- Aluminum Mono hull HRIB Design
- LOA – 17’ 10”
- Beam – 7’ 10”
- Estimated weight: 1,850 lbs. Half load
- Engine Controls & Steering System
- All controls, instruments, gauges and switches are mounted to be easily operated and observed from the normal pilot’s operating position.
- Hydraulic steering system
- Top mount binnacle engine controls
- Ignition stop
- Engine Instruments:
- Manufacturer recommended.
- Four points pick system (optional)
- Aluminum bow towing eye
- Two transom tie down eyes
- Closeable deck drains (elephant scuppers)
- 6 welded aluminum cleats
- Electronics: Quoted as options
- Paint systems: Quoted as options
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The 18 Extreme Reliance Vessel Support Boats are special service craft designed and built to meet the challenging requirements of V.S.B./S.A.R./Patrol Boats supporting the military, first responder and commercial needs.
- 6’6”Bottom Width
- 1,850lbsDry Weight
Air / Foam Hybrid Collars
- Wing Inflatable Foam Hybrid Collars combine the toughness and durability of a polyurethane sheath and the pneumatic shock absorption of an air bladder.
- A 100% coated polyurethane sheath with a denier rating of over 4,000 yields four times the abrasion resistance, and two and a half times the tear resistance, of Hypalon and neoprene fabrics.
- The Polyurethane sheath is of thermo-welded construction with all seams fully taped both inside and outside.
- The Foam structure is Dow 2.2 ethafoam which is dense, closed cell, resilient and shock absorbing.
- The air bladder is polyurethane with thermo-welded construction and all seams are fully taped both inside and outside
- 8” Heavy duty gray rub guards
- Tec Thane abrasion resistant coating on all bottom areas below guards
- Optional 5/8” continuous safety lines
Equipment / Upgrades
- Single or twin outboard up to total 230 HP
- 36 or 22 inch console with stowage. Optional windscreen
- Below deck fuel cell 40 gal
- Tank to be hydrostatically tested to U.S.C.G. standards for passenger carrying boats under the “T” Boat Classification system.