03-12-2015, 12:30 AM #1
Videos: Introducing The Yamaha-Powered Rescue Runner
Last April, The Watercraft Journal was proud to announce the addition of the SAR (Search and Rescue) runabout to their selection of Commercial and Government vehicles. Based off of the successful GTI platform, the SAR is a capable and reliable resource for search and rescue operators across the globe. We’ve personally seen the SAR in action and applaud the purpose-built execution of the craft…but only today did we learn that the SAR is not alone.
Although not a factory-built Yamaha, rather merely employing the use of already tried-and-true Yamaha components; the boat builder Safe at Sea out of Kungälv, Sweden, designed, assembles and sells the RescueRunner. Built out of tragic loss of six crew members of the Swedish Armed Forces SuperPuma rescue helicopter H99 that crashed in 2003, the RescueRunner was designed to perform waterborne lifesaving techniques capable of saving those original six crew members.
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