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Ambulance Boats

Ghana

Two TAG Marine 10m fibreglass Advanced Life Support ambulance boats, built in Cape Town and delivered to Ghana in 2016.
Note: the side opening door for stretcher patients, air-conditioning, heavy duty all-round fendering and safety rails on the foredeck. Emergency lights, siren, loudhailer, searchlight, navigation lights.
Fully fitted interior for ambulant and stretcher patients, doctors and paramedics.

Training in both for the crew in boat handling and maintenance and for the paramedics who would man the boats was included in the contract.

Principal Dimensions:

  • LOA : 10.00m
  • Beam: 3.50m
  • Crew and Paramedics: 4
  • Patients (stretchers): 2
  • Patients (sitting): 6
  • SAR: Emergency x 16pax (30pers. max)
  • Power: 2 x 250hp/187kW outboard engines
  • Speed (unladen): 42kts
  • Construction: GRP
  • Design: TAG Marine/Pacific Workboats cc

Kenya

Two Rescue Eagle 1-25 ambulance boats launched at Kisumu.
All welded aluminium construction. Power: twin 90hp/67kW Yamaha 4-stroke outboardengines.
Boats supplied and interior fully fitted out by Dutch Health BV with all ambulance/medical requisites.

Bangladesh

Six Rescue Eagle 1-25 ambulance boats supplied to Bangladesh by Dutch Health BV.
All welded aluminium construction. Power: twin 130hp/97kW Mercury inboard marine diesel engines linked to Bravo II sterndrives.

Venezuela

The exterior and interior of one of Dutch Health BVs Rescue Eagle ambulance boats built to very specific requirements for servicing Venezuelan offshore oil platforms.
All welded aluminium construction. Power: Single 130hp/97kW Volvo Penta inboard marine diesel engine with integral Volvo Penta sterndrives

All our ambulance boats may be supplied fully equipped with all medical and surgical requisites (from basic First-Aid to ICU); consumables, stretchers, full lighting, loud hailers, emergency lights and sirens, integral AC generators, and may be fitted additionally with air conditioning, satellite communication units and shore power connections. Training is offered both to the crew for the handling and maintenance of the ambulance boats and also for the paramedics who will man them.