Search and Rescue Boats
When stormy seas threaten to capsize a boat or a vessel is in danger, rescue teams head out to sea on search and rescue boats, putting their lives at risk to save those of others. At AISTER, we strive to ensure rescue workers have the resources they need to minimise response times, provide the necessary coverage and ensure the safety of the crew onboard.
- Antipuncture collar
- Aluminium boats
- High speeds
Rescue boats for all conditions
Our lightweight and strong aluminium search and rescue boats can travel at high speeds in extreme conditions and are designed to reduce the time rescue workers need for interventions, helping minimise the risk of drowning or hypothermia and increasing the chances of survival. They have a deep-V hull construction that is designed to allow them to cover long distances at medium to high speeds to quickly reach the scene of an accident. We have also improved the performance of our search and rescue boats under all conditions in terms of consumption and comfort.
Redundant propulsion system
They have a large cabin with wide windows, helping workers spot alerts and hazards promptly and the wheelhouse has its own navigation equipment manufactured by leading brands in the field. The boats also have suspension seats and infrared and thermal high-definition cameras for locating targets at night. Another feature of our rescue boats is the perimeter collar, which is characterised by its non-flexible, puncture resistant coating.
At AISTER, we have worked to ensure rescue boats are not compromised by engine faults during search or rescue operations since their redundant propulsion system allows the crew to continue the operation and reach its destination safely.
Small and large rescue boats
Our smallest rescue boats (up to 12 m and with less than 1.5 m freeboard) are designed to provide rapid responses over short distances, although they can also be used as support boats for large hospital vessels whose size makes it dangerous to approach other vessels in adverse conditions.
Our boats have a removable side section that can be used as a zone for recovering people from the water and the walkways between the walk-around deck and the cabin are wide enough to allow the rescue team to work in comfort and transport injured people in stretchers throughout the whole boat.
The largest search and rescue boats are equipped with rescue nets and davits or cranes for quickly launching and recovering life boats to allow the team to reach hard-to-access areas. The boats are characterised by their size and their design, which has been specially designed for tackling major rescue situations.
Barco de salvamento y rescate / SAR Boat
Barco para salvamento y rescate / Aluminium boat for search and rescue
Barco de aluminio de salvamento y rescate modelo/ Aluminium search and rescue boat RAL-600-ZS