The Sailor SP3520 is approved to fulfill the GMDSS requirements for portable VHF radios for Safety at Sea and is waterproof to the IP67 standard. The SP3520 is designed for daily use and it connects easily to external equipment like headsets and fist mikes, making the SP3520 suitable for any noisy environment.
SAILOR SP3530 Portable VHF ATEX conforms to the 94/9/EC ATEX Directive. The approved rating is II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4.
With proven, rugged reliability, you can meet requirements and improve safety and efficiency on board all vessels certified as hazardous environments.
The SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter radio delivers everything Fire Parties need to stay in constant contact. The radio is built to the highest specifications and standards and has a full range of features designed for ease of use and operational effectiveness in any situation. ATEX ApprovedLearn more
SAILOR 6210 VHF features excellent audio from the built in 6kw speaker, Dual Watch, Tri Watch and Scanning, loudhailer with talk-back and foghorn functionality. Whether hailing your team or communicating with passing vessels or pilots, make your job easier and safer through better internal and external communication.Learn more
The TT-00-406110A-00551 SAILOR 6110 mini-C is more than just a way to meet mandatory GMDSS requirements, because as part of the innovative SAILOR 6000 Series, it is an integral part of a vessel’s communication system. The mini-C system features true triple functionality as it safely handles all GMDSS, SSAS and LRIT operation on board.Learn more
Based on the same architecture as the flagship SAILOR 500 FleetBroadBand, and with Thrane & Thrane’s unrivalled experience in satcoms for sea, land and aerospace applications, you can be confident of both the quality of the equipment and the support behind it.Learn more
SAILOR Fleet One, which is based on Inmarsat's globally available broadband service of the I4 satellites, is a low-cost, high-quality single-user solution for a wide variety of ships, such as work or fishing boats, as well as pleasure boats, whether powered by sails or motors.Learn more