The Class 300 Rescue Boats, Allweather and self-righting vessels, are designed for the Maritime rescue service (SAR) and are able to operate individually or simultaneously with airplanes, helicopters or other aircrafts, even in adverse weather and sea conditions. With a standard crew of 4 members, they can save up to 100 survivors on board and provide first aid, by means of rescue life rafts, up to 210 persons. They are equipped with modern telecommunication, navigation and discovery devices and with some special equipments, such as a perimetrical fender, highly resistant to impacts and abrasions, which besides providing an enormous buoyancy reserve, it allows the approach to any vessel even in adverse sea conditions.
|Classification||R.I.Na. MIL Certificated C (Maltese Cross) Rescue and Maritime Police, Special Navigation|
|Displacement||approx. 30,500 tons|
|Main engines||n° 2 MAN D 2842 LE 410 809Kw (1100Hp) @ 2100rpm|
|Water Jets||n° 2 Ka.Me.Wa Rolls Royce mod. FF 550|
|Generators||Kholer 20 EFZD 20Kw 230V|
|Maximum speed||30 knots full loaded|
|Fuel oil capacity||6.200 litres|