A remotely operated next generation fast rescue craft capable of unmanned recovery of up to 9 people in distress. With instantaneous launch capability from a mothership or shoreside location and a transit speed of 35Knots, the vessel can be first to arrive on scene, cutting down the time to rescue.
Equipped with Zelim’s patented Swift recovery solution and casualty detection technology, the vessel can perform both search, standby and recovery tasks.
The vessel has been designed casualty first by experienced operational search and rescue personnel. With onboard emergency medical provision for both manned and unmanned rescues. The open rear deck has been designed for heli-hoisting to enable efficient handovers as part of the rescue chain.
The vessel has been designed to cope with extreme conditions far from shore, up to sea state 6.
The vessel has the typical footprint of conventional FRC’s and can be deployed via existing launch and recovery systems.
Vessel launching 2023.
Emergency cover wherever you need it. The Survivor is a remotely operated unmanned rescue vessel designed for permanent residence on an offshore structure. Stationed offshore, the vessel provides 24/7/365 emergency response, covering operations in-field and 3rd party incidents far from shore. With over-the-horizon operation the vessel is controlled from a remote operations centre, keeping the rescuers out of harms way.
Capable of free fall launch from 25m the vessel can be deployed instantaneously. Equipped with Zelim’s patented Swift recovery solution and casualty detection and tracking technology, the vessel can perform both search, standby and recovery tasks. The vessel has onboard tele-medicine facilities with a direct link from the cabin to the remote operations centre for casualty support. The vessel provides a relative place of safety, whilst waiting for further help to arrive on scene.
The vessel has been tank tested to sea state 6 and has self-writing capability for operation in extreme conditions. The open deck has been designed for heli-hoisting to enable efficient handovers as part of the rescue chain.