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 […]
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 06/11/21 Danielle Doyle 888.526.0005 firstname.lastname@example.org In support of the United States Coast Guard recommendation to “File a Float Plan,” Sirius Signal has developed a smart phone app that will let you file a float plan to aid in taking necessary safety measures when boating. SAN DIEGO — June 10, 2021 […]
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 1/29/19 Danielle Doyle 888.526.0005 email@example.com The Sirius Signal team worked with USCG representatives to conduct studies researching the best colors and sequences to use when summoning help in a maritime emergency. Their findings resulted in new carriage requirements and regulations. San Diego, CA — After 100 years, the marine SOS […]
They’re not just hazardous waste; they’re explosive hazardous waste.
We’re talking about out of date flares. Each year, the number of places that will accept expired flares for “free” continues to dwindle. Topping the list is the recent decision of the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary to no longer accept them, preceded by the same decision by most fire department stations.
The Electronic Flare SOS Distress Light Aids Stranded Boaters After Motor Quits Written by Averi Melcher San Diego, CA — During a relaxing evening viewing the San Diego skyline with six friends this summer, Captain Greg Potter’s boat became disabled, requiring aid from local vessel assist services in order to get back to shore. According […]