Safe at Sea enters the German SAR market

We are very proud to announce that DLRG (Deutsche Lebens-Rettungs-Gesellschaft e.V), the German Life Saving Organization has chosen to invest in a RescueRunner system for their Search and Rescue operations across Germany.

DLRG has during the winter / spring 2017 sent two delegations to test the RescueRunner system in Sweden and it has been a very valuable cooperation between them, SSRS (Swedish Sea Rescue Society) and Safe at Sea, learning and understanding their requirements, operations and needs to be able to provide them with a suitable solution.

The RescueRunner system will be the first one to enter Germany. DLRG Operators will perform further tests of the system that might be an option for beach / flood and swift water rescue as well as during larger events for life-saving.

We are optimistic in regard to a fruitful cooperation between DLRG and Safe at Sea in the future.

With almost 560,000 members in approximately 2,100 local groups, the DLRG is the largest voluntary water rescue organization in the world. Including donors, over one million people support the work of the DLRG. 

The deal valus is approximately SEK 390 000.

For more information please contact

Linda Ahl,                                     

Telefon +46 (0)763 160470

This information is information that Safe at Sea AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, on 06/05/2017.

Safe at Sea AB manufactures and sells a unique rescue boat, the RescueRunner, the most efficient system in the world to bring people in distress out of the water. Safe at Sea AB also is the owner of Safe at Sea Management AB, a company that offers management solutions for the shipping and yachting industries. Safe at Sea AB is listed on AktieTorget. 


About Us

Safe at Sea are specialists in developing, manufacturing and customizing safety systems and personal equipment for SAR operations. Our flagship is the RescueRunner, originally developed by the Swedish Sea Rescue Society. The RescueRunner is the most efficient way to safely rescue a person in water.


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