First things first: how and why is that a crossover emergency board? We won’t hold it against you if you don’t know the answer. If you haven’t encountered a P2P Rescue maritime rescue board by now, it’s because P2R is the first company to market this particular design. Since we first started making these boards, we’ve collaborated with a wide variety of marine rescue groups. To put it another way, if you visit a beach staffed by lifeguards, you will inevitably encounter them, although preferably from a safe distance. To jump the gun, however.
It has become apparent that rescue board technology has advanced to the point during which a crossovers design is required, and this realization marks a major step forward in the evolution of rescue board design. The racing board hull, as well as rail design, enables the rescuers to paddle in either a seated or standing position, boosting their speed to the sufferer. It also allows rescuers to choose between kneeling or standing while paddling.
Using such a crossover recovery board has several advantages, including increased speed and stability. I’ll list the top three right now:
When a lifeguard is attempting to save a person’s life on the open ocean, anything can take place at any time, but especially at the very last second. By stretching the paddle out in front of the victim and swiftly retrieving it from its storage point on the P2P Emergency board, it is possible to pull the victim to safety and bring them to a place of safety. This makes it easier for rescue workers to accomplish their jobs without risking damage and lowers the probability that a frantic victim may hurt them while they are trying to save them.
The innovative construction of boards such as the crossovers recovery board enables lifeguards to paddle while laying flat on their bellies, while kneeling, or even when standing, which significantly expands their field of vision in comparison to traditional boards. The visibility of this board is much enhanced in comparison to that of regular boards. They are best able to see multiple victims as well as potential risks since the lifeguard is able to study the water fast while standing as well as paddling. This allows the lifeguard to save more lives.
Each rescue board is constructed by P2P Rescue with an EPS polyurethane core and cutting-edge Innegra fiberglass. Because of this, the board is never taken out of operation for anything more than minimal maintenance, which the lifeguards can do while they are on duty. Moreover, the boards weigh just 30 pounds, and as such, the lifeguards won’t get tired of lugging them about and jogging with them. They may instead save their energy for when it counts the most. Do you want to purchase a number of additional crossover rescue boards from your marine rescue organization? Please get in touch with P2P Rescue as soon as possible.