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USCG 36460

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USCG 36460

Semper Paratus

This 36-foot Coast Guard Motor Lifeboat was built in 1941 in Curtis Bay, Maryland. It is constructed of laminated oak framing with cypress planking, copper-sheathing and a solid 2000lb bronze keel.  These self-bailing and self-righting workhorses could handle icy conditions and waves up to 60 feet and had a watertight survivors’ cabin and engine room.  The boat served for 35 years before retiring and underwent several restorations by new owners.  In 2012, as they were starting work on their new film The Finest Hours, which tells the true story of the Pendleton rescue, Disney approached owner Jeff Shook, asking to use 36460 in the movie.  After its time in the spotlight in Hollywood, 36460 has found a no-less exciting home as one of the stars of the MMM fleet!

Length: 36′ 8″
Beam: 10′ 8 7/8″
Draft: 3′ 4″
Engine: 103 hp Diesel Engine