News: Mission Marine Makes a Delivery for the Port Clinton

Monday, May 10, 2004

Mission Marine, a Sandusky boat-builder, delivered its Mission 288 to the Port Clinton Police Department in Ohio. The 25-ft. boat with a wide 11.5-ft. beam was purchased with a Port Security Grant awarded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

The police department needed a multi-mission boat with the ideal platform, superb stability, large deck space, great maneuverability and ride to assist the critical missions of the police department. The department chose Mission Marine.

"When I examined Mission Marine's boat, I was impressed," SGT Toney states, "It has an outstanding platform from which to work and incredible stability on the water. I knew our community would greatly benefit from her service. It was great to work with the Mission Marine team; they really went out of their way to get us this incredible boat."

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