Norsafe to Debut New Lifeboats at KORMARINE

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

October 15, 2015

  • Maxima-120 (Image: Norsafe)
  • GES 21 (Image: Norsafe)
  • Maxima-120 (Image: Norsafe) Maxima-120 (Image: Norsafe)
  • GES 21 (Image: Norsafe) GES 21 (Image: Norsafe)
Norsafe, a developer of marine lifesaving equipment, will bring crew safety into focus at KORMARINE in Busan, Korea, on October 20-23, launching two new lifeboats for the shipping and offshore markets.
The company, which specializes in the design, manufacture and servicing of lifeboats, rescue boats and davits, will use the exhibition to launch two new lifeboats targeting the merchant shipping and offshore markets. 
The new GES 21 is a free fall lifeboat designed for ships, featuring a maximum drop height of 21 meters, capacity for 26 people and a davit specially designed to take up less deck space.
Norsafe’s newly designed Maxima-120, is a totally enclosed 12-meter-long conventional lifeboat with capacity for 150 people, making it the largest in the company’s range. It is designed for large ships and offshore vessels and is built to meet full SOLAS requirements, NORSOK R-002, NMA Reg. FOR853, GOM, UK Sector (HSE), with design features based on latest OLF studies. 
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