SOLD - Patrol  Boat

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Price: U.S. $ 1,200,000.00


  Feet Meters
Length 45 13.5
Breadth 14 4.24
Air Draft    
Draft 1.5 .58
Speed 40 Knots/20 Knots Cruise
Fuel Consumption  



Flag Not Flagged
Year Built New Construction
Displacement 23,400 Lbs/10,636 Kilos
Location Eastern Canada


Construction Material Kevlar Tri-hull 10 Year Warrantee on Hull



Main Engines

2 - 340 HP Peninsular Diesel
Generator 25 KVA
Bollard Pull  
Water Capacity  
Fuel Capacity  


High Speed Patrol Vessel Preliminary Specification


        Patented Reflex Tri-Hull design.
        Twin outer sponsons, ride making and wave piercing centre hull.
        Advanced composite construction using Kevlar fabrics & hi-performance resins.
Littoral shallow draft design, fuel efficient and high stability.


        Each piece constructed using Kevlar/Glass hybrid fabric, vacuum bagged coring in iso polyester resins.
        Gelcoat or similar barrier coat to hull and deck.
        Positive floatation hull buoyancy chambers and watertight bulkheads.
        Heavy-duty horizontal and vertical rub/chaffing/fendering rails as required.
        Craft constructed to meet or exceed Transport Canada Marine Safety Regulations TP 1332 (Construction Standards for Small Vessels.)


          Long lasting non-skid surface on all horizontal deck surfaces

          Non-skid surface to all access and storage hatches.

        Heavy-duty stainless steel mooring cleats.

        Stainless steel bow chocks and fairleads.

        Anchor Windlass.

        Stainless steel flag pole socket.

        Moulded storage lockers with sealed gaskets.

        Assorted grab rails.

        Moulded access door to rear swim platform

        Stainless steel handrails around ship with forward pulpit. 

        Powder coated alloy radar-bridge over wheelhouse.

        Assorted seawater deck drains           

        Rear swim platform.

        Stairs for divers to easily access the water and re-board.


         Stateroom accommodation with up to 6 berths, vanity, closets and seating.
        One Captain’s stateroom with 1 berth, vanity, closet and seating at wheelhouse.             
      One mess area with table, seating, lockers, shelving & area for TV, CD, & PC.
       One main bathroom with shower, toilet and washbasin.
       Full galley with fridge, freezer, stove, microwave oven, sink with shelves and drawers.
       Laundry area with washing machine and dryer. Shelves and storage lockers.


         Open-plan wheelhouse with all round visibility and adequate counter tops.

        Aluminum framed windshield and side windows.

        Aft seating area for observers.

        Captain style seating for helmsman and crew.

        Hydraulic steering system (with manual back-up) and marine wheel at console.

        Angle dashboard for easy reading of instruments.

        Full engine instrument cluster per engine.

        Master kill switch.

        Clear-view screen in windshield at helmsman’s position.

        Windshield wiper to forward windows.

        Marine autopilot.

        Electronic compass.

        Chart table with shelving for books, drawers for maps and a map light.

        Radar. (One in wheelhouse.)


        Labelled switch panels for AC/DC internal & external lighting with transparent covers.

        Wind speed indicators.

        Marine air horn.


         2 @ 340 hp GM Peninsular turbo diesels. (One in each sponson)

        2 Konrad outdrives.

        Composite jackshaft to between main engines and drives.


         200 gallons of fuel in 2 stainless steel tanks adjacent to engines.

        Flush mounted fuel hatch with access to fuel shut-off.

        Bronze fuel valves, marked fillers and vents, separators, etc.

        50-gallon fresh water tank with deck filler.

        Deck shower with electric suction pump.

        Automatic heavy-duty electrical bilge-pump system.

        Manual back-up bilge pumps.




        220 V 50 hertz ships electrical system.

        220-110V switchable shore power system, socket and 50ft cable.

        100 hp Marine generator to centre hull.

        AD and DC lighting throughout the ship.

        Heavy-duty electric windshield wipers. (See above)

        Separate battery boxes engine and ship’s batteries.

        2 Marine batteries for ships system.

        2 Marine batteries for engine start system.

        Battery charging from engine alternators, shore power.

        Main breaker panel.

        Coast guard approved Nav. Lights

        Courtesy lighting.

        Cockpit lighting.

        Electrical grounding system.

        Sacrificial anodes as required.



         Mooring lines.

        Anchor, galvanized anchor rode and nylon line.

        2 boat hooks.

        4 fenders 


        Marine grade AM/FM radio, CD player and speakers (installed)

        Assorted spotlights

        Deck safety line system.

        Assorted NAV packs – (VHF, depth sounder, compass)

        GPS, Night vision, equipment.

        Communication equipment.

        Assorted towing, mooring and heaving lines.

        Beaching chaff strips to hull bottoms.

        Assorted safety equipment as specified.

        16,000 BTU central air conditioning system to all cabins, and steering space.

        Advanced fire-fighting system throughout ship with fire and smoke detectors.

        120 Used oil tank with deck suction system

        Automatic de-sanitization system with replaceable filters.

        VHF Radio for communication.


        Measuring device.

        Instruments to measure external air and seawater temperature.

        Loudspeaker system with microphones.



  1. This specification is a suggested list of items to be reviewed and modified to suit customer requirements.
  1. All items proposed and listed can be met and supplied by the builder however the builder must approve the final specification with customer changes.
  1. Kevlar is a registered trademark of E.I.DuPont de nemours Inc.
  1. Reflex and RAM are registered trademarks of Reflex Advanced Marine Corp.
  1. The Reflex tri-hull design and manufacturing system is Patented in the United States and pending in Canada.
  1. The craft will be supplied with full operational manuals, individual manuals for each item fitted or supplied including warrantees.

  Date Issued: June 15, 2004






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