Moose Boats, a boat designer and manufacturer in the San Francisco Bay Area, has delivered the first two M2-35 Patrol Boats on its existing eight boat contract signed in September 2009. Moose Boats has constructed and delivered 28 patrol boats for the U.S. Navy under five separate contracts. The M2-35 boats will be deployed for harbor security in Norfolk Va. and used to detect, identify, warn, disable or defeat potential threats in the vicinity of vulnerable U.S. Naval assets. The Moose Boat M2-35 Patrol Boat built for the U.S. Navy is a 35’ All-Aluminum Catamaran with Twin Yamaha 250hp outboard engines. The catamaran hull has exceptional stability, superior sea handling capabilities, and improved efficiency over a conventional mono-hull. The wide stable hull along with an all-weather cabin will accommodate a crew of four, in comfort. The boats have a service speed of 30 knots and a top speed of 38 knots. Specifications Equipment Length, o.a. 35.5 ft Length, w.l. 27.5 ft Hull beam 13.5 ft Displacement 13,000 lbs (dry) Dead Rise (aft) 15º Draft (Max) 3.2 ft Propulsion Twin 250hp Yamaha Outboards Equipment 7 kW Westerbeke Genset Fuel Capacity 260 gal Gentex Communications Furuno Electronics Suite
The Alabama based Silver Ships inc. built and delivered eight of the 36-ft RHIBs to the U.S. Navy in 2009-2010. The boats will be utilized around the globe for various force protection assignments. The vessel is equipped with twin Yamaha 225hp outboards and a 7 kW genset. The fully clad interior contained shock mitigating seats, a complete head and a versatile electronics package. A removable canopy provides shade to the rear deck and access doors on all four sides of the cabin
The William E. Munson Company delivered its 150th Packman High Performance Landing Craft to Mike Hansen, of Kodiak, Alaska. Powered by a single Yamaha 225 hp outboard, the 24 ft. Packman has a top speed of 45 knots and a maximum load capacity of 3,000 lbs. Outfitting includes a standard 52 in. bow door with winch, console T-top , 100 gallon fuel system and Caulkins galvanized bunk trailer. Hansen purchased an 18 ft. Packman in 1995
AB Volvo Penta and Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd have entered into a technological agreement to develop boat control system. Through the wholly owned electronics company, CPAC Systems, Volvo Penta is developing world-leading electronic solutions, such as the electronic platform. This CAN-based network, which links the engine, transmission, instrumentation and accessories in a single system, currently forms the electronic base of Volvo Penta’s product range for power boats.
Almar by North River Boats Inc. of Roseburg, Ore. announced the recent completion of the following three boats: 1.) This is the fourth boat in a series of five 33’ X 10’ Sounder Pilot House built for Hydrographic Survey use. This boat is powered by twin Yanmar 315 hp diesel engines and Hamilton 241 water jets with a top speed of over 31 knots and a fuel capacity of 200 gallons. The pilot house is equipped with two Coleman Seamach air conditioning units
Moose Boats, a boat designer and manufacturer in the San Francisco Bay Area, recently finalized contract specifications with The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for the construction of two M2-35 Outboard Catamarans for Patrol and Emergency Rescue Response in the waters surrounding JFK and LaGuardia International Airports. The M2-35 aluminum catamarans will be powered by twin Yamaha 350hp outboards, are equipped with a self-contained Darley fire pump and are each capable of
Silver Ships, Inc. recently delivered two 27’ Patrol Boats to the New Hanover and Brunswick County Sheriff’s Departments. The vessels will be tasked with patrolling the Intracoastal Waterways, the Cape Fear River and coastal waters as well as the surrounding estuaries and barrier islands within the jurisdiction of the New Hanover & Brunswick Counties, North Carolina. The 27-foot, deep vee, vessels were designed and configured to meet the mission requirements for
Performance, Speed, Fuel Economy & Environmental compliance all come together to form the ultimate balancing act for engine OEM’s and their customers alike. The ‘need for speed’ has been at the heart of professional fast craft operations since powerboats first overtook their bow wave and went on the plane. However, it is a hard fact of life for many professional organizations that fuel budgets are being cut
Lowrance, a world-leading brand in fishing electronics since 1957— announced today its all-new Outboard Pilot for use with the Lowrance High Definition System (HDS) series. This easy-to-use autopilot system allows fingertip steering of the outboard engine— giving anglers an “extra hand,” so they can focus more on their fishing activity. Featuring integrated control froman HDS Gen2 orHDS Gen2 Touch
