The Havospark Orca Orca H9 rescue watercraft is a highly powerful manned water vehicle for emergency rescues. In any emergency situation, a single lifeguard can carry the Orca H9 rescue watercraft to the water, drive it directly towards the distressed, and take the victim back to the shore either by putting the victim on the watercraft or fixing the victim with a buoy provided and dragging the victim back in an efficient manner.
Rescue watercraft is adaptive to swift water and also narrow, flooded areas in inner cities. The Orca H9 is powerful, fast, and easy to use hi-tech equipment for emergency water rescues.
This rescue watercraft runs at a top speed of 18km/h on water (about 6 times faster than ordinary human) which immensely increases the efficiency of emergency water rescues while reducing the risks involved for lifesavers.
Slightly over a body length of 1m (3.3ft) and width of 0.5m (1.6ft), the rescue watercraft is perfect to be kept and moved around at the boot of a car. The compact structure and weight of this Orca H9 rescue watercraft allows itself to be carried and handled by a single lifeguard under any emergency situation.
The Orca H9 rescue watercraft is greatly adaptive to various water conditions. Compared to lifeboats and ordinary watercraft, its comparatively lighter body allows rescue watercraft not only to run on wide-open waters but also shuttle through narrow flooded urban areas or mountain streams with more complex water conditions.
The Orca H9 rescue watercraft uses water jet propulsion mechanism rather than rotating propellers, and the entire propulsion unit of this watercraft is built in the inside body, minimizing the possibility of harming anybody during the operation.
With a high definition 5" TFT screen, you will always be fully and clearly informed. The user interface has been carefully designed to make operating the Orca H9 rescue watercraft simple and intuitive, helping you focus on the rescue operation.
108*46*39cm / 42.5*18.1*115.4 in
40kg / 88.18Ib
23km / h ( 14.29mph )
10kg / 22.04Ib
6h standard (2h fast)
Max Diving Depth
30m / 98.42ft