Maritime Safety Supplies and Life-Saving Gear

When it comes to crew and passenger safety, take comfort in knowing you have the correct safety gear on board. By making it a priority to know who sources your maritime survival supplies for you, you’ll be well prepared to weather the worst of it, while also ensuring the safety of your passengers.

As one of South Florida’s oldest yacht support and chandlery companies, we realize that things don’t always go according to plan, which is why we source some of the best maritime safety gear on the market. Before we place an order, we will ensure that all of your safety gear surpasses the safety requirements set by the U.S. Coast Guard and the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (i.e., SOLAS).

So, whether you’re boat was just built or refitted or you need to update your yacht’s safety gear and medical equipment, please feel free to either e-mail or call us for a quote. If couldn’t find a particular item in our catalog, let us know, and we will source it for you!

The featured maritime safety supplies listed below and in our catalog only represents a fraction of the thousands of items we have sourced for many of our clients over the years.

Maritime Survival Bags and Waterproof Backpacks

Waterproof Survival Equipment Bag

Developed in conjunction with U.S. Coast Guard, these bags, which are inflatable and completely airtight, offer a peace of mind in a manageable size. They are wrapped with SOLAS reflective tape, have an oral inflation valve and stainless steel D-rings, and are brightly colored. A waterproof ditch bag is a must for offshore maritime use!

Marine Medical Safety and First Aid Kits

Of all of your safety gear, first aid kits are perhaps the most important, because they safeguard your family and guests’ basic first aid needs until you can safely return to shore. From commercial-grade lifeboat kits to the most basic offshore first aid kits, we can source it all.

Maritime Life-Saving Equipment

Life-saving equipment covers the complete spectrum of both essential and nonessential lifesaving gear, from fire fighting suits and marine fire hoses to medical kits, life rafts, personal flotation devices (PFDs), immersion suits, electronics, and the like.

Flares and Emergency Signals

According to the United States Coast Guard and other maritime safety agencies, having expired flares is the same as not having any flares at all. Before you plan your next trip, take a few minutes to make sure your flares aren’t expired.


More Marine and Yacht Safety Gear

  • Life rafts
  • Defibrillators
  • Waterproof Ditch Bags and Backpacks
  • Flares, Pyrotechnics
  • Fire Suits
  • Immersion Suits
  • Line Throwers
  • Life Vest, Belts, and Jackets
  • Lifebuoys
  • Lightsticks
  • Medical  and First Aid Kits
  • Radios, VHF
  • Smoke Alarms
  • Smoke Hoods
  • Thermal Blankets