Marin Ark 430
Large passenger vessel Marine Evacuation System
(SOLAS MED approved)
(212, 321 and 430-person capacity)
The Marin Ark 430 is the world's safest and fastest method of
transferring passengers and crew from your vessel into liferafts.
No other system is as efficient or effective - one simple release
action activates deployment of the system, which is fully inflated
and operational within 90 seconds. The liferafts are fully
reversible, ensuring the Marin Ark inflates upright every time.
Once deployed the system is uniquely designed for utmost stability
in the toughest conditions.
- Fully reversible, ensuring the system inflates upright every
- Evacuation chutes fully enclosed so no passenger is exposed to
the elements at any time during evacuation
- Compact all-in-one stowage design maximizes space for passenger
entertainment and comfort onboard
- Stowage design allows for easy system 'swap-out' during
service, meaning minimal vessel downtime
- No additional bowsing required during deployment
- Available in symmetrical and asymmetrical options, enabling
maximum design flexibility.
• Tween deck and open deck stowage solutions
• Available with your choice of SOLAS A or B
Dimensions and weights
Download full Marin-Ark brochure and you will
find the dimension and weights details.
Note: All weights and dimensions are approximate and may be
subject to slight variation.
EPIRBs & PLBs
High tech range from Kannad including SART options.
Hydrostatic release unit
Automatically launch life rafts with our economical, reliable
and effective Hammar H20 hydrostatic release unit.
Noiseless, lightweight and low windage reflectors from Mobri,
for sailing and power boating.
Be prepared with spare parts that work regardless of the weather
conditions or changes in climate.
Talk to a Survitec Group expert in your area
Auckland: John Roberts, Tel: 09 373 2019
Wellington: Jason James, Tel: 04 499 9179
Nelson: Paul Scholfield, Tel: 03 548 2996
Christchurch: Adam Cross, Tel: 03 389 2117
Rest of South Island: Dave Chapman, Tel: 03 539