SeaArk Delivers Commander Patrol/Rescue Boat

Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Marine 7, a 21-ft. Comander center console patrol/rescue boat

SeaArk Marine, Inc. recently delivered Marine 7, a 21-ft. Commander center console patrol/rescue boat to the Town of Hempstead Bay Constables in Point Lookout, NY.  This boat is responsible for patrol, rescue, law enforcement and fisheries/conservation enforcement on the South Shore of Long Island in the waters within the Town of , Jones Inlet and the . The SeaArk 21-ft. Commander is based on a widely proven hull designed by C. Raymond Hunt & Associates, , and is constructed of all-welded marine-grade aluminum.  The vessel features a deep-vee variable deadrise hull that produces a smooth, dry and stable ride, which characteristics are greatly appreciated by the crew for fast response and crew comfort.

The vessel employs a 225 h.p. Honda 4-stroke outboard engine and, when fully operational, the boat achieves response speeds to 37 knots.

Additional outfitting includes an aluminum T-top with electronics box, light bar, floodlights, police and marine radios and a GPS/depthsounder.

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