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103 Fitting out Your Boat


SPRING AND A NEW BOATING SEASON BECKONS. CHRIS ROBINSON AT DARTMOUTH CHANDLERY LOOKS AT A FEW OF THE LATEST PRODUCTS TO HELP MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR ENJOYMENT IN THE COMING SEASON.


LIFE SAVING INNOVATION An Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) is a safety device carried by a vessel to alert search and rescue services and allows them to quickly locate you in the event of an emergency. When activated it transmits a coded message on the 406 MHz distress frequency which is monitored by the Cospas-Sarsat satellite system. The alert is then relayed via an earth station to the nearest Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC). With an EPIRB you can summon help wherever you are on the planet, subscription free, no matter how remote! The all new McMurdo SmartFind G8 AIS is the world’s first EPIRBs to include 406MHz, 121.5MHz, AIS and GNSS (better known as GPS) to accelerate search and rescue. The unique power of these new award winning beacons is in the flexibility and additional tracking capabilities long demanded by marine customers. Unique location detection with the world’s first EPIRB to combine the GNSS


coverage of GPS and the precision location of Galileo This will further reduce rescue times by combining the global location power of 406MHz with the localized rescue capacities of AIS, first introduced to the world in McMurdo’s AIS MOB range. The McMurdo SmartFind G8 AIS is available in two models Manual or Float free automatic deployment.


SPRING CLEANING Owaclean is a concentrated, solvent and acid free cleaner for the regular maintenance of hulls, decks and other marine surfaces. This waterbased all-purpose cleaner removes dirt, grease and other surface contaminants but is non-aggressive and so will not damage the surface. Owaclean’s concentrated formula makes it highly economical and it’s quick and easy to use. It can remove many substances including mould and is residue and smear free after rinsing. Owaclean hull and deck cleaner is Ideal for keeping your boat deck looking at its best, removing mould marks from corners and crevices, maintaining your gelcoat and keeping fixtures and fittings on your boat clean Owatrol are renaming a lot of their products to help boat owners understand what they can be used for to solve many maintenance issue on your boat the most useful of which are Marine Oil, Owaclean and Teak Deck Cleaner.


SNUBBER ONE Invented by enthusiasts, designed by experts, the SnubberOne is the first mooring snubber that can be attached to a rope - any rope - in 4 seconds flat. It comes in every possible color, so you can match it to your boat, rope or canopy. Snubber does not colour the mooring line does not leave streaks or marks on your deck or upholstery.


TABLECOASTER The ultimate anti-spill drink holder is a one-size-fits-all drink coaster to securely hold all your favourite drinks - hot or cold - on any table or surface. Whilst regular coasters leave your drink vulnerable to tipping over, the TableCoaster virtually eliminates the possibility of ever spilling a drink again. Use on decks, around your favourite cockpit seat, on your bunkside, in the galley and at the saloon table, also in cars, caravans on garden furniture or around pets.


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