We not so rarely hear of stories related to divers being stranded out in open waters by their dive boats. It goes without saying that this unlikely occurrence is an experience that no one would enjoy. However, for what ever reason they do occur. Therefore, it is something to consider in your line-up of safety measures.
The Nautilus Life Line Marine Rescue GPS is an amazing device that offers GPS for stranded divers. The Life Line allows stranded divers the ability to send a distress signal and GPS location to their dive boat as well as all AIS equipped ships within a 34 mile radius. Its battery lasts for 5 years and the added peace of mind is un-measureable.
The nautilus Life Line Marine Rescue GPS at DEMA 2016
DiveCatalog Exclusive package includes the Nautilus Lifeline Marine GPS Rescue Radio and coil lanyard which is designed to keep your Nautilus Lifeline GPS in a secure, yet highly functional position on your gear. The all new Nautilus LifeLine Marine Rescue GPS is less than half the size of our original radio and is incredibly simple to use. Simply undo the latch and open, turn on, remove the red distress cap and press the red button. That’s it! Your gps position accurate to 1.5 metres and a man overboard distress message will be broadcast to all AIS equipped ships up to 34 miles away as well as a special DSC message to the marine radio on your own vessel. Your Nautilus LifeLine floats and is waterproof in all sea conditions. Just keep the o-ring clean and forget about it for the next 5 years! Don’t get left behind!