Rescue boat ALUSAFE 770 TWIN MK II
inboard waterjetaluminum

rescue boat
rescue boat
rescue boat
rescue boat
rescue boat
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rescue boat
Motor type
inboard waterjet

8.15 m (26'08")


The Alusafe 770 Twin is a version of our popular Alusafe 770. The twin model is fitted with twin engine/jet installation. The fully planning hull with deep V-bottom design in suitable for high speed ahead and has high manoeuvrability going astern. The V-bottom design also gives easy motion when stationary in a critical operation. Alusafe 770 Twin is designed to meet the strictest requirements and is certified as a Fast Rescue Craft. It is made from marine aluminium, by the unique patented aluminium extruded profile system, reducing welding to a minimum. The hull is fitted with five watertight compartmentsand is therefore unsinkable. The craft is is type approved with a CE certificate acc. to Solas 83, nominated body: DNV, in addition it has a type approval from NMD. Technical data: OverallLength:8.15meters LengthHull:6.96meters BreadthExtreme:2.70meters BreadthHull:2.10meters Draught:0.45meters WeightEmpty:2300kg DavitLoad:2795kg (with 6 persons) Fuel tank capacity: 2x90 Max Speed From-To:33-35 knots with 3 persons ApprovedLifting:0kg Engine & Propullsion: Engine standard: 2x125 HP Engine alternative: Other approved engines Propulsion standard: Hamilton 213 Propulsion alternative: Naiad, Kamewa, FF jet, Outboard Materials: Hull made of marine aluminium and fitted with five watertight compartments. The fender system is made of special foam, and protected with tailor-made PVC cover.Lifting arrangement is made of high quality steel, fitted with approve off-load release hoo


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