PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 01/27/22 Danielle Doyle 888.526.0005 email@example.com Brewers’ and Western Marine offer Transport Canada-approved C-1002 electronic distress light SAN DIEGO — January 27, 2022 — Sirius Signal, the leader in marine safety innovations, announced today that two new Canadian distributors now offer the Transport Canada-approved C-1002 electronic visual distress signaling device (eVSDS). […]
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 01/18/22 Danielle Doyle 888.526.0005 firstname.lastname@example.org Replaced with electronic distress signals by June 2022 SAN DIEGO — January 18, 2022 —Sirius Signal, the leader in marine safety innovations, announced today that a U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary policy letter from December 2021 mandates that day/night pyrotechnic flares are to be removed from […]
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 12/07/21 Danielle Doyle 888.526.0005 email@example.com Follows in the footsteps of U.S. Coast Guard SAN DIEGO — December 6, 2021 —The United States Coast Guard recommends that boaters file a float plan to help search and rescue personnel reduce the search area in the event of boating emergencies. Sirius Signal, the […]
Supplemental Alert System Sirius Signal announces the development of a new product, the Supplemental Alert System. The technology is an adaptation of a standard marine mastlight that incorporates the functionality of the C-1002 eVDSD two-color SOS beacon. The C-1002 is a US Coast Guard replacement for pyrotechnic flares that is five times brighter than any […]
Check Presentation to Commodore Vin Pica at 2021 Annapolis Sailboat Show Sirius Signal began a donation program in 2021 monikered, “Add a Dollar, Save a Life.” When customers check out on the Sirius Signal website, they have an option to make a donation to the Coast Guard Auxiliary. The added dollars totaled a whooping $1,037 […]
To help locate those in need once the storm passed, Sirius Signal staff prepared 100 units complete with batteries and attached instruction cards to be sent to Louisiana. The SOS light can run in excess of 60 hours, and trained rescuers know the SOS nighttime signal and can mark their location quickly. To those stranded on the rooftops in total darkness, the light reaches out, giving hope that help is coming soon.