Technical data

Overall Length
Length Hull
Breadth Extreme
Breadth Hull
Weight Empty
Davit Load
Max Speed From–To
Fuel tank capacity
Approved Lifting

Engine & Propulsion

Engine Standard
Volvo Penta D3
Engine Alternative
Single or Twin engine installation
Propulsion Standard
Stern Drive
Propulsion Alternative
Single or Twin installation. Outboard, Waterjet, Duo-prop


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Alusafe 900 MKII Patrol is a Fast Rescue Craft (FRC) with a hull of marine aluminium specially designed for service in the Patrol business and other demanding environments.
The Alusafe 900 MKII Patrol is one of the largest open models in our range. This size is especially ideal for working with a large crew and in adverse weather conditions. The well-known and fully planning hull design has proved to be very efficient when it counts. Almost no weather can stop it. The design is suitable for high-speed ahead and has high manoeuvrability going astern. The V-bottom design also gives easy motion when stationary in a critical operation.
The cockpit is made of Aluminium and provides seating for a crew of two, side by side and one at centre aft. The pilot chairs are of make Ullman, type fully dampered chairs. The cockpit gives great protection for the crew, and the pilot has a good view of all the instruments as well as forward. The sight is also excellent on both sides and aft wards. The copilot also has easy access to all instruments and navigation and communication devices fitted to the console.
Alusafe 900 MKII Patrol is designed to meet the strictest requirements and is tested in extreme conditions in the offshore segment. The hull is divided into separate watertight compartments and is therefore unsinkable. This type of boat is normally individually specified and can be delivered with machinery installation and equipment according to the customer’s requirements.
Also available with double-outboard engines.

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