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Jason's Cradle
Jason's Cradle® man over board systems are used globally in every rescue area within the marine sector. All there commercial units are fully SOLAS approved and are the most respected and employed man over board recovery systems in the world.

Products include standard units, stretcher units, scramble nets and fast rescue craft kits for both commercial and leisure applications.

The ease of deployment of the Jason's Cradle is matched only by the speed of the rescues themselves making them proud to be directly responsible for countless rescues.

It's no surprise that the fully SOLAS approved Jason's Cradle® is recognised worldwide as THE man overboard system.

 
Rescue Stretcher


Rescue Stretcher
The Jason's Cradle® Rescue Stretcher is the safest and most universally accepted method of rescuing a casualty from the water. The horizontal recovery position assists in enabling the casualty's blood to remain in the upper torso helping to minimise the potentially fatal effects of Circum Rescue Collapse. The design and construction of the Jason's Cradle® Rescue Stretcher gives it a two-person lift capability. In addition to its use in the commercial marine sector, the Jason's Cradle® Recovery Stretcher is also in use with militaries around the world. It is a most highly regarded piece of marine safety equipment.

Benefits of the Jason's Cradle® Stretcher

  • Speed and ease of deployment from high vessel freeboards.
  • The basket stretcher like format enables easy access.
  • Increase of efficiency and comfort levels of crews.
  • The Casualty is in a full horizontal position reducing circum-rescue collapse.
  • 2-person recovery allows for rescue swimmers to be recovered with the casualty.

Scramble Net


Scramble Net
The scramble net is suitable for high sided vessels, rescue zones and mass recovery/evacuation for survival at sea.

Our bespoke service offers the flexibility to meet all your requirements by tailoring the Jason's Cradle scramble net system to suit any vessel.

  • The Scramble net is simply fixed to the deck or rail to enable deployment within seconds and can be easily rolled up for stowage.
  • A Strop and/or Hauling lines are pulled to form a non-collapsible scoop and the casualty is guided into the cradle.
  • A co-ordinated & methodical lift takes place & the casualty is retrieved by rolling onto the deck in the medically preferred horizontal position.
  • The easily accessible foot and handhold make climbing easy for the man overboard.
  • Large numbers of passengers and crew may simultaneously disembark in the event of an emergency.

Standard Cradle


Standard Cradle
The Standard Jason's Cradle® is proven to aid in the safe and speedy recovery of man overboard victims in the preferred horizontal position. The rescue cradle is currently in service globally and is considered a vital piece of marine safety equipment. It is SOLAS Approved and guaranteed for 3 years.

  • The Standard Rescue Cradle is simply fixed to the deck or rail to enable deployment within seconds.
  • The Standard Rescue Cradle can be easily rolled up for stowage.
  • Deployment of the rescue Cradle forms a non-collapsible scoop.
  • The casualty is guided into the cradle head first.
  • A Strop and /or Hauling lies are pulled to close the loop.
  • A co-ordinated and methodical lift takes place and the casualty is retrieved by rolling onto the deck in the medically preferred position.
Fast Rescue Craft Kit


Fast Rescue Craft Kit

The Jason's Cradle® FRC Kits are proven to aid in the safe and speedy recovery of man overboard victims in the preferred horizontal position. The marine safety equipment is currently in service globally with most Navies' and are considered a vital piece of safety equipment. As a recommended Man Overboard System, the fast rescue craft safety kits are SOLAS Approved and guaranteed for 3 years.

  • The FRC kit consists of a Jason's Cradle® with stowage bag and a fixing kit that enables the Cradle to be deployed on both the port and starboard side as required.
  • Deployment of the Cradle forms a non-collapsible scoop.
  • The FRC approaches the casualty slowly, keeping them on the windward side and the casualty is guided into the Cradle headfirst.
  • A strop is pulled to close the loop.
  • A co-ordinated and methodical lift takes place and 'rolling' him over the tube into the rescue craft in the medically preferred horizontal position retrieves the casualty.
  • Even with very heavy bodies the lift takes just a few seconds due to the Cradle's 2 to 1 mechanical advantage.