, along with being inland or in very close proximity to the coast. The Rescue Compact Air Survival Equipment, or Rescue C.A.S.E., is lightweight and compact for limited storage situationson your boat and provides the ideal economical tool for helping to maximize safety for you and people on your boat.

 

  • Fabric is bright yellow to help aid in visual detection
  • Comes packed in a lightweight and tough valise
  • Has five (5) 100lbs ballast pockets along the bottom
  • CO2 inflation system
  • Three year service interval
  • Six person capacity
  • Six-sided construction
  • Multiple lifelines
  • Loading ladder instead of a stirrup to improve the speed to board
  • Comes packed in a lightweight and tough valise that is sized 16.5 x 13.03 x 6.5 inches
  • 28.5 lbs
Weight 45.5 lbs
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