Docksta Varvet cb90 Hellenic Coast Guard.mp4
The Combat Boat 90 H is an all aluminium fast assault craft, heavily
reinforced for forceful landing on unprepared beaches. Capable of
transporting 20 soldiers and cargo at more than 20 knots
Advanced logistics down to nuts and bolts
The boat is built in a fully developed serial production system employing
six workstations with a capacity to deliver one new unit every 3rd week.
The combination of timing, advanced logistics and a skilful production
team, with very a close and tight relationship between CAD engineers and
the production people, is enhanced by an ISO 9001 QA system. All boats
undergo a comprehensive testing...
Marine Police, PILOT, Fire Fighter, Airport Rescue, SAR, Environment
Heavy machine guns are mounted in fixed installations, or stabilized and
remotely controlled from a monitor in