Endeavor 34 | Lake Ozark Fire Protection District
34-foot Endeavor fire rescue vessel features Triple Mercury Verado 350HP outboards with response speeds more than 45 MPH. Includes a Duramax Marine Diesel powering a Hale of 80FC pump and a Class 1 Total Pressure Governor Pump engine control system to ensure a fast and efficient response rate. The fireboat includes a Forward 1250 GPM Monsoon Monitor on quick release along with a roof mounted remote controlled 2000 GPM Monsoon Monitor. Garmin technology is installed and a FLIR M324S provides visibility to assist in locating persons in the water in low light conditions. Two side doors allow persons to be recovered from either port or standard side. Two patient transport benches are stationed in the cabin with ample storage for EMS equipment.
Explorer 32 | Detroit Fire Department
This 32-foot fire rescue landing craft style vessel is powered by twin Mercury Four Stroke motors, totaling 350HP. To best equip the vessel for its fire rescue mission, a Darley LSDE1000 fire pump delivers 1000 GPM @150 psi and it also uses an Elkhart Brass Copperhead 8593-0X manual fire monitor. Two clear opening dive doors are mounted on each side of the vessel, and a fully enclosed pilothouse protects operators from the elements and allows for the crew to be comfortable on the water for long periods of time if needed. Plus, a ¼” hull plate with beaching plate double protects the vessel from icy water.
Endeavor 30 | Bayport Fire Department
30-foot fire rescue vessel is built for crew and patient comfort. It features a large cabin with seating for eight, a patient bench and ample storage. This efficient fire boat includes twin outboards, Darley fire pumps, task Force Tips monitor and valve, a bow door, patient passthrough, two fold-down recovery doors in the aft cockpit and a fire monitor on the bow.
Ambar AM800 | Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Department Marine Emergency Team 21
32-foot AM800 RHIB fire rescue vessel features twin 250 horsepower Evinrude G2 outboard engines allow the boat to reach speeds of 51 MPH. An on-board Darley fire pump can flow near 700 gallons of water per minute. The boat can transport up to six patients at a time, including two spinal immobilized patients. Marine Unit 217 is also prepared for search and rescue missions with fully integrated Raymarine UAV drone piloting, and includes Ullman Seats and Viconic boat matting for impact mitigation on the water.
Freedom 26 | Matlacha/Pine Island Fire Control District
26-foot vessel is equipped with a single Suzuki 300 HP motor and a Darley HE64 Hercules fire pump that is capable of up to 575 GPM flow and twin power poles for anchoring the boat in the shallow waters of Pine Island Sound while operating the fire pump. It also includes a Bob’s Machine Shop jackplate (to assist in shallow water operation), enclosed T-top with windshield and side windows to protect from the elements, full emergency lighting and a siren system. It includes storage for a stokes basket, a removable dive door with enough room to accommodate a patient on a stokes, and enough stern deck space for an EMT officer and the patient. For search and rescue, a Garmin navigation electronics package includes two 12-inch multifunction displays and an integrated FLIR thermal camera.
Explorer 32 | Jefferson Township Fire Department
28-foot fire rescue vessel features a Darley PSDE1500 Direct Mount Fire Pump which allows for 1500 gallons of water to be pumped per minute, and a PumpBoss controller monitors the intake as well as discharge pressure. It includes a Twin Display Garmin electronics package with radar and marine VHF, and is equipped with the Whelen Law Enforcement lighting package. Additionally, the boat’s hydraulic actuated folding mast provides the ability to easily pass low clearance areas while putting off minimal impact to personnel. Twin Mercury Verado 250 HP outboards add high speed capabilities.
Ambar AM1100 | Eglin Air Force Base
36-foot RHIB for ocean rescue and firefighting missions. It includes an enhanced center console model that features Silver Ships’ specially designed console with a front windscreen and additional bolster seating. Twin Mercury Verado 300 HP outboard motors allow the vessel to reach speeds up to 43 knots. A Darley 575 GPM Hercules 64HP fire pump package featuring two nozzles is a unique addition to this vessel, and shock-mitigating SHOX seating and Viconic decking allows for maximum crew comfort and injury prevention. A robust navigation and communication system includes a Furuno navigation package with GPS, radar and gyroscope.