A specially constructed boat launched from land to rescue people in distress at sea
A small boat kept on a ship for use in emergency, typically one of a number on deck or suspended from davits
a strong sea boat designed to rescue people from a sinking ship
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a boat especially designed for saving the lives of shipwrecked people
(Lifeboats) A boat designed for the preservation of life at sea. Lifeboats can either be of a free-fall or davit winch design.
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A specially constructed double ended boat which can withstand heavy, rough seas.
A small steel or wood boat located near the stern of a vessel. Used to get the crew to safety if something happens to the mothership.
Small boat carried on the vessel and used in case of emergency. By law, the total capacities of all lifeboats far exceed the total number of passengers and crew members onboard.
A boat which is used when the ship is in danger and has to be abandoned
A small boat or raft that is used during emergencies.
Small escape boat with up to 150 person capacity used to evacuate a larger ship in the event of an emergency.