MOB Lifesaver is a buoyant lifeline connected to the recovery loop of the automatic lifejacket. When the life jacket is released, the line is thrown into the water. Functions: the crew on board can use a boat hook to catch the person overboard and secure it to the vessel with the line. a rescue buoy can be attached to the line to hoist the person overboard back onto the ship. This rescue method is recommended at safety training courses in Germany. The problem of securing the person overboard to the ship without their assistance could not be solved until now. The casualty had to actively reach for a lifeline and attach it to the body. The MOB Lifesaver solves this problem.Material: 3 meter length spliced as a ring line with reinforced triangle loop at one end, diameter 3 millimeters, Ultra High Molecular Polyethylene HMPE (Dyneema), buoyant in bright yellow. Breaking load tons (considerably higher than the breaking load of recovery loops on life jacketsThe developers: Duncan Wells, Royal Yachting Association instructor, sailing school operator, book author and water sports journalist. His books ″Stress-free Sailing″ and ″Stress-free Powerboating″ have been published in German by Delius Klasing Verlag. In the books, the product and the application are described in detail. In the book and on the Delius Klasing website, links (or QR codes) lead to the videos. Life jacket manufacturers and MOB Lifesaver: The following life jacket brands are certified for MOB Lifesaver: Spinlock, Baltic, SeaSafe, Crewsaver. Installation videos are also available for these manufacturers. More manufacturers will follow.