PLB Distress Beacons for Boats

The PLB radio buoy (Personal Locator Beacon) is a personal distress beacon that functions in the same way as an EPIRB.  With a PLB distress beacon, the current position data of the person in distress at sea is transmitted via satellite to a rescue control centre, such as the DGzRS in Bremen. There, the data received is evaluated and forwarded worldwide to the search or rescue services responsible.
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Mike A. on 07.03.2021

Import duties expensive to australia

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Michael B. on 04.03.2021

outstanding package and delivery within a few days to France Perfect

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António B. on 01.03.2021

Excelent quality of service!