Whether you need fire boat training, an SOP for your new or existing operations, small boat tactical training, vessel familiarization, consider Mass Maritime Marine. Our most recent projects were in tailoring a comprehensive train the trainer program for the Boston Fire Departments’ Marine Unit 1 crew. We also conducted vessel familiarization, safety, and tactical consideration trainig for the Boston Special Operations Division SWAT. Following those standards of the USCG and NAVY, these programs subject areas covered navigation, infrared camera ops (flir), Hale fire pump operations, vessel management and safety, seamen ship, vessel fire fighting tactics, engine maintenance, vessel familiarization, water safety and survival.
If you’re looking to build a fire fighting craft, rescue boat or high speed craft or should you be in the need for repairs or modifications to an existing vessel, we can help oversee this interest. Should you need construction resolution during and after the build, let us work for you. Our experience in this field is impressive. We were project managers for the Boston Fire Dept and their new fire boat. Our integrity combined with 30 years of experience in the ship building industry and the small work boat industry proved most valuable to the department. We are accredited surveyors, licensed engineers and licensed master mariners. Visit the “about us” section on this web site to find out who we are?
High Speed Craft? Mass Maritime Marine is standing by ready to provide training . When your training program is completed, a true and valued understanding of your operations would have been achieved. MMM has the most experienced high speed craft instructors in the Jet Drive Propulsion area that can be found. Has you crew already taken a program? Let MMM fine tune your needs where the others have left off!
Boston Fire Departments Marine Unit 1 is approx 70’ 10”’ in length, has a breadth of 22’, draft of 3.0’. Powered by four diesels rated at 825 Hp each, driving four Hamilton HJ 364 water-jets with the Hamilton MECS control system. In addition the vessel is equipped with a SIDE-POWER Bow Thruster system to aid in maneuverability in tight quarters. The vessels speed is approx 37 knots light and 33 knots fully loaded. Pumping capacity is +12000 gpm.