Communication is vital for safety and efficiency at sea so choosing a portable radio designed specifically for this harsh environment is a must. Fully waterproof, the SAILOR SP3500 portable series offers a model for all marine applications including GMDSS and new ATEX versions.
Out on deck, in high seas and driving rain, the fact that SAILOR SP3500 portables are made specifically for use at sea becomes quickly apparent. Already designed to fit comfortably in your palm, they are also equipped with a ribbed grip that means, even with gloves on in wet conditions that there is no chance you will drop it.
With large tactile buttons and control knobs combined with a user-friendly interface, on board communication could not be simpler. Every SAILOR SP3500 Series portable also comes with a large, easy to read display with a red backlight to protect your night vision.
The Portable Family
The SAILOR SP3500 portable series features seven high-quality, durable models specifically designed for marine use on all types of vessel including fishing, tanker, cargo or offshore, whilst at the same time offering superb value for your operation
All radios feature powerful transceivers and high quality audio ensuring that all parties can be heard loud and clear even when working in windy and noisy conditions. The SAILOR name gives you confidence that your portable VHF was built for the job at sea, with such features as:
Dual Watch, Tri Watch and Scanning
For users who require a private conversation over the radios, the SAILOR SP3515, SP3530 (ATEX), SP3550 and the SAILOR SP3560 (ATEX) also offer scrambling features. For advanced usage they even offer CTCSS. International, US, Canadian, and Inland (BI) Waterways channel tables for all the VHFs are selectable by the user.
The SAILOR SP3520 and the SAILOR SP3540 (ATEX) is supplied with the international channels that are required for a portable GMDSS VHF. The SAILOR SP3550 and the SAILOR SP3560 (ATEX) is a portable UHF radio developed exclusively for on board communication and is re-programmed with all the maritime UHF channels.