Dacon Rescue Scoop
Power- assisted method of recovery
Power- assisted method of recovery directly onboard larger rescue vessels
Our Dacon Rescue Scoop is developed for larger rescue vessels and meet relevant class and flag requirements for use on Standby Vessels.
It is a power-assisted method of recovery operated by a standard deck crane.
The Scoop is a semi-rigid, maneuverable rescue net used to recover distressed persons from the water when weather or other factors make it difficult or too risky to launch a rescue craft.
The Dacon Rescue Scoop will successfully recover a person from the water, without putting other crew at risk.
This crane operated rescue system requires no interaction from the casualty. Therefore, it is fully capable of rescuing severely injured or even unconscious persons.
The casualty will be retrieved in a horizontal position with full body support to avoid further or aggravation of injuries.
There are various Scoop models to fit vessels of all types and sizes, i.e., Standby- and Supply vessels in the offshore industry, Pilot vessels, SAR, Coast Guard cutters and many others.
We have supplied the Dacon Rescue Scoop through almost 40 years, and they are now in use all over the world.
All our rescue Scoops are customized by our specialized team to ensure the best possible model and solution is in place.
Please browse the various Dacon Rescue Scoop models below, or contact us for finding a suitable model for your vessel.
“The Dacon Rescue Scoop is a breakthrough
in the way of rescuing a person from the sea”
– Captain Manbjørn Martinsson, Seismic Support Vessel