Police Patrol Boat Delivered by Kvichak Marine

Press Release
Sunday, June 02, 2013
Patrol Boat 28: Photo credit Kvichak Marine Industries

Kvichak Marine Industries deliver the 'Patrol 28', a 28’x 9’3” all-aluminum vessel to the Boston Police Department Harbor Unit (BPD).

Designed by Kvichak/Amgram Ltd., UK and built by Kvichak Marine, the Patrol 28 is effective for operation in port and coastal waters, including shallow areas.  

Missions for the Patrol 28 include search and rescue, border patrol and maritime security.

Powered by twin Honda 225 hp VTEC outboards, the Patrol 28 cruises at speeds over 45 knots. 

Patrol boat  features include:

  • Length (waterline): 25’ 11”
  • Length (overall): 30’ 10”
  • Beam: 9’ 3”
  • Twin Honda 225 hp VTEC outboard engines
  • Depth: 2’ 4”
  • Fuel: 115 gallons
  • Speed (approx): >45 knots
  • Shockwave suspension seats
  • Furuno electronics package
  • Enclosed deckhouse
  • (2) Tow Bitts
  • Wing D-shaped inflatable fendering

www.kvichak.com

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