Winslow Company was originally known as New York Rubber Company when it was founded in 1941 as a builder of life rafts during World War II. The boat company was purchased by John C. Winslow after the war and was moved to Florida. Building inflatables designed for 2 to 12 person occupancy, Winslow Company products are engineered for easy deployment in case of an emergency. Fred Shoaff bought Winslow Company in 1989, continuing to operate it as the Winslow LifeRaft Company.
No longer in production. No weight and beam information available.