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This 2002 Halmatic USCG Pacific 32 Lifeboat is designed to go out in the worst of weather and is even capable of rolling over, and surviving the event. She features secure seating in the water tight cabin and the inflatable tubes offer increased stability. She is powered by reliable Yanmar 330hp six cylinder diesels with Hamilton waterjet propulsion providing worry free operation even in shallow water. The jet propulsion is even capable of being diverted to the bow - if a water cannon were mounted for firefighting. Once inside the cockpit - she features an array of electronics with redundancy. and a forced air vent system for some cooling. The chairs are the type that secures the passenger.
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|No. of engines:||2|
|Drive type:||Water jet|
|Length over all:||9.75m|
This Halmatic Pacific 32 has been on the hard for about a year, as the slip was no longer available where she was docked. The seller indicates all was in working order when parked on he hard. The inflatable toons are in need of repair or replacement, and there is some crazing on the cabin side windows.
Once inside the cockpit - she features an array of electronics with redundancy. and a forced air vent
system for some cooling. The chairs are the type that secures the passenger.
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