THE FLOATING FORTRESS™ Mission Marine 21' Built for Law Enforcement and Military | Hand-crafted by certified welders | Aluminum Catamaran
Imagine the Safety, Stability, Maneuverability, Quality, Reliability
Mission 21: 21' x 8'6
THIS IS FOR THE GUY WITH A LITTLE BIT OF EDGE.
It's not a SeaRay.
It's not a Hinckley .
You will not see yourself coming and going.
It's not for everyone.
People will be drawn to you when you dock.
You will be unique.
Your family will feel more protected.
Designed and Built for Law Enforcement.
Heavy-duty. Tough. Rugged.
Out of this world stability and ride - have to experience to believe.
Hand-crafted by certified welders.
Simply an unbelievable boat.
This is an once-in-a-lifetime deal available to both civilians and government.Available only on this one Mission21' boat.
WHAT LAW ENFORCEMENT SAYS …
þ"An officer is only as effective as his vessel; that's why I only recommend Mission Marine." - Mickey Brelsford, Retired Lieutenant, Miami-Dade Police Department, Marine Patrol, 30 year career serving from 1974 to 2004.
þMission Marine has designed and built the best law enforcement and port security boat on the market. It is in a class of its own.
Its stability and calm yields an incredible ride, reduces crew fatigue, reduces stress on survivors, improves weapons handling conditions, and allows for incredible maneuverability. Mission Marine vessels provide, for its size class, an incredible amount of space to carry equipment, personnel, survivors, and medical supplies. If your people are important, if the mission is critical, if multi-purpose missions is what you do – then a Mission Marine vessel is what you need. Give your crew the very best tool to protect and serve. You have to experience this ultimate law enforcement vessel to believe there is a boat with its capabilities. Because there is nothing on the market like it … nothing even close. - Art Serig, Retired SGT, Miami Police Department, 31 year career serving from 1974 to 2004.
þ“What I like best about our Mission Marine vessel is its stability. It is stable even in rough seas and is amazing in handling a following sea – in wave heights of 8’ - 12’ . The Virgin Islands are surrounded by deep ocean waters that have enormous depths – these deep waters cause tremendous swells. We have had to perform in these extremely rough seas, in rough water SAR missions where we actually go toward the wave. The Mission Marine vessel handled the rough water well … with minimal pounding, an unbelievable turning radius, and no interruption whatsoever when handling the vessel at quick maneuvers. The Mission Marine cat design really reduces the fatigue factor for officers on board. The vessel has a truly multi-mission platform. We do just about everything from law enforcement, SAR, to transporting dignitaries in the boat. The boat is comfortable inside and outside. The bow is so high up that waves are thrown away from the vessel when riding. There is no getting wet in the vessel even when outside the cabin. It has everything we need, and the engines are extremely quiet for night operations. It’s just an all-around great vessel. Everyone taken out on the boat is amazed by its performance. I rate it a 10 on the Richter scale.” – Deputy Carlos Farchette, Department of Planning and Natural Resources, St. Croix , Virgin Islands
The Biggest 21' around, most workable space!
LARGE WORKING SPACE, NON-SKID DECK, FULL-WALK AROUND, HIGH GUNNELS AND BOWS
All photos of the featured Mission 21'.
HEAVY-DUTY STEP DOWN BOW, NON-SKID
hand-crafted by certified welders
All photos of the featured Mission 21'.
BOW RAILS, MOUNTED TO THE GUNNEL.
This featured Mission 21' has two 48" bow rails
HEAVY-DUTY T-TOP and LEANING POST
(hand-crafted by certified welders) Custom-made FRONT ENCLOSURE
All photos of the featured Mission 21'.
HEAVY-DUTY ALUMINUM BINNACLE
hand-crafted by certified welders Mission Marineallows for future expansion as well as retro-fitting non-current electronics without complete dash alteration.
The Mission Marine boat provides sufficient dash space for all electronics to be installed, not requiring an overhead electronics suite, and it's all mounted in removable panels for ease of maintenance. Room to work! On the Mission Marine dashboard - there is room for a laptop and all the switches are visible.
PATENTED ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT FENDERING SYSTEM Note: Some of the photos in this section are not of the featured Mission 21' and are used here for illustrative purposes only.
Collars and fenders are designed to protect the boat and other boats against impact damage. Should your boat's collar become damaged or ripped away from the boat half way down the gunnel, will the boat still effectively operate and perform its mission? Furthermore, can it easily be repaired and replaced using readily available fenders commonly found at marine supply stores? Is your boat collar fully adjustable to height, does it match the mission's need, is it completely removable, and can it be moved inboard at a moment's notice?
HEAVY-DUTY SIDE DOOR
Bolted down. S/S hinges and latch; swing it open, lock it, and you're done!
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Ease of Service & Maintenance the Mission Marine boat pictures below are not of the featured 21 for sale and are only used here for illustrative purposes.
use 21' pictures
Because of great space below and behind the binnacle and in the lazeretts, electronics, engine controls, and gauges can all be easily serviced and changed out. Oftentimes electronic failures are due to poor connections due to lack of tie-up locations. Notice in the picture that all the electrical wiring is zip-tied to aluminum carrier rods to minimize vibration, pulling, etc. This helps to yield long life.
MissionMarine 21’Aluminum Catamaran.
NEW 115 HP Twin Mercury Engines.
This boat retails at $130,000
Special pricing: $69,000
LOTS OF SPACE.
WALKAROUND CAPABILITY - The larger beam of the Mission gives you more room and allows you to be protected from rougher sea conditions by having the gunnel around you rather than forcing you up above the gunnel on an elevated deck. This gives the crew more security and safety.
