Designed to offer an advanced user experience, the innovative TORO-4 is a secure and cost-effective solution for low volume transfers.

Render of TORO


Provides self-righting and flotation, which protects passengers in the unlikely event of immersion

Two people and a stretcher-bound casualty can be accommodated quickly and easily for transfer

Comfortable three-point harnesses, also used in free fall lifeboats, protect passengers from falling and allow for rapid entry and exit

EVA foam shock-absorbing landing feet help to reduce vertical impacts (heavy landings)

A stainless steel frame, coupled with buoyancy panels, protects passengers from side impacts

Single central load column is difficult to damage, and there is no welding on the critical load path to elimate the risk of weld-related stress

Why the TORO?

Incorporating design principles from our existing carriers, the TORO-4 sets high standards for protection, comfort and value.

  • Easy to land and store in tight spaces due to its small footprint.
  • Ships in a standard sea container.
  • Cost efficient, with a long lifespan and low-maintenance design.
  • Quick to enter and exit.
  • Fast conversion to MedEvac mode.

The TORO story

Optimised for the offshore environment, the TORO-4 was conceived and created with customer value in mind. High performance materials mean it’s built to last, while a low number of replaceable parts make maintenance easy. 

Today, there are over 50 TORO-4 devices operating worldwide, with clients including Dolphin Energy, ConocoPhillips and E.ON.

Testing and verification

The TORO-4 is designed, verified and built to the highest possible industry-recognised standards.

  • ABS Type Approved
  • CE Marked
  • Built to ISO9001:2000 standards

Operational applications

Benign environments

The TORO-4 is ideally suited to benign environments where sea states are generally lower. Its four-person capacity means the carrier can be used as an alternative to baskets for regular crew changes, or as a back up device.


Severe sickness or injuries to the hands and arms often prevent the use of a rope basket transfer. As a solution, the TORO-4 can quickly accommodate a critically ill or injured person on a stretcher, along with up to two supporting passengers.

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Product Dimensions Operational limits Passengers Max Gross Weight Temperature Features
W1 1988mm / 79"
W2 2109mm / 83"
2089mm / 84"
Operational limits
Wave height up to 4m / 8'2"
Wind speed up to 40 knots / 20m/s
Passengers 4 persons or 2 persons plus stretcher Max Gross Weight 815kg / 1794lbs Temperature
Standard -20°c to +50
(-4°F to +122°F)
Arctic Not specified
  • MedEvac Mode
  • ABS Statement of Fact (by request)