Freedom 30 | Cape Coral, FL Fire Department
Silver Ships recently delivered a custom fire boat to the Cape Coral Fire Department in Florida. The Freedom 30 Fire Boat is a multi-mission vessel that will be used for fast response fire and rescue. The 30-ft long vessel features a 9-foot-11-inch beam, enclosed center console and twin DF350 Suzuki Outboards. The fire system features a Darley HE64 Hercules fire pump and a Task Force Tips fire monitor, as well as emergency lighting and sirens, allowing for quick and effective fire rescue. With patient transport capabilities and diver equipment storage, the Freedom 30 vessel is designed for dive response and emergency patient transport, making the vessel ideal for high-quality firefighting and rescue missions.
Freedom 26 | Quaker Springs Fire Department, Albany, NY
This Freedom 26 Delivered to the Quaker Springs Fire Department is designed to quickly respond to emergencies on the water and combat challenging water conditions. It features an enclosed center console and Suzuki DF250 outboard motor. It includes a removable dive door for dive operations and personnel recovery. This vessel also features a state-of-the-art Darely HE64 Hercules fire pump with TFT Tornado Monitor and a m332 FLIR thermal imaging device which make the vessel ideal for firefighting and search and rescue missions.
Explorer 32 | Danbury Fire Department
This 32-foot Explorer boat is optimally designed to embark on high-speed operations in the waters around the city of Danbury, including Candlewood Lake and its attached waterways. The intended uses for this vessel include dive support operations, vessel fire and other emergency response, patient/victim transport, and multi-agency search and rescue. The vessel features twin Suzuki DF250 250HP Four Stroke Outboards, a fire pump with an output of 1000GPM @250PSI, a bow gate and two dive doors, heavy-duty towing equipment, emergency lighting and siren, and more.
Endeavor 30 | League City Fire Department
This vessel is a 30-ft long Endeavor series with a 10-ft beam length. The vessel features Darley fire pumps and twin outboards for efficient emergency response. Silver Ships designed the vessel to be an all-hazards response boat that will fill a need in the Clear Lake and Bay area where marine fire rescue crafts have been scarce. The fire pumps allow the vessel to fight fires closer to shore and expand the type of rescue that League City Fire Department can provide.
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.
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.
Explorer 26 | Spotsylvania, VA Fire Department
This Explorer 26 fire rescue vessel was made for the Spotsylvania Fire Department in Virginia. The 26-foot boat has a landing craft style hull with power operated bow door, allowing for ATV deployment and other mission-specific operations bridging water and land. The vessel is powered by Twin Suzuki DF175AP, totaling 350HP and reaching top speeds of 37 kts or 43 mph. Additionally, the vessel features a Lowarance NavCom Package including GPS, sonar, chart-plotting and structure scan sonar; an FLIR M-324S infrared video camera; an Optimus 360 joystick; and other necessary communication technology to fit the crew’s mission needs. A fully enclosed pilothouse protects operators from the elements and allows for the crew to comfortably be on the water for long periods of time, if needed.
Ambar AM800 | Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Department Marine Emergency Team 21
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.
Explorer 22 | Webster, TX Fire Department
This 24-foot dive support boat was custom made for the Webster, Texas Fire Department. The vessel is a part of Silver Ships’ Explorer Series and is perfect for quick response on the water. Twin Honda 135HP outboard motors produce a maximum speed of over 30 knots, and it has a cruise speed of 25 knots. This allows for a quick response time and efficiency in emergency situations. This fire boat can accommodate a full crew and side-by-side ATV. It has an electric powered bow door with a 60-inch clearance, making the vehicle transition from water to land simple and seamless.
Endeavor 34 | Lake Ozark Fire Protection District
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.