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Ocean Safety will highlight the importance of marine safety and the provision of onboard safety equipment with an extensive selection of its innovative lifesaving products at boot Düsseldorf, 20-28 January 2024.

Hosted by its German leisure distributor, Sostechnic, in Hall 11 (E59), on display will be the complete range of the Jon Buoy Man Overboard (MOB) Recovery products, including the latest addition – the Jon Buoy Recovery Module MK 6 — as well as Ocean Safety’s extensive range of vital marine safety and lifesaving equipment and accessories.

Designed to make it easier for crew members to reach and recover someone in the water, Ocean Safety’s Jon Buoy Recovery Module complements the other products in the Jon Buoy range, all of which will be exhibited on the Sostechnic stand. 

Ideal for leisure vessels venturing further afield, the award-winning Ocean ISO Liferaft will represent Ocean Safety’s range of liferafts. Fully compliant with ISO 9650, this user-friendly liferaft has an advanced container, which Ocean Safety says makes it lighter to handle and easier to launch.

Ocean Safety’s lifejacket range will also be at boot Düsseldorf. Ideal for inshore, coastal or offshore boating, the collection offers a model to suit water users from professional racers to motorboat cruisers.

In addition to its range of lifesaving equipment, Ocean Safety will present a selection of quality safety products from its core suppliers.

Throughout the show, Ocean Safety’s team of marine safety experts will be on hand to advise on servicing schedules and coding, as well as give product advice.

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