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PORTLAND FIREBOAT

Put into active service in 2015, Oregon Iron Works and DLBA designed the Portland Fireboat to make a difference on Oregon’s waterways. With a top speed of 40 knots, her two 1,000 hp (746 kw) engines can get places in a hurry. For fires, her pumps are rated up to 8,000 gpm (30,000 liters per minute). 

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Beyond putting out fires, the Portland Fireboat is adaptable for her crew’s needs. Crews are trained on a variety of non-fire responses including hazardous material incidents, technical rescue, dive effort and law enforcement support, environmental mitigation, and natural disaster response and recovery.

SPECIFICATIONS

LOA

55′ / 17m

TOP SPEED

40 knots

BOA

5′ / 1m

POWER

2×1,000 hp / 746 kw

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