By: MIASF Staff
Date posted: Sep 25, 2019 Wed
RMK Merrill-Stevens received South Florida’s largest yacht ship lift this summer. The new 2700 metric ton ship lift was delivered in August and gives RMKMS the capacity to haul yachts up to 235 feet long out of the water and perform in water service for vessels greater than 72 meters.
Advanced Mechanical Enterprises is proud to announce it recently hired Michael Hallman as Technical Manager. Michael brings two decades of naval engineering experience in the U.S. Coast Guard, as well as plant operations in the private sector.
The Aventura Police Department recently took delivery of a 29-foot custom built Fluid Watercraft rigid inflatable boat (RIB) to serve as a patrol boat for its active waterways. Located in Miami-Dade County along the Intracoastal, the City of Aventura has many miles of shoreline and canals. Residents will benefit from the additional patrol and rescue capability of the vessel. Built by Fort Lauderdale-based Sirocco Marine, the patrol boat was designed and customized to the specifics of the Aventura Police Department. Powered by twin Honda 225 horsepower outboard engines, the boat is capable of speeds up to 55 knots. The vacuum infused GRP hull construction is lightweight and strong, capable of the toughest jobs. Multi-compartment military grade Hypalon removable tubes make the vessel virtually unsinkable and resistant to UV light, extreme temperatures and abrasion. The console is equipped with Simrad electronics.