NRS ASR 155 Rescue Boat


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On water, ice or snow the NRS ASR (All Surface Rescue) 155 Rescue Boat puts your rescue team where it needs to be. Backed by NRS’s many years of boat-building expertise, rescuers rely on rugged dependability and efficient design for success in unpredictable situations.

• Overall dimensions (15.5’L x 49″W) deliver the length for carrying 3-4 people and the width for reliable stability in turbulent waters.

• Center deck is designed to accommodate a standard rescue crew (25″ x 96″).

• The deck’s 4″ thick drop-stitch construction inflates to 10 psi creating a super rigid work surface, and multiple drain holes shed water quickly.

• Textured EVA foam deck pad for slip-resistant traction.

• Rescuers can grab any of the 26 interior handles in rough water or use them to attach gear or secure victims.

• Open design at the bow and stern give rescuers better access for pulling a victim onboard.

• 12″ diameter tubes diminish to 9″ with four air chambers for added safety.

• An armored underside resists the abrasion and damage from water obstacles, ice and crusted snow.

• Three heavy-duty 2″ D-rings on each end for towing and lifting

• 20 1″ D-rings along the sides are connected with grab line for rescuer and victim handholds.

Leafield A6 Pressure Relief Valves on each inflation chamber let you safely keep the ASR 155 inflated, no matter the ambient temperature.

Side tubes release at 4 psi and the floor at 10 psi.

Four side and two end carry handles are padded for ease of transport and quickly identifiable with reflective material.

Contrasting Hi-Viz Yellow with red ‘RESCUE’ panel, along with reflective accents, ensures visibility in a variety of conditions.

Includes a heavy-duty carry bag and two highly visible Red 280cm NRS PTR SAR Paddles.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How long are certifications valid?

Certifications is valid for three years from date of issue. We offer discounted rates for re-certification as long as your certification is still valid when you register.

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