Moose Boats Introduces the M3 Monohull

Thursday, July 07, 2011
Photo courtesy Moose Boats

Moose Boats, an aluminum boat manufacturer, unveiled the new M3 mono-hull at MACC 2011. This boat was developed as an alternative to Moose Boats’ existing M1 and M2 catamaran models, which have been available in the commercial marine market since 2000. The new Moose Boats M3 mono-hull is a smaller, more nimble alternative to our catamaran models. The M3 can be powered with a variety of propulsion options and can accommodate up to 900hp. This vessel is sturdy, agile and fast which makes it ideal for a variety of Patrol, Law Enforcement, SAR and Fire Fighting applications.

 
The M3 is available with various deck configurations to meet the mission-specific applications that marine professional’s jobs demand. With a strong emphasis on ergonomics, situational awareness, sea-keeping ability and the highest quality construction, the M3 is an invaluable new addition to the Moose Boats line. The vessel is offered between 34’-0” and 36-0” length overall and beam can be offered at a min. 10’-10” width. For sales and proposal inquiries.
 
SPECIFICATIONS (model shown)
LOA: 34’-4”
LWL: 26’-6”
Beam (with collar): 11’-6”
Hull Draft: 23”
Air Draft: 12’-0”
Dead Rise (aft): 20º
Dead Rise (entry): 55º
Freeboard: 40” at midship
Displacement: 10,000 lbs.
Fuel Tankage: 240 gal.
 
CABIN
Forward Leaning/Glare Free Windows
Overhead View Ports
Tempered Safety Glass
Thermal & Sound Insulation
Fully Adjustable Air-ride Seats
Vinyl Padded Headliner
L.E.D Red/White Lighting
 
HULL AND DECK
5086 Alloy Hull - .250 Bottom Plating
Generous Walk Around Cabin
Configuration
Integral 3-point Lifting Lugs
L.E.D. Navigational Lighting
Bow & Spring Line Cleats
Aft Bollards
Self Bailing Decks
Large Grab Rails Throughout
Anchor and Ground Tackle Stowage
Foam/Air Fendering Collar
Outboard Engine Guard
Polyurethane Paint System
 
PROPULSION
Twin or triple outboards
with a total horsepower range
from 500hp to 900hp
 

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