SeaArk Marine sells boats to Haitian government

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Monticello, Ark.-based SeaArk Marine recently completed two boats of a five-boat contract for the Haitian Coast Guard.

The boats were purchased through the Global Peace and Security Fund, administered by the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade through the Canadian Commercial Corp.

The boats will be used for law enforcement, disaster relief and securing Haiti’s borders and territorial waters.

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4 comments on “SeaArk Marine sells boats to Haitian government

  1. dave boso

     I suppose the factory sold them direct? Is there not a Seaark dealer close like in FL.  That’s what I love about boat factorys they will cut their own dealers throat in a heartbeat.

  2. US NAVY

    What does it matter if the Haitian Government want to buy these boats. You should be happy they want them. The US NAVY has them you dont see them complaining about who has this boat. Alot of countries have these boats. Be proud that SEAARK make a fine Boat.

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