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Safehaven Marine has signed a contract with the Port Authority of Montrose


published on 29 July 2021 289 -

Photos by Safehaven Marine

Safehaven Marine has signed a contract with the Port Authority of Montrose on the east coast of Scotland for the delivery of a 15m pilot boat Interceptor 48, scheduled for delivery in August 2022.

Equipped with two 500 hp MAN engines that meet IMO TIER III standards, this will be our 54th pilot boat delivered worldwide.

Currently Safehaven has six pilot boats 48 under construction.
The second Waterford, Sines and Cromarty Firth Pilot Boats 48 are under construction at the main factory, as well as the Faroe Islands Interceptor 48, which is due to be launched next week (see photo).

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