Life Jackets & Accessories

A lifejacket is the single most important piece of safety equipment every sailor should own. Always make sure that you buy a good quality lifejacket from a reputable brand name and a reputable dealer who can explain the differences between the models. You dont want to be having to replace your lifejackets two years down the line because they are falling apart or because you can't get the right spares.

Childrens 100N Foam Lifejacket with Harness

They feature a webbing grab handle on the back of the collar, allowing parents to hoist a child in and out of the water with ease.

The Baltic 1256 childrens 100N Lifejacket is available in two different size brackets.

Chest size: 40-57cm (0-15kg weight)
Chest size: 46-69cm (15-30kg weight)

These lifejackets also feature asymmetric buoyancy, (more foam on the front than on the back), this has the effect of turning the child onto his or her back much more quickly than if the buoyancy was equal, and the padded foam collar also helps support the head above water.

Fixed foam lifejackets also solve the potential problem of little fingers accidentally yanking the pull toggle on a normal gas inflation lifejacket

Split Front Adults 100N Foam Lifejacket

Manufactured in high visibility abrasion resistant orange fabric and featuring a fitted crotch strap, sturdy Delrin zip, a whistle and retro reflective tapes.

Available in four different chest size brackets.

Chest size: 58-87cm (30-50kg weight)
Chest size: 77-103cm (50-70kg weight)
Chest size: 89-115cm (70-90kg weight)
Chest size: 110-120cm (90+ kg weight)

These lifejackets also feature asymmetric buoyancy, (more foam on the front than on the back), this has the effect of turning you onto your back much more quickly than if the buoyancy was equal, and the padded foam collar also helps support the head above water.


Securing ones self to the vessel with a life line gives a crewman that extra reassurance and confidence whilst moving around the boat, especially at night or when conditions deteriorate. We can also improve a man overboards chances of being recovered safely by fitting a lifejacket light and when bad weather and rough seas are expected a spray hood that will protect the face and airway from waves and driving spray. A careful skipper will also ensure that there are several lifejacket re-arm kits on board. More people slip and fall off pontoons in the middle of summer than ever get lost overboard, so having the right type of lifejacket re-arm kit ready at hand will invariably come in useful at some point!