Cobham SAILOR 4065 EPIRB and SAILOR 4065 GNSS Satellite EPIRBs are satellite distress beacons designed to operate in conjunction with the Cospas-Sarsat international satellite search and rescue system and GMDSS.
When considering SAILOR 4065 Satellite EPIRB for your vessel, you have the choice of two versions – the standard SAILOR 4065 EPIRB or the SAILOR 4065 EPIRB GNSS. The SAILOR 4065 EPIRB GNSS is distinguished by a built-in GPS and the ability to provide SAR services with location details, helping them to find you faster, should you need to abandon ship.
SAILOR EPIRBs are supplied with either a manual release bracket or with an automatic hydrostatic release bracket, which will activate when a vessel is sinking. It can also be supplied in a quick release bulkhead mounting bracket. Suitable for GMDSS and non-GMDSS use, SAILOR EPIRB integrates technology and design to help you meet requirements and support your chance of rescue in any situation.
SAILOR EPIRBs are small and lightweight with a fully enclosed housing, quality internal components, high intensity xenon strobe light and 5-year shelf life. Be confident that your SAILOR EPIRB will activate when needed and help to get you found, regardless of conditions, day or night.
Thousands of vessels sail everyday with SAILOR EPIRB and communications equipment on board so when it comes to GMDSS compliance, you can trust us. Cobham SAILOR is a leading name in GMDSS equipment meaning you can be sure that SAILOR EPIRBs are built to operate faultlessly in the harsh professional maritime environment.
The Cobham Sailor 4065 EPIRB replaces the Cobham Sailor SE-II / SGE-II
This unit is expected to be available starting October 1st, 2018.