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Customizable Boat: Fort Lauderdale
The Ocean Craft Marine 9.5M RHIB Professional Grade Search and Rescue is a 31'10 inflatable "no failure" craft. Powered as standard with twin Mercury Verado 350 HP outboards, these craft travel up to 65 knots and carry up to 15 PAX.
Incredibly dynamic, these RHIBs have a load capacity of 1.5 tons and can run in as little as 3.3 ft. The surface effect hull provides a stable and comfortable ride with the ability to maneuver high speed, tactical turns in rough sea conditions. These vessels are designed to perform safely in even the worst conditions.
Standard features include a red non-skid deck and hull, a military grade tube set in red, triple fendering rub rails, exterior and interior safety lines, molded rubber handles, a stainless steel transom strip, an anchor locker, three U bolts on bow and transom, four stainless steel heavy lifting points, aft athwartship bench seating, and a 12V marine electrical distribution system.
Optional features include a hull barrier coating and anti-fouling bottom paint, diver doors for easy deployment and recovery of divers and injured persons, molded diver notch handles topside and underneath, neoprene step treads, a custom name stenciled on tube set, a ballistic two-person console, a 90-gallon aluminum fuel tank, a Sunbrella console cover, a full boat protective cover, jockey-style straddle seats with grab handles and covers, an anchor and rode, a rescue basket, a black powder coated outboard motor guard, a black powder coated stainless steel aft A frame arch, heavy duty forward and aft tow posts, a triple bank battery charging system, two automatic bilge pumps, 12V DC receptacles, a signal horn, a Garmin 210 or 210i VHF radio, a VHF antenna and mounting base, a lighted compass, a Garmin infrared rear facing camera, a FLIR thermal camera, an aluminum stepped deck, and an aluminum protective bow encapsulation.
*Prices do not include freight costs.
**Base price listed.
We’re proud to showcase Ocean Craft Marine at all our Florida showrooms, including:
Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Sarasota, and Tampa Bay.