26.11.2006 Slow changes in hooks for fast rescue boats

'Slow changes in hooks for fast rescue boats'
"According to current SOLAS regulations, when it comes to ships, fast rescue boats (FRBs) are only required to be carried onboard ro-ro passenger ships, stipulating that one of the vessel's the rescue boats should be an FRB - ie 'fast'. But launching an FRB can be a problem and Dean Pelley, CEO of marine evacuation product developer, Mad Rock, told SASI that the problems related to getting the FRB down to the water are the same as those involved when launching davit/winch lifeboats." 
 
 SAFETY AT SEA, August 2006 (Vol.40, No.450) , pp 28-29