Expansion into outboard category brings benefits of electric propulsion to even more boaters Elco Motor Yachts, a company in electric and hybrid marine propulsion for more than 120 years, is applying its expertise to the electric outboard motor category. The company is launching a new line of 5- and 7-horsepower motors, with an additional model offering 9.9-horsepower later this year. The outboards are designed to meet the growing interest in clean
Boat designer and manufacturer in the San Francisco Bay Area, Moose Boats, said it has delivered a M2-35 Catamaran Patrol Boat to New York City Police Department’s Harbor Unit. The 35 foot all-aluminum catamaran vessel is a sister ship to NYPD’s three existing Moose Boats M2- 35
Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport International Boat Show, announced today the results of this year’s Newport For New ProductsTM (NFNP) Awards. Judged on Thursday during the opening day of the Newport International Boat Show and announced at an awards
Brunswick Corporation today announced that effective immediately, David M. Foulkes, has been promoted to the new position of chief technology officer, reporting in this additional capacity to Brunswick President and Chief Operating Officer Mark D. Schwabero
Milestone comes less than 10 years after launch of platform. Mercury Marine, the world leader in commercial and recreational marine propulsion and technology, has produced its 75,000th Verado L6 outboard engine. The Verado six-cylinder was first launched in 2005 and covered 200 to 275hp;
Incat Crowther say they supported Strategic Marine in their winning technical proposal for the construction of ten 42m Infield Utility Vessels (IUV) for Brunei's PTAS Marine, and the first boat has now been delivered. Details as follows: Strategic Marine called in Incat to assist in their
Brunswick Marine announced an extended warranty on Mariner and Mercury outboard engines for commercial and governmental applications. The new two-year/1,000hrs*, limited warranty, effective January 1, 2014, covers the following engine ranges:
The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) said it is seeking the public’s assistance after receiving a report of an unmanned adrift, black and grey inflatable dinghy offshore approximately two and a half miles west of Kaanapali, Maui, Monday. The passenger ferry Molokai Princess reported the dinghy
Houston-based supplier Mystik informs that its lubricants will now be available in a wider range of 4-cycle FC-W marine engine oil viscosity grades, including full synthetics 10W-30 and 10W-40 as well as the new synthetic blends 25W-40 and 25W-50.
ALMAR by North River Boats of Roseburg Oregon recently built and launched the first of three 29 x 10 ft. Liberty Walk Around vessels destined for the San Francisco area. The Liberty family of boats features a Wing Hybrid Foam/Air Fender protecting the exterior perimeter of the boat
A.S.A.P. announced it now offers a quick-to-service small outboard engine filter – an ingenious design from Parker-Racor. According to A.S.A.P., no tools are required for servicing, quick release connectors and a patented priming system
Fire Departments in South Carolina and Minnesota have recently accepted delivery of Response FR-28 and FR-31J boats built of welded aluminum by Viking Welding & Fabrication in Kensington, N.H. The boats were designed by Response Marine in Newburyport, Mass.
CDI Electronics has announced the acquisition of Ballard Commercial Industries located in Arlington, Washington. The transaction was completed on June 6. Financial terms were not disclosed. CDI Electronics was founded in 1983 and is a company in aftermarket outboard ignition systems and diagnostic
BRP has signed an agreement to provide Renaissance Marine Groups’ KingFisher Boats with Evinrude outboard engines. The welded heavy-gauge aluminum boats, manufactured in a state-of-the art facility in Vernon, British Columbia, are known for their custom-built quality.
Leo Motors Inc. (LEOM) has acquired by merger 100% of its affiliate company, Leo Greentier Marines (LGM) through a share exchange. LGM is the premier Korean E-outboard developer and manufacturer. They bring LEOM an effective fossil fuel alternative to conventional boats dramatically
Metal Shark now offers Volvo Penta diesel sterndrives in its 29 Defiant patrol boats for customers requiring optimum performance, durability and maneuverability. The 29 Defiant can now be ordered with twin Volvo Penta D4-225 sterndrives. The first boat has just been placed into service by the