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Safety Product for reboarding - need guidance please.

Hello all.
We are looking for feedback on safe methods of reboarding.
Could you please let us know what you think?
Thank you,
Tom
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Re: Safety Product for reboarding - need guidance please.

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Hello all.
We are looking for feedback on safe methods of reboarding.
Could you please let us know what you think?
Thank you,
Tom
Reboarding from what, where, under what circumstances?
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Re: Safety Product for reboarding - need guidance please.

Assuming you mean a Man Overboard situation you may want to search the forums as man over board has been covered a couple of time if I recall. Here is 1 link MOB systems
As always some good info from the sailneters
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