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exiles
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Feb 11, 2011, 7:57 AM


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Liferaft selection

Hi All,

Thanks for all your amazing answers to my “How can I stop my boat from sinking?” post. I have a follow up questions now about safety equipment since I am going to buy a liferaft this month.

On my previous transatlantic crossings I used various types of liferafts, but due to the higher latitude environment I am looking for a liferaft that is more robust can take heavy weather, protect from exposure and comes with or can be packaged with survival suits.

I look forward to your suggestions!!!!

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Thanks


neiljamison
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May 12, 2011, 3:10 AM


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Re: [exiles] Liferaft selection

As a virtual assistant, I don't know lots about this kind of stuff but I found a phrase that looks fitting to this. This goes that the liferaft might be your last possibility of survival in case your boat sinks. The regulation require the raft possess a canopy, and that we go further to express that you shouldn't think about a raft that does not possess a self-constructing canopy, having a support filled through the CO, bottle once the raft is inflated. For me, the canopy erected by holding them track of a paddle braced in the center of the raft are ajoke, and also have room about the offshore sailboat.


reardenmartinez
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Aug 12, 2011, 5:31 PM


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Re: [neiljamison] Liferaft selection

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