Coastal Commander 3.0 6 Valise


Revere USCG/SOLAS life rafts are reowned for the uncompromising quality and design sophistication. In addition to meeting the requirements of the International Convention of the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) 1983, as amended, the USCG/SOLAS life raft holds United States Coast Guard Approval.

Key Features

  • Boarding Ladder
  • Righting Line
  • Self-erecting canopy
  • Weatherproof, double-zippered door
  • Rainwater Collector
  • Adhesive bonded and taped seams, inside and out
  • Vacuum-packed for extended service interval
  • Neoprene coated polester tube and floor fabric
  • Polyurethane coated polester canopy fabric
  • Interior and exterior safety lines
  • (4) Ballast bags w/fast deploying weights
  • Sea anchor w/100 ft (30m) tow line
  • Floating rescue ring and 100 ft (30m) line
  • Floating raft knife
  • Pressure relief valves
  • 4 ft2 of floor space per person
  • Service Intervals (3 years)


  • 2 USCG/SOLAS approved red hand flares
  • Air pump
  • Bailer
  • Rescue whistle
  • Repair Kit
  • First Aid Kit
  • 2 paddles
  • Seasick bags
  • Seasick tablets
  • Water-tight Flashlight
  • Spae flashlight batteries
  • 2 sponges
  • Instruction handbook

Weight 78 lbs




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