RIBCRAFT Delivers Response Craft

Wednesday, December 07, 2005
The United States manufacturer of rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) for safety professionals, law enforcement and military agencies, announced the delivery of a RIBCRAFT 4.8 to the National Park Service. At 15’7”, the RIBCRAFT 4.8 will be used for patrol and rescue missions along the Potomac River and will operate under the jurisdiction of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park . The new RIB will be used by Park Rangers for increased patrols along the Potomac and will be used in cooperation with local fire and rescue organizations during emergency responses. Requiring an easily deployed, stable and versatile law enforcement platform, the 4.8 was built to the Park Services exact specifications. Extremely durable and reliable, RIBCRAFT RIBs are the perfect response craft for safety professionals.
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