TECHNOLOGY. Mission Marine design draws on one of U.S. Patents Office latest approvals, Patent No.: 6,394,014. And yet, as new as the technology is, the methods of construction are tried and true.
STRENGTH AND BALANCE. Complex, advanced catamaran hull design yields extraordinary strength and balance, significantly improving stability and ride.
AMAZING STABILITY. Amazing, Amazing Stability …
RIDE. A significant improvement in ride that results in an extraordinary reduction and minimization of impact and rocking motion while on the run out or at station. This results in reduced crew fatigue.
RELIABLE. Missions are engineered to provide long-term service.
EASE OF MAINTENANCE. As all machines eventually need service, we have already designed Missions for ease of service and maintenance.
One of the many advantages of Mission 's hull design is the ability to get on plane and run with a single engine. Click here for picture.
EXCEPTIONAL MANEUVERABILITY. Mission Marine has a greater distance between twin engines; this offers a profound mechanical advantage resulting in exceptional maneuverability and boat control.
FLEXIBILITY. You have the ability to mount controls, switches, cleats, handrails, etc. in more places without having to look for wood or something strong to attach to.
Mission Marineallows for future expansion as well as retro-fitting non-current electronics without complete dash alteration. The Mission Marine boat provides sufficient dash space for all electronics to be installed, not requiring an overhead electronics suite, and it's all mounted in removable panels for ease of maintenance. Room to work! On the Mission Marine dashboard - there is room for a laptop and all the switches are visible.
EQUIPMENT LISTING Biggest 21' around, most workable space
Floating Fortress TM Foundations
MISSION 21:21' Long x 8'6" Beam
• ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY - Mission Marine design draws on one of U.S. Patents Office latest approvals, Patent No.: 6,394,014, and yet Mission Marine methodology implementation is tried and true
• Mission Vessels use American Boat & Yacht Council, United States Coast Guard, American Bureau of Shipping Standards
•HULL, Constructed from 5083 and/or 5086 Marine Aluminum Plate Welded Into One Single Unit From Bow To Stern with Reinforced Plate Transom
• ENGINE BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
• ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
• LIGHTS, Navigation
• CLEATS, (6)
• SCUPPER DOORS
• FUEL SYSTEM
• ZINC MOUNT With Zincs
Weather Protection Options
T-TOP FRONT ENCLOSURE
MERCURY 115 HP, EFI, 4-Stroke
PRE-RIG FOR DUAL ENGINES (Includes 2 Fuel Gauges)
ENGINE INSTALLATION AND TEST, Dual
ENGINE, Mercury, 115 HP
PROPELLERS, Mercury, Stainless Steel
EMERGENCY ENGINE CUTOFF, Lanyard Stop Switch
FUEL FILTER/WATER SEPARATOR for Dual Engine System
Heavy Duty Exterior Equipment Options
4-Step SWING LADDER, 48" with special transom railing and aluminum fabricated mount
CLEAT, Heavy-Duty, 10", Through-Bolted With Doublers & Nylock Nuts (in addition to 6 Standard Cleats for a total of 8 cleats on the boat)
FENDER SYSTEM, Height Adjustable
SIDE DOOR, Bolted down, S/S hinges and latches, swing open and lock it and you're done!
NON-SKID, Engine Brackets
BOW RAILS, Low Profile, 48", Gunnel Mounted
HANDRAILS, 24", on sides of Binnacle
Paint, Lettering, and Labeling Options
UPPER PAINT, White
STAY ABOARD BOX for owners manual and equipment manuals
RETAIL PRICE FOR THIS NEW BOAT
F.O.B. Sandusky, Ohio, USA.. Sold "AS IS, WHERE IS."
An aluminum vessel has greater inherent value that is real.
Upfront costs for a fiberglass boat will almost always be cheaper than for a comparable aluminum craft. But when the costs of routine maintenance--leaks, cracks, and problems stemming from structural fatigue in fiberglass--are factored in, aluminum becomes the clear choice.
Other Disadvantages of Fiberglass
Poor quality repairs are often masked by a shiny high-gloss finish.
Hard to adapt the boat, at any time in the future, to receive equipment that may not have existed at the time you ordered and configured your boat ... hard to make configuration changes at all.
Hard to find a place to bolt equipment.
The USCG, the world's navies, workboat professionals, and motor yachts are some of those who choose aluminum for their vessels.
Aluminum is a high strength-low weight material
Strength is important at sea, and aluminum delivers this strength. It has roughly twice the tensile strength of fiberglass. Under ideal conditions, flat dry laminated reinforced plastics provide wet tensile strengths of the order of 20,000 to 40,000 psi, average 30,000. 5086 marine aluminum, non-absorbent, has tensile strength of 47,000 psi. Aluminum has the strength of steel with only one third its weight. Aluminum's low weight requires less power to propel the vessel, resulting in lower fuel consumption. Aluminum's light weight also allows for faster speeds, greater maneuverability, more horsepower, extra payload, and less draft.
Safety and dent resistance
Aluminum has a high resilience upon impact and will not likely splinter, puncture, or crack upon impact with an object but instead will dent. And if the aluminum hull should need repair throughout the life of the vessel, traditional cut-and-welding methods are used that take advantage of the strength of the hull. This also means less wait for you since repair time is dramatically decreased.
Aluminum's minimum temperature to melt is 1200 degrees. It does not burn, blister, or rot. These are obvious benefits over fiberglass and other plastic boats.
Resistant to corrosion
Marine aluminum will not rust.
Customer customization & uniformity of product
It is not expedient to mold a fiberglass hull into a customer's specific wants or job requirements, but with aluminum, customization is more viable.