inflatable boat

Inflatable boats, kayaks, accessories and products for inflatable boats, accessories for powerboats, sailboats yachts, and more.


Arches, Frames, Towers
Bouncer Trampolines
Canoes - Inflatable
Covers - Inflatables
Davits - Inflatable Boat
Dinghy Davits
Dinghy Launch Wheels
Engine Covers
Engine Brackets
Engine Carry Cases
Engine Jack Plates
Engine Mounts
Inflatable Bouncers
Inflatable Boats
Inflatable Canoes
Inflatable Kayaks
Inflatable Boat Davits
Inflatable Boat Paint
Inflatable Boat Parts
Inflatable Boat Sealant
Inflatable Seating
Inflatable Storage Bags
Inflatable Tow Sleds
Inflatable Towables
Inflatable Trampolines
Jack Plates
Keel Guard Strips
Launching Wheels
Motor Carry Cases
Motor Covers
Motor Mount Brackets
Outboard Cases
Outboard Covers
Outboard Motor Mounts
Paint - Inflatable Repair
Planing Fins
Propeller Guards
Repair Paint Inflatables
Rigid Inflatable Boats
Sealant for Inflatables
Seating & Consoles
Steering Systems
Stabilizers for Engines
Storage Bags
Tilt Trim Systems
Tenders for Yachts
Towables - Inflatables
Trim Tab Lights
Wakeboard Racks
Wakeboard Speakers
Wakeboard Towers
Water Bouncers
Water Sleds
Yacht Tenders - Quality Inflatable Boats



Marine Survival Gear and Apparel for boating and fishing

From cruising on the lake to island-hopping, to towing a water-skier, power boats and sailboats are used for a wide range of activities. Accordingly, boaters need gear that is versatile and flexible, and at the same time specific to activities like waterskiing, rough water sailing and more. We offer a variety of Mustang Survival products for all of these needs.

Mustang Survival has done extensive research to understand cold-water survival. They know that many factors will effect how long you can survive at sea.

The length of time a person can survive in cold water primarily depends on both the water's temperature and the thermal insulation of the victim's protective clothing. Although models and charts can predict approximate survival times there are many variables that ultimately effect survivability.

The following factors will decrease survival times:

  • cold waters
  • turbulent waters (waves, water flushing)
  • active winds
  • body movement (spent heat energy from swimming or treading)
  • lack of thermal insulation or lean body composition
  • poor insulation over the core body (torso and other areas of significant thermal regulation)
  • direct contact with the water
  • physiological factors (low body fat, etc…)

How long a person can survive in cold water primarily depends on both the water's temperature and the thermal insulation of the victim's protective clothing.

To create the most effective protection attainable, Mustang Survival begins by evaluating the clothing's Immersed Clo values. Simply, they determine the rate at which heat is lost from the body, as well as the difference in temperature between the skin and the water. From the Immersed Clo values, predictions can be made of the rate at which a person's body temperature will drop in cold water. The smaller the Clo number the shorter the predicted survival time in the water.



Follow us on:

Featured Boat Product

Related Information

Add your products to our site?

Great Products +
Low Prices +
Great Service =
An enjoyable buying experience and savings
for you

Customer Services

E-mail Us
Your Questions:
E-mail us Now

Call Toll Free at:


Join Our
Mailing List
E-mail us Now

Related Websites

A name you can trust

All Boat Products
A wide variety

Custom Motorcycle Products
Lots of info and parts

Sea Eagle Sport Runabout Transom Boat 

Copyright - All Rights Reserved