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Mcmurdo FastFind PLB Accessories
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Mcmurdo FastFind PLB Accessories

$19.99

Mcmurdo FastFind PLB Accessories - For the McMurdo FastFind 210 GPS Personal Location Beacon (PLB)..

Mcmurdo SmartFind Category I Automatic Release EPIRB
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Mcmurdo SmartFind Category I Automatic Release EPIRB

$548.77

Mcmurdo SmartFind Category I Automatic Release EPIRB - Meeting the demands of both commercial mariners and recreational boaters, the new McMurdo SMARTFIND heralds the arrival of the next generation in EPIRB technology. E5 SMARTFIND is a 406 MHz EPIRB designed to operate with the COSPAS-SARSAT international search and rescue system. Category I: The Auto Float Free Housing meets SOLAS requirements and will automatically deploy the EPIRB when submerged to a depth lower than 2-4 metres in the sea.

Mcmurdo SmartFind E5 Category II Manual Release EPIRB
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Mcmurdo SmartFind E5 Category II Manual Release EPIRB

$593.88

Mcmurdo SmartFind E5 Category II Manual Release EPIRB - Meeting the demands of both commercial mariners and recreational boaters, the new McMurdo SMARTFIND heralds the arrival of the next generation in EPIRB technology. E5 SMARTFIND is a 406 MHz EPIRB designed to operate with the COSPAS-SARSAT international search and rescue system. Category II: Once removed from its Carry Safe Manual Bracket the unit can be activated automatically by immersion in water, or manually by following the activation instructions printed on the unit.

Mcmurdo Smartfind S10 Personal AIS Beacon
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Mcmurdo Smartfind S10 Personal AIS Beacon

$289.99

Mcmurdo Smartfind S10 Personal AIS Beacon - The Smartfind S10 AIS Beacon is an innovative manually-activated personal safety device incorporating both AIS (Automatic Identification System) and GPS technology. Waterproof, buoyant and compact, it provides security for divers, boaters or anyone who works or plays on the water. When activated, Smartfind S10 transmits a unique alert signal to your vessel and to all AIS enabled receivers within a typical four mile range, signaling a crew-overboard or lost diver situation.