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A buoyancy aid as a fashion accessory? Baltic sees spots!


'Dotty 5635 - available ta Safety at Sea and Kiwi Yachting Consultants'    Kiwi Yachting    Click Here to view large photo

For the fashion conscious who enjoy being on or near water, the Baltic Dotty is the ideal buoyancy aid. In eye catching hot pink with white dots or azure blue with white dots and white belt trim, the Dotty is sure to cheer up any boating experience.

Designed with multiple panels of floatation material which enable it to shape to the body, the jacket gives a perfect fit which is comfortable. The buoyancy aid has a sturdy front zip and waistband with an easy release buckle. The side panels are elasticated allowing for ease of movement and to prevent it from riding up on the wearer. There is a bottom tie on the Dotty and a D ring for an emergency switch lanyard.

The 50 Newton jacket is available in 5 sizes ranging from XS (25-40kg) to XL (90+kg). Manufactured in Europe the Dotty is tested and approved to EN ISO 12402.

Baltic Safety Products AB has worked for over 30 years in research and development to achieve one goal, improving the security of people on or near water. To this end they never compromise on design, quality, components or workmanship. Baltic Safety Products commitment to total quality has made them the largest manufacturer of lifejackets and buoyancy aids in Europe.

They have worldwide representation through its distributor network and a full presentation of all Baltic products can be seen at www.safetyatsea.co.nz

Available from Safety at Sea (a Kiwi Yachting Co) ph +649 309 9111


by Marina Arnold

  

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