SEA RESCUE

14m Guardian Dive Daughter Craft

Definition: 

Search and rescue is carried out at sea to save sailors and passengers in distress, or the survivors of downed aircraft. The type of agency which carries out maritime search and rescue varies by country; it may variously be the coast guard, navy or voluntary organizations.

FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS

PARTICULARS

Aluminium Hull at a Length (Moulded) of 14m
LOA: 12.9m
Beam: 3.5m
Displacement: 9.5tons (Full Load)
Draft: 0.69m
Certified to: MCA 2

SAFETY

Single point D Lifting
Full support for three divers

PERFORMANCE

Max Speed: 48 knots
Cruise Speed: 30 knots
Range DIESEL: #00nm @ 30 knots (10% Rsrve)
Range PETROL: 225 nm @ 30 knots (10% Rsrve)

CAPACITIES

Fuel: 1 000L
Seats: Up to 14 Jockey Seats

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION

GPS
Magnetic Compass
VHF with DSC
Radar

OPTIONAL
EXTRAS

Suspension seats
David Clark intercom system
Law enforcement strobe
Trailer
Dive bottle storage
Flircamera
Humphree dynamic stability system
AIS
Removable bimini
Fresh water washdown
Searchlights
Hyperspike HD-14 acoustic hailer
Ballistic protection

PROPULSION

Engine options: 3x CXO300hp COX Diesel Outboards
3x CXO300hp Mercury Verado Outboards

SOME OF OUR SEA RESCUE CONCEPTS

14m FAST RESCUE BOAT

Definition

A rescue lifeboat is a boat rescue craft which is used to attend a vessel in distress, or its survivors, to rescue crew and passengers. It can be hand pulled, sail powered or powered by an engine. Lifeboats may be rigid, inflatable or rigid-inflatable combination hulled vessels.

80m Support Vessel

Definition

A platform supply vessel is a ship specially designed to supply offshore oil and gas platforms. These ships range from 50 to 100 meters in length and accomplish a variety of tasks. They belong to the broad category of offshore vessels that include platform supply vessels, crane vessels and well stimulation vessels, anchor handling tug supply vessels  and Offshore construction vessels.

24m DIVE SURVEY VESSEL

Definition

A dive boat is a boat that recreational divers or professional scuba divers use to reach a dive site which they could not conveniently reach by swimming from the shore. Deployment of divers may be while moored, at anchor, or under way, (also known as live-boating or live-boat diving). A diving support vessel, as the name suggests is a vessel that is used for the objective of diving into oceans.

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