3/4 Length Mariner Level 100

(2 customer reviews)

From £460.00

Approved to EN ISO 12402-4:2006+A1:2010 – Automatic

Approved to EN ISO 12402-6:2006+A1:2010 – Manual

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3/4 length Mariner coat with an Integrated Automatic or Manual Life Jacket with a two layer system creating a 100% waterproof, breathable and windproof barrier.

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  • Integrated 150 Newton Lifejacket
  • Optional – Deck Safety Harness, D-Ring & Front & Rear Lifting Becket
  • Oral Backup Inflation
  • Fully Automatic or Manual Inflation (33g CO2 bottle)
  • Back up Manual Pull
  • Concealed Whistle
  • Waist Belt
  • Taped Seams – 100% Waterproof
  • Two Outside Pockets
  • Velcro Fly
  • Concealed Hood in Collar
  • 15 fabrics / colours to choose from
  • Option of 2 colours (Top/Bottom) or 1 solid colour
  • Cotton Chintz Plain Lining (options available see Internal Option choices)
  • Double Layer Waterproof System consisting of 100% Waterproof / Breathable / Windproof Twin barrier
  • Made in Britain

Additional information

Weight 7.8 kg
Coat Size

Small, Medium, Large, XLarge, XXLarge, XXXLarge, XXXXLarge

Inflation Type

Automatic, Manual

Base Colour

Beige, Black, Gold, Green, Navy, Olive, Soft Yellow, Hi-Viz Yellow, International Orange, Fluorescent Orange, Standard Red, Hi-Viz Red, Black ASFR, Navy ASFR, Hi-Viz Orange ASFR, Hi-Viz Red ASFR, Hi-Viz Yellow ASFR

Top Colours

Soft Yellow Top Yoke, Hi-Viz Yellow Top Yoke, Fluorescent Orange Top Yoke, Hi-Viz Orange Top Yoke, Standard Red Top Yoke, Hi-Viz Red Top Yoke, Hi-Viz Orange ASFR Top Yoke, Hi-Viz Red ASFR Top Yoke, Hi-Viz Yellow ASFR Top Yoke, Soft Yellow Waist Level, Hi-Viz Yellow Waist Level, Fluorescent Orange Waist Level, Hi-Viz Orange Waist Level, Standard Red Waist Level, Hi-Viz Red Waist Level, Hi-Viz Orange ASFR Waist Level, Hi-Viz Red ASFR Waist Level, Hi-Viz Yellow ASFR Waist Level

Retro Reflective Tape

Arm Bands, Shoulder Bands, Arm & Shoulder Bands, Class 2 Retro Tape, Class 3 Retro Tape


Waterproof OverTrousers – taped seams, elasticated waist.  (colour matched with bottom half of coat)

Waterproof Hi-Fits – taped seams, elasticated braces.  (colour matched with bottom half of coat)

Waterproof Hi-Fits Plus – taped seams, elasticated braces, double layer waterproof system, reinforced areas, velcro zip gussets.  (colour matched with bottom half of coat)

2 reviews for 3/4 Length Mariner Level 100

  1. Jon Aschoff (verified owner)

    They should not sell float coats without a crotch strap.

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    • Dave Tolley (store manager)

      This is a very interesting point Jon.

      I do agree that crotch straps should be worn when wearing a Lifejacket. This is primarily to make sure that the wearer doesn’t fall through the Lifejacket on inflation. However this is not the case with a SeaSafe coat with an integral inflatable lung. A SeaSafe coat inflates around the body and therefore holds the body tightly and in doing so makes it impossible to fall through. There is an option for the customer to add a crotch strap with our ‘Build-a-Coat’ products if they so wish, all of our standard 170N & 275N lifejackets are sold with one.

      Let me give you some background on this very important subject.
      All Lifejackets have to go through a series of tests before they get certificated for use. There is no requirement within the tests that the wearer has to use a crotch strap and that is why so many Lifejackets in the past never had them fitted. The main reason why crotch straps are not featured is that a Lifejacket WHEN CORRECTLY WORN should on inflation place the casualty in the correct position without any help from a crotch strap. The main problem is that very few people wear their Lifejackets correctly and therefore they have the risk of falling out of their Lifejacket or at the very least the Lifejacket is unable to put the casualties into the correct position.

      So coming back to the point.
      Best practice would quite clearly suggest that a crotch strap should be worn on all Lifejackets at all times.
      With regard to SeaSafe and the Mariner jacket. Many years ago we at SeaSafe thought that legislation would make it mandatory for crotch straps to be fitted to all Lifejackets, so we incorporated our beaver tail. However this has never happened, but we felt that adding a crotch piece would help to retain body heat and reduce flushing.

      I hope the above helps your decision making process, but please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.


  2. J M L. (verified owner)

    Superb custom made coat.

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