Show Boats 2003


The 30’×13’ Wave-Train 800 is an aluminum catamaran designed primarily as a hose handler and boom layer. Lifting lugs allow davit or crane launch from larger vessels. Power is provided by twin Cummins 6BTA 5.9M diesels (210 hp) driving Hamilton 274 waterjets. Light speed is 20 knots and bollard pull is two tons.



The 27’×8’6” Justice is an unsinkable, high-freeboard, deep-V (23° at transom) fiberglass patrol boat powered by twin outboards (minimum 400 hp, maximum 500 hp). A 200-gal. baffled aluminum fuel tank allows long patrols, and the center console features a tempered glass windshield, a molded-in footrest and lockable electronics.



The Mission Marine 338 Hardtop is a welded aluminum catamaran that measures 29’7”×11’5”. Outboard powered (maximum 500 hp), the equipment includes dual-engine parallel battery systems. A long list of options make the boat suitable for multiple missions including homeland security, search-and-rescue, firefighting and law enforcement.



The Model 03 Peacemaker is an aluminum monohull measuring 40’6”×9’9” and powered by twin Yanmar 6LY2A-STP diesel engines turning two Konrad 540 STD outdrives through ZF IRM 220 1:1 gears. Top speed is 60 mph, cruise speed is 32 mph. With a 300-gal. fuel capacity, its range at cruise speed is 500 miles.



The 30’×9’10” RW-30 is described as a “rough water RIB” built from molded vinylester and combination laminates with a Corecell core. Tubes are Pennel Industries 1670 D tex Hypalon. Power can be single or twin outboards, inboard/outboard or waterjets. Maximum horsepower is 500. The wheelhouse is optional.



The SeaArk Model 34 Dauntless “Ram” measures 35’×10’ (excluding collar). Powered by twin Cummins 370-hp diesels and Konrad 520 outdrives, the welded aluminum patrol boat has a top speed of 37 knots. The Dauntless series features a deep-V hull with wide chines, lifting strakes and flared bows. 






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