Category:Lifeboats

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lifeboat 
boat rescue craft which is used to attend a vessel in distress
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သက်ကယ်လှေ (my); canot de sauvetage (fr); спасательное судно (ru); Rettungsboot (de-ch); Motorrettungsboot (de); čamac za spasavanje (sr-el); lifeboat (en-gb); чамац за спасавање (sr-ec); чамац за спасавање (sr); 救難艇 (ja); Łódź ratownicza (pl); bergingsbåt (nb); motorreddingboot (nl); Redningsbåd (da); 구조선 (ko); lifeboat (en); Lifeboat (en-ca); σωστική λέμβος (el); bote salvavida (es) boat rescue craft which is used to attend a vessel in distress (en); моторное судно, предназначенное для спасения людей (ru); Bergungsfahrzeug (de); bateau conçu à sa construction pour porter assistance aux équipages des navires en difficulté ou en perditio (fr) rescue lifeboat (en)

Lancia di salvataggio o così più detta scialuppa di salvataggio, secondo me le scialuppe di salvataggio andrebbero fatte come una specie di gommone perchè quando la nave affonda con i loro tubolari gonfiabili e chiglia rigida ma soprattutto i tubolari gonfiabili possono rallentare l’affondamento della nave perchè se i comandanti non riescono a mettere tutte le scialuppe in acqua, le scialuppe ancora sulla nave possono rallentare l’affondamneto e guadagnare tempo e una nave vicina che viene contattata può raggiungere la nave in affondamento e i passeggeri che non sono riusciti a salire su una scialuppa possono stare più tempo sulla nave e poi quando la nave affonda del tutto i passeggeri in acqua possono rischiare meno l’ipotermia e avere varie possibilità di sopravvivenza e essere molto probabilmente salvati dalla nave contattata

Categorisation help on Ships' Lifeboats versus Ships' boats versus Search and Rescue boats versus Rescue lifeboats[edit]

  • Shore-based rescue boats were commonly called "Lifeboats" in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the United Kingdom "Search and Rescue boats" are still named "Lifeboats". Where this term is used, shore-based rescue boats may be classified as "rescue lifeboats".
  • Not every ships' boat is a lifeboat. A "lifeboat" generally has survival gear, is built to survive rough water, and can carry more than a few people. Lifeboats carried on ships, to provide for evacuation of personnel in the event of sinking or fire, should be classified as "ships' lifeboats". "Ships' lifeboats" may double as tenders. "MOB (man overboard) boats" are rescue boats carried on ships. They are generally small, fast, and equipped with rescue gear.

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