Marine Boat First Aid kits - Cat C, Ocean first aid, Surival kits, blankets - Page 1
Do one specifically badged for Cat C.
BUT - I'm not a fan of pre-built kits. The conventional kit for use a shore is usually of limitted use afloat. I'd far prefer to build my own...
European Lifeboat-Liferaft First Aid Kit Category C - Selles Medical
This one gives its kit list. Now if you dont absolutely need a Kit that meets someone elses list you would probably want to question several of the contents - you aren't ex[pecting to be trapped on a liferaft for days so do you need anti-diarheoals, seasickness tablets etc.
Preparation To Treat Angina: Do you or your fellow ribbers have angina?
Loperimide Capsules: You don't have a heads so diarheoa on a rib spells disaster... head for shore!
Ibuprofen Tablets: pack size exceeds that available without prescription in the uk ;-)
Cetrimide Cream Tube: I'd prefer ointment as its less likely to wash off at sea!
20 x Assorted Plasters: I'd want more for pleasure boating. For a rescue boat I'd suggest plasters are pointless. if its bleeding bad it needs a bandage if its dribbling a plaster is probably going to fall off in the wet water. Duct tape rocks!
2 x Dressing Large: Thats nothing like enough if someone hits your prop!
2 x Dressing Medium
1 x Dressing Extra Large
Sutures 75mm: presume these are butterfly plasters/steristrips not actual suture!
Pair Of Scissors: what you going to cut?
Burn Bag: You'd be better with a load of plastic bags that can multifunction. Afterall a fire on a rib is not a good thing so will your burn bag survive?
60 x Sea Sickness Tablets: Too many? Which tablets? You want non-drowsy.
10 x Antiseptic Wipes: Too few. If you were making your own kit youd put more in...
1 x Pocket Mask: there has been discussions on here about why bother! But if you want...
10 x Gloves Examination: Depends who you sail with! This is all about protecting you in this setting not keeping the wound clean as you are on a boat in the sea... if need be the medics will fix it with antibiotics when in hospital.
10 x Paraffin Gauze: You'd be better with melolin style dressings.
Some of this would be more use in the car for when you get ashore!
Someone does dressings in plastic bags with easy tear cuts designed to make them easy to open easily with cold hands etc while keeping them dry.
from my experience you need at least two layers of waterproofing... so a lock and lock box in a dry bag would be good.