Wearable inflatable SeeArch pops up for open-water rescues | New Atlas


If you should become separated from your solo sailboat, kayak or other watercraft out on the open sea, staying afloat isn’t the only challenge – you also have to be seen by your rescuers. That’s where the wearable, inflatable SeeArch is made to come in.

Created by Canadian entrepreneur Neil Darroch, the SeeArch is intended to be worn along with a third-party personal floatation device. When not deployed, it sits stuffed inside a fanny pack-like pouch that is worn around the user’s waist.

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