Builders deliver patrol boats to buyers

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SeaArk Marine recently delivered a 36-foot patrol boat to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police in Stevensville.

The 3612-V Dauntless Ram Class vessel is an addition to a similar SeaArk Dauntless patrol boat, and multiple Commander Ram Class patrol boats, that the DNR police previously ordered through a federal government program.

The vessel, Mattawoman, is tasked with patrolling Chesapeake Bay, the Potomac River and surrounding estuaries within the jurisdiction of the Maryland department.

In related news, Medina International Holdings completed the delivery of a Firehawk 2426 fire rescue boat to the Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Fire Department through Harbor Guard Boats, its wholly owned subsidiary.

“We are very pleased to have completed the delivery,” CEO Daniel Medina said in a statement. “This boat will be used for fire suppression, dive and rescue purposes on the Hudson River.”

The Firehawk is the third to be delivered to the New York capital region.

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