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Totally enclosed Life- and Rescue Boats


All boats and davit systems are developed in-house and conform with LSA regulations laid down by the International Maritime Organisation.

All lifeboats and rescue boats are delivered with their own inbuilt launching system, as a “ready-to-assemble” package. This helps minimise shipyard installation costs.

Survival at sea should not be left to chance. We create life-saving solutions you can depend on, tried and tested even in the worst possible conditions: on heavy seas, under arctic frost, in burning oil.

The end-product of know-how and innovation is a well-made, durable, individual solution. Simple to use, with low maintenance needs.

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Boat Options

Totally enclosed Life- and Rescue Boats

boat typecapacity dry cargocapacity tanker versionDownload (PDF-File)
GSL(T) 5,7 M27 persons25 personsData sheet
GSL(T) 6,532 persons31 personsData sheet
GSL(T) 6,6 M44 persons42 personsData sheet
GSL(T) 7,6 M62 persons62 personsData sheet
GSL(T) 8,4 M70 persons70 personsData sheet

Single Pivot gravity Davits

boat typedavit typecapacity dry cargocapacity tanker versionDownload (PDF-File)
GSL(T) 5,7 MGspFP 7527 persons25 personsData sheet
GSL(T) 6,5GspFP 4532 persons31 personsData sheet
GSL(T) 6,6 MGspFP 7544 persons42 personsData sheet
GSL 7,6 MGspFP 7562 persons62 personsData sheet non-tanke version
GSL-T 7,6 MGspFP 9062 persons62 personsData sheet tanker version
GSL(T) 8,4 MGspFP 9070 persons70 personsData sheet



Hatecke GmbH is covering the whole process from sales, design and construction, prototype development and finally production of boats and davit Systems which are distributed directly to yards and shipowners all over the world which trust in our innovative and high-quality products „made in Germany“.From 1986 until today Peter Hatecke runs Hatecke GmbH in fourth generation. Under his leadership especially the freefall lifeboat became an export hit. Between 2011 and 2016 his sons Hinnerk Hatecke, Dr. Hannes Hatecke and Markus Hatecke joined Hatecke Group and are supporting today`s growth in the cruise market.