Buy Vesper Marine AIS Transponder before 30 June and be in to win a pair of the world’s smallest MOBs.

Every AIS transponder purchased from 19 May and registered before 30 June will go in the draw to win a pair of Ocean Signal MOB1s – the smallest MOBs in the world.

All the winner needs to do is provide proof of purchase, and we will send them a pair of MOBs.

By combining highly accurate AIS technology with a personal locator beacon like the MOB1, you can take the “search” out of “search and rescue” as accurate range and bearing information is transmitted to all boats within AIS range once the unthinkable happens and an MOB1 device is activated as someone hits the water. When combined with Vesper Marine smartAIS transponders – the WatchMate XB-8000 and WatchMate Vision – alarms are also sounded if one of your crew goes overboard. It could save your life.

Terms and Conditions

  • Anyone who purchases a Vesper Marine AIS transponder between 19 May and 30 June is eligible to enter the drawing to win a pair of Ocean Signal MOB1s.
  • To enter, simply register your product at www.vespermarine.com/register.
  • Applicable proof of purchase between 19 May 2017 and 30 June 2017 is required to enter and claim the prize.
  • Any purchase from an authorized Vesper Marine dealer of a new Vesper Marine AIS transponder qualifies.
  • Entries close on 30 June 2017.
  • The winner will be chosen by random and will be announced on our website, contacted via their registration information and sent two Ocean Signal MOB1s to the address they provide.
  • By entering and claiming your prize, you agree that Vesper Marine can use your name for promotional purposes (to announce the winner).
  • Only one entry per person qualifies.
  • Employees and immediate family members of Vesper Marine, our distributors and dealers are not eligible to enter.
  • The promoter is Vesper Marine, 45 Sale Street, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Vesper Marine reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions.
  • The Competition and Rules will be governed by New Zealand law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of New Zealand.