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Hamburg Police Receive New ProZero Boat

Photo: Tuco Marine Group

Posted Michelle Howard

Tuco Marine Group closed a deal for new ProZero 8m Center Console Interceptor with Hamburg Police Special Forces.

The 8m ProZero CC Interceptor is the short-length successor to the 12m ProZero Interceptor. The 8m Center Console offers a non-stepped, variable deep V-bottom hull featuring a fine forward entry, a flared bow, wide chines and lifting strakes/spray rails.

Itr is constructed from carbon fiber composites to yield a low total weight, high performance, fuel efficiency and extended range. The ProZero boats are capable of reaching speeds in excess of 40 knots under full loading conditions. This is also true for the new Interceptor, which is sized and carefully equipped for high-speed security and patrol missions in coastal and offshore waters.

May 15, 2019

 

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