Westpac Marine Services, Inc.

EPIRBS

We sell EPIRBs manufactured by GME from Australia and Ocean Signal from the UK. Both manufacturers offer units with integral GPS in Category I, automatic release and Category II, manual release models.

GME is setting the standard for reliable, cost effective EPIRBS worldwide. With their non-hazardous battery pack which can be replaced at a reasonable cost, they are easy to ship worldwide. We especially like the float free, automatic release housing that actually is user friendly when performing the required monthly self-tests. It also uses the Hammar hydrostatic release that is available in every port.

We import these units programmed for US flag vessels. If your vessel is registered elsewhere, we have the in house capability to reprogram a unit to meet the requirements of your flag state.

If you need to register your 406 MHz beacon our registration page will guide you through the process.

Our Tech Files section has several articles regarding EPIRB's should you need further help with registering or wondering what an old unit might be worth.

Read our thoughts on if you should purchase an EPIRB or PLB for your boat (this is not relevant for shore based uses).

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Hydrostatic Release Kit for GME EPIRB
GME
HRU Kit for GME EPIRB's
Part number:  HRU0081
$100.95

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Hydrostatic release kit for Ocean Signal EPIRB
Ocean Signal
Hydrostatic Release Kit for Ocean Signal EPIRB
Part number:  HRU0087
$145.00

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GME Model 403 Category 2, 406MHz EPIRB
GME
Category II EPIRB (non GPS)
Part number:  ERP0403
$449.00

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GME Model 403FF Category 1, 406MHz EPIRB
GME
Category I EPIRB (non GPS)
Part number:  ERP0403FF
$525.00

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GME Model 403G Category 2, 406MHz EPIRB with integral GPS
GME
Category II EPIRB with Integral GPS
Part number:  ERP0403G
$645.00

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GME Model 403FG Category 1, 406MHz EPIRB with integral GPS
GME
Category I EPIRB with Integral GPS
Part number:  ERP0403FG
$765.00

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revised 2/2015