Silver Ships Inc

Theodore,  AL 
United States
https://www.silverships.com/
  • Booth: 9441


Welcome to Silver Ships, the fire/rescue boat experts!

Silver Ships fire rescue boats are manufactured with the individual department in mind. Each boat is designed and constructed to accommodate individual fire-fighting systems and specific fire and rescue missions. Our mission-specific fire boats are built up to 65 feet in length, for use in both fresh and salt water and with the capability to transport crew and patients safely. Vessels built for fire/rescue.

Brands: fire boats, Silver Ships, fire rescue vessels, bow gate, open and enclosed center console, patient transport, dive cut outs, Darley Fire Pumps, Task Force Tips, Garmin, Suzuki Marine, Mercury Marine


 Products

  • Explorer 32 Fire Rescue Boat
    Silver Ships recently delivered a custom fireboat to the Danbury Fire Department. The 32-foot Explorer boat is optimally designed to embark on high speed operations in the waters around the city of Danbury, CT....

  • Silver Ships recently delivered a custom fireboat to the Danbury Fire Department in Danbury, Connecticut. The 32-foot Explorer boat is optimally designed to embark on high speed operations in the waters around the city of Danbury, including Candlewood Lake and its attached waterways.

    Featuring twin Suzuki DF300B Duo Prop Outboards, the vessel reaches a top speed of 37 knots with various hull design additions, for any mission-specific need. Fully enclosed, walkaround cabin protects crew members from extreme weather conditions, and is equipped with flood lights, search lights, emergency lighting and siren.

    Fire pump with output of 1000GPM @250PSI, Raymarine Axiom Multi-Function Displays and Radar Dome, multi-use lighting, top-of-the-line navigation, electronics and communication equipment and more.

    Uses of the 32-foot Explorer include dive support operations, vessel fire, patient/victim transport and multi-agency search and rescue. Featuring twin Suzuki DF300B Duo Prop Outboards, the vessel reaches a top speed of 37 knots with various hull design additions.

  • Endeavor 34 Fire Rescue Boat
    Silver Ships recently delivered a custom fireboat to the Lake Ozark Fire Department. The Fireboat's 34-foot frame is the perfect size for patrolling the Lake of the Ozarks.


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  • Silver Ships recently delivered a custom fireboat to the great Lake of the Ozarks community in central Missouri. The fireboat's 34-foot frame is designed for patrolling the Lake of the Ozarks and providing the community with fire suppression support, EMS services and rescue from hazardous conditions. 

    Featured on the vessel are Triple Mercury Verado 350 HP outboards to provide efficient cruise and response speeds in excess of 45 MPH. It also sports a Duramax Marine Diesel powering a Hale of 80FC pump and a Class 1 Total Pressure Governor Pump engine control system to ensure fast and efficient response rate. 

    The fireboat includes a Forward 1250 GPM Monsoon Monitor on quick release that can be swapped out with a 5" Storz connection for supply and two Forward 2.5" Connections, along with a roof mounted remote controlled 2000 GPM Monsoon Monitor. In addition, there are two aft 2.5" Connections. Technology is up to date on this vessel with two Garmin GPSMP7612 displays, a Garmin 18 XHD radar and a Garmin GC 10 Standard Image Marine Camera. A FLIR M324S provides visibility to assist in locating persons in the water in low light conditions. 

    Its dedicated EMS features allow both ramp and patient pass through in the forward side of the cabin and can load persons from a beach or pier. Large enough to allow passage of a stokes basket, two side doors allow persons to be recovered from either port or standard side. Two patient transport benches are stationed in the cabin with ample storage for EMS equipment. 

  • Ambar 1100 Fire Rescue Boat
    Silver Ships recently delivered an Ambar 1100 fire rescue boat to Eglin Air Force Base. The Ambar 1100, a tried and tested ocean going RHIB, will assist in fire rescue missions....

  • Silver Ships recently delivered a first-of-its-kind fire rescue boat to Eglin Air Force Base. The Ambar 1100 (AM1100), a tried and tested ocean going RHIB, will assist in fire rescue missions. This vessel is the first of its kind, as this is the first Ambar 11-meter firefighting RHIB Silver Ships has built -- similar fire rescue builds have been smaller, at 8 meters in length. 

    With twin Mercury Verado 300 HP outboard motors, the 36-foot-long vessel has the ability to travel quickly, reaching top speeds of 41 knots. In addition, the vessel features a Darley 575 GPM Hercules 64HP fire pump package to best equip the vessel for its fire rescue mission. It features dual monitors on the bow that will allow for two operators to attack a fire stimultaneously. 

    Designed to exacting military specifications, the boat was built to support search and rescue and firefighting capability that was not available in the current fleet. The boat has an updated hull design for better forward visibility, including custom tapered collar system from WING. Aft deck space also allows two injuries or casualties on stretchers to be safely carried to shore. 

    The AM1100 features shock-mitigating SHOX seating and Viconic decking for maximum comfort and injury prevention during high speed missions. Additionally, the vessel contains a robust navigation and communication system including a Furuno navigation package with GPS, radar and gyroscope. It includes an enhance center console model that features Silver Ships' specially designed console with front windscreen and additional bolster seating. 


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