When looking for safety equipment and when you’re trying to improve the safety of yourself and others on your dinghy or yacht, it’s important to always consider lifebuoys and fenders. While no one ever wants to experience a situation where these items are needed, the unfortunate times will strike at some point and it’s very important that you’re as prepared as you can be in order to help you combat the danger. When it comes to facing difficulties while out on the water, you best be equipped to deal with it otherwise the consequences could be drastic.
With our collection of fenders and buoys you’re guaranteed products that will work time and time again. You can rest easy knowing that if you are in the worst case scenario then you have a product to rely on that will help you out of any tricky situation. Manufactured by the very best sailing manufacturers in the world, these safety pieces of equipment are built to the very highest standard. Baltic and Bainbridge Marine are known for their quality and always delivery the very best to their customers and these products are no different.
If you opt for a horseshoe lifebuoy you’re purchasing an item that is going to assist any person in danger or challenging circumstances. It’s well equipped with features to help surviving a much greater possibility. There’s also the lifebuoy with safety light and rail mount, featuring these safety characteristics for ultimate protection when out on the water. The double ended fenders on offer are equipped with two strong and robust rope holds each. They’re built to meet all requirements for pleasure crafts and work boats, meaning they’re fully reliable and suitable. These important pieces of equipment are not only extremely high quality but they’re also surprisingly affordable, meaning you can secure your safety for less. If you’ve got any questions about any of the products in our fender and buoy section, please get in touch with a member of our team today. We’re on hand to offer expert advice, recommendations and a guide through the process of securing equipment for your yacht.