GRC43m: Completing E. Coast Demo Tour

Thursday, August 25, 2011

The Westport GRC43m (Global Response Cutter) “Solution” is completing the East Coast leg of the US tour, demonstrating the vessel to Domestic and Foreign Military agencies, Vice President of Westport Philip Purcell notes. Westport’s Business Model-Series built vessels--delivers a fast, long range, multi-mission cutter with extraordinary tolerances for durability and quality. The GRC43m demonstrated performance characteristics and inherent benefits are many--Low acquisition cost--Long service life—Reduced life cycle cost notes Purcell providing US agencies a predictable off the shelf maritime “Solution” delivered on time and on budget. Since 1964, Westport has taken a long-term view of the future, and invested heavily in people, design, naval architecture, infrastructure, engineering and proven technologies to secure our position at the forefront of the industry. 

Email: commercial@westportshipyard.com


 

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