Now I only have the sib and I don't go too far nowadays i just keep it simple and to the things that I am most likely to need .
Big sick ,,
large ambulance/ field dressing for any propeller incidents ,
Little sick ,,
,, small bandage & finger dressings assorted plasters & roll of plaster ,triangular bandage , safety pins & antiseptic wipes ,Small scissors.
Tweezers for removing foreign body's and an eye bath ,, nothing no worse than on a windy beach and sand in the eye or if launching through dumping surf with a sandy bottom ,
For fish hooks I can snip them through with the pliers from the engine tool kit ,
Pocket resus mask , thermal bag , 2 inch ,,roll end cling film cut of a larger roll .
Sachet of vinegar for jelly stings when recovering the anchor rope .
Come to the conclusion most accidents I am likely to encounter are falling overboard into the prop ,
Falling/ slipping on the slipway launching
Most seem to be small minor finger nips /trapping skinned knuckles stuff from floor board assembly to clamping the engine on , or a poke in the eye from an elbow or a flick from a rope end ,
Burn wise apart from an unlikley engine fire the only other burn would be from a flare .
Bit different if your a charter / club / dive boat ect but I now only carry stuff that I or We are likely to use Personally on our own boat otherwise if you are not carefull you can start to equip you boat for others , first aid yes but I am not running an ambulance .