The smart solution for coastal cruising, inland sailing and sport fishing , geared for situation where rescue is expected within 24 hours. Comes in a container or a valise.

  • Raises your chances of  survival  when you have to abandon ship during emergencies at sea
  • For use in coastal waters
  •  Compact and lightweight 
  • ISO9650-2 certified
The VIKING RescYou life rafts for yachting provide:
  • Double security for passengers
  • Equipped with two individual buoyancy chambers
  • Sufficient buoyancy to carry the weight of the number of persons which the life raft is designed to accommodate.
  • ISO9650-2 certified
  • Made from a special natural rubber fabric.
  • Comes in rigid fiberglass reinforced polyester container or nylon valise.
  • Ballast system with 4 bags containing 60 litres/16 gallon per bag.
*Please Note: A cradle is required when mounting any life raft in a container.
The Viking RescYou Coastal is designed for coastal sailing where you’re within 24 hours of rescue assets. The Viking RescYou Coastal Life Raft exceeds the ISO 9650-2 standard. An ISO 9650-2 coastal emergency pack is included, containing equipment covering all basic needs for coastal cruising and sailing near rescue points.

Features include:

  • Lightweight
  • Boarding ramp for easy access
  • Made from a special natural rubber fabric.
  • Two individual buoyancy chambers each having sufficient buoyancy to carry the weight of the number of persons which the liferaft is designed to accomodate.
  • Highly visible flourescent yellow canopy
  • Automatically inflating canopy
  • Ballast sytem with 2 bags containing each 110 litres/30 gallons per bag
  • Two storage pockets
  • Two openings for ventilation and visibility
  • Stored in a compact, handy water resistant valise
  • Delivered with standard coastal emergency pack covering basic needs for coastal sailing

Selected features:

Automatically inflating canopy saves precious time and effort pumping up the roof – a feature not required by ISO-2, but important for conserving energy and finding shelter fast. Extra large, sturdy zipper closures are designed to be easy to use even when hands are very cold and dexterity is reduced. Large ballast bags keep the liferaft stable in the water, helping to prevent capsize in very heavy seas. The large sea anchor provides great anchorage to prevent drifting, making it easier for search and rescue to locate the liferaft. The boarding ramp provides easy access from the water, minimizing the risk of hypothermia. Specially designed to make the liferaft easy to access for all.

  • Does not come with cradle or hydro release
  • Coastal life rafts are not recommended for “offshore” use.
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