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40' Aluminum Patrol Boat Police Military - Rescue Vessel

MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION

  • Year: 2013
  • Current Price: US$ 745,000
  • Located in West Coast US, United States
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
  • YW# 74503-2600205
  • Courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS

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Price just reduced from $899,000. Now $745,000. 

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The Northwind 12 Meter Hercules Patrol Boat is designed for search and rescue operations in coastal waters. It requires a crew of two and will accommodate a crew of four. It will cruise at 20 knots at 2200RPM. It is not rated to carry passengers for hire.

The boat is equipped with two Volvo Penta D9-575 in line six cylinder diesel engines.

There is a ZF 305-2 0.93:1 gearbox between each engine and its associated jet.

The two Hamilton HJ292 jets are mounted inboard at the stern.

The Cummins Onan 11MDKBN diesel generator set, which has its own water tight compartment, supplies 11 KW of 220VAC 50 Hz power for the air conditioners, battery chargers, dewatering pump outlet, outlets in the cuddy, house, and cockpit, and the ultrasonic antifouling system.

 

Length Overall (LOA): 12.19 m (480 in)

Length (Over Metal): 11.89 m (468 in)
Length of the Waterline: 10.26 m (404 in)
Maximum Beam: 3.68 m (145 in)
Beam: 3.20 m (126 in)
Center of gravity, forward from transom: 4.14 m (163in)
Height above waterline with mast and antenna: 6.99 m (275 in)
Height above waterline with mast, without antenna: 5.56 m (219 in)
Height above waterline without mast: 3.68 m (145 in)
Deadrise (Angle at Amidships): 23 deg
Draft, Light: 0.74m (29 in)
Draft, Loaded: 0.81 m (32 in)
Displacement, Light: 9,827 kg (21665lb)
Displacement Loaded: 11822 kg (26063)
Deadweight (Total Carrying Capacity): 2000 kg (4408 lb)
Recommended Fuel: #2 Diesel
Fuel capacity: 1514 l (400 gal) Approx 1250 kg (2760 lb)
Load Capacity (Including Persons): 1135 kg (2500 lb)
Complement: 2 Persons
Accommodation: 4 Persons
Persons Capacity: 12 Persons
Maximum Speed (2600 RPM): 36 knots

 Try $800,000.

 

We also have a used 2010 with 1200 hours, sistership. Try $600,000. on that one.



This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.


31' GMC DUKW Military Amphibious Vehicle

  • Year: 1945
  • Current Price: US$ 114,995
  • Located in Erie, PA
  • Hull Material: Steel
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single Gas
  • YW# 13064-2631339
  • Courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS
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DUKW 1945 “The Donald”  Manufacturer's code for a type of military wheeled amphibious landing-craft (D means 1942, U means utility (amphibious), K means all-wheel drive, W means 2 powered rear axles)

The DUKW was designed by Rod Stephens, Jr. of Sparkman & Stephens, Inc. yacht designers, Dennis Puleston, a British deep water sailor resident in the U.S., and Frank W. Speir, a Reserve Officers' Training Corps Lieutenant out of Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[8] Developed by the National Defense Research Committee and the Office of Scientific Research and Development, it was initially rejected by the armed services. When a United States Coast Guard patrol craft ran aground on a sand bar near Provincetown, Massachusetts, an experimental DUKW happened to be in the area for a demonstration. Winds up to 60 knots (110 km/h), rain, and heavy surf prevented conventional craft from rescuing the seven stranded Coast Guardsmen, but the DUKW had no trouble, and the military opposition melted. The DUKW would later prove its seaworthiness by crossing the English Channel.

 The GMC DUKW Certainly the world’s most iconic amphibious vehicle, the DUKW or Duck was one of the vital vehicles of WW2.

Almost written of as laughable during its earliest demonstrations by senior US Army officers, the smug smiles were soon wiped off their faces when the prototype DUKW answered a distress call in very rough seas right in front of them and safely landed the crew of a coastguard cutter on the beach.

Undoubtedly D Day and the days after were heavily influenced by the DUKW which allowed men, materials and supplies to be landed ashore before a port was taken, in pretty unpleasant seas.

Built around the Banjo axle GMC 6x6 chassis, the DUKW has the same GMC 270 cubic inch engine and transmission.

It has a very low seaboard but can handle some surprisingly rough seas.

Even 60 years on, DUKW’s continue to operate in civilian life, most notably for River Tours in major cities such as London, Boston, Pittsburgh and Dublin, where tourists marvel at the chance to be driven and ferried around the city in the same vehicle.

 

Type: Amphibious transport Place of origin United States



This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.

 
 

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