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Swede Ship build boats for safety´s sake. It is actually a good description of the products that leaves our shipyards. Our range comprises of various types of sea rescue, navy and coastguard boats. The mission for these vessels are to rescue people and provide safety. Each vessel wich is built at the shipyards in Djupvik or Hunnebostrand is a unique project.
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This weekend 23-25th of August, Hallberg-Rassy will be hosting the event Open Yard in Ellös on the island of Orust. Our new build, Rescue boat Mai Rassy will be on display. This is a 15m ( 50ft) Swedish rescuer – a brand new innovative vessel class and it is donated by the Rassy family, to the Swedish Rescue Society. We welcome you to take the opportunity to come on board and talk to us and/or the Swedish Sea Rescue on site .
See you there!
April 11th we delivered our 19th rescue vessel to Redningsselskapet, the Norwegian Rescue Society. This was the third vessel in the Idar Ulstein class. The vessel is 22 meters long, has a top speed of approximately 40 knots and is equipped with a towing winch, crane, IR camera, fire monitor pump and more. The boat is donated by Odd Fellow in Norway through a fund raising campaign.
Following the delivery is a comprehensive training program before the ship leaves for the name giving ceremony in Oslo and entering into service in the Norwegian waters.
We thank Redningsselskapet for your confidence in us and wish you the best of luck with your new ship!