SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft

SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft

Designed specifically for installation aboard survival craft, SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft is the toughest SAILOR VHF yet.

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Survival situations

SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft is rated waterproof to both IPx6 and IPx8. It is Wheelmark (MED-B) approved and complies with the ETSI EN 301 466 standard.

It can be installed as a fixed mounted VHF in a Survival Craft so should crew or passengers need to abandon ship, reliable communication is always available.

Extreme testing

SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft was subjected to an extreme series of testing, proving its resistance to fluctuating temperature, shock, water and oil, among other environmental challenges.

It is built to the high standards that SAILOR maritime radios are renowned for so you can trust SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft in a distress situation, because it has been designed for just that.

A clear view

The advanced 3.2″ QVA display ensures a clear view. Text can be displayed as white on black or black on white for optimal daylight viewing, whilst the red backlight protects night vision.

Day or night, users feel less stressed because operating the intuitive menu structure via the clear screen, large tactile buttons and wheelknobs is easy.


SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft features the pioneering SAILOR Replay function, which records the latest incoming messages, making them available for easy playback.

Clarify messages, improve safety and chances of rescue by ensuring that messages are not lost, ignored or misunderstood, even in harsh conditions.

All environments

SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft includes all standard international maritime VHF channels and 100 private channels, and features high performance Rx/Tx.

With an integral 6W loudspeaker and rugged handset, SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft provides confidence in communication.

Efficient communication

As part of the SAILOR 6000 GMDSS Series, SAILOR 6249 VHF Survival Craft features ThraneLINK, a unique new system that enables efficient communication within the network.

Engineers can access a vessel’s network from a single point for lower maintenance and lifetime costs. The system also identifies new products in a network, making installation easier.


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