Liferafts for leisure boats

Grab Bags

Hydrostatic Release Unit (HRU)

Liferafts for merchant marine

SeaCurity ISO 9650-1/SR, Group A

This liferaft represents a new approach based on the latest developments for  rescue equipment. It was constructed in accordance with the international standard ISO 9650, Part 1, Type 1 (Offshore), Group A (inflatable from -15 ° C to +65 ° C) and has been certified by Germanischer Lloyd and by the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport according to Decree 232 from Oct. 2002.

This liferaft has the ability to self-righten upon inflation. it fully meets the requirements of ISAF OSR 4.20.2 (d) for racing in Category 1 and 2 (mono and multihull).

The available space and the interior height is in this self-righting ISO raft much larger than in the standard ISO raft .This creates a pleasant feeling of space, making a stay in the raft much more pleasant, especially in stormy seas.


The weight of this raft has been considerably reduced due to the use of the new, lighter cylinder and the new canister. This is not valid for the Italian rafts!!


The raft consists of a three-chamber inflation system: Two superposed buoyancy tubes and a self-righting arch as a support for the canopy. The maintenance interval is 3 years, as the life raft is vacuum-packed inside the canister or the valise.


Standard features:

  • SOLAS tested material for buoyancy tubes, canopy, retro-reflective tapes, inflation system.

  • ISO certificate issued by Germanischer Lloyd

  • Certificate according Italian Decree 232 from Oct. 2002

  • Self-righting ability (only ISO 9650-1/SR Group A) 

  • 4 water stabilizing pockets with a total volume of 220 liters

  • Inflatable boarding ramp with ladder for convenient access

  • Interior and external lighting

  • Ventilation window

  • Look-out port

  • Bilge funnel  Bilge funnel (only ISO 9650-1/SR Group A)

  • Rainwater collection system

  • Thermal insulated floor

  • Sea anchor

  • Vacuum packed

  • External and internal grab lines

  • 2 overpressure valves, 3 top-up valves

  • 2 instruction manuals (one in the raft, one outside)

  • Improved canister with openings for the escape of condensate water

  • Rescue quoit with 30 m line

  • Strap under the bottom for erecting raft (only ISO 9650-1, Group A) 

  • Floatable knife

  • Instruction table, hung from ceiling

  • 6 seasickness pills p. person

  • One set of emergency equipment consisting of the following components:

3 x hand flares, 2 x rocket parachute flares, 1 x torch, 1 x bailer, 2 x sponges, 1 x whistle, 1 x bellows, 1 x set of leak stopper plugs, 1 x signalling mirror, 1 x pair of paddles, 1 x fishing gear, 1 x graduated drinking cup, 1 x repair kit

Cradles for liferaft canisters