Willard Delivers New Hawaiian Tour Boat

Friday, September 10, 2004

Willard Marine Inc. delivered the Makaha Explorer, a Sea Force 730 capable of speeds over 40 mph, to Capt. John Charleston for his Hawaiian Tour Boat Company. The boat is a version of the standard U.S. Navy 7m/24-ft. RIB which has over 350 references. It was customized for Capt. Charleston and includes an extended canvas T-Top, centerline back-to-back seating for passengers as well as an enclosed self-contained head underneath the console. It was built and tested to meet USCG Certification for a passenger-carrying vessel. The Makaha Explorer is propelled by twin Honda 130 hp engines mounted on an engine bracket to allow maximum usable inboard space for passengers.

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