An orange rectangular box with a long handle either side. The Life Cell, a marine safety device, was designed by company directors, Scott Smiles and Rick Matthews, after experiencing an accident at sea. The device, made of closed cell waterproof polyurethane foam and covered with impact resistant and fire-retardant polyethylene, is buoyant enough to support up to four people. All members of the party can hold the handles or use the wrist lanyards to ensure they stay together making them easier to spot by rescuers. The black bracket should be mounted on an accessible part of the boat, iIf the device is not deployed by the crew it will float away from the bracket as it hits the water.