Rescue boat SWR-090 FRC
inboard waterjetdieselaluminum

rescue boat
rescue boat
rescue boat
rescue boat
rescue boat
rescue boat
rescue boat
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rescue boat
Motor type
inboard waterjet, diesel
Other characteristics
self-righting, open boat

9.45 m (31'00")

Passenger capacity

12 unit


SWR-090 is a 9,5m multi-purpose, heavy-duty, high-speed planning boat for operation in costal sea areas, in open sea as a daughtercraft and in lakes and rivers in almost any climate zone. The characteristics, listed below, let it fully comply with the Search and Rescue operations as a Fast Rescue Craft: - top speed 30 knots; - water-jet propulsion, diesel inboard; - excellent sea-keeping ability of the hull; - as max. as possible effective deck for equipment, seating, cargo etc.; - 4x lifting points (for launching the boat with slings); - detachable quick release hook system with remote control handle H.Henriksen (1 or 2 points); - full set of radio-navigation equipment installed (including radar, thermo-camera, AIS, etc.); - rigid fenders of different types available for contact berthing to other boats/ships; - safety rail system around the deck for safe rescue operations; - electrically operated aft rescue/divers platform; - dry-break coupling fuel filling system with adapters (no leakage, quick refueling with high flow speed); - special systems for self-righting and self-righting bags; - many other features, which can be found in Product Sheet. GENERAL Hull material: Marine grade aluminum alloys Functionality: Multi-purpose high-speed SAR vessel Self-righting: Yes Propulsion: turbo-diesel with waterjet/surface drive DIMENSIONS Length overall 9.45 m Beam overall 3.2 m Draught max 0.5 m People on board 12 pax.


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