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Nautilus Lifeline Marine Rescue GPS

Product Code: gps001
Nautilus Lifeline Marine Rescue GPS

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£195.00
£195.00
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Compact Size

The all new Nautilus GPS is less than half the size of our original radio and is incredibly simple to use. Easy to attach to a BCD or tuck into a pocket.

No MMSI & Registration

No special or dedicated base units required.  No registration, subscriptions or service fees required. 

Positively Buoyant

Your Nautilus GPS floats! It is waterproof in all sea conditions.

 Waterproof

Nautilus GPS is waterproof. It is depth rated to 425 feet with cap closed.

5 Year Battery Life*

Just keep the o-ring clean and forget about it for the next 5 years!

*Batteries not included

Warranty

1 year manufacturer warranty included.

Accurate positioning

Your GPS position accurate to 1.5 metres and a man overboard distress message will be broadcast to all AIS equipped ships up to 34 miles away as well as a special DSC message to the marine radio on your own vessel.  

Universal

All modern commercial ships and most yachts are equipped with AIS and DSC allowing universal worldwide use of the all new Nautilus Marine Rescue GPS.

AIS/DSC Technology

Each GPS is programmed at our factory with an MID number allowing automatic AIS functionality as soon as your unit is powered up. Your ship’s MMSI must be loaded with the simple to use built-in optical sensor to activate DSC functionality.

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manufacturer Nautilus
MPN gps001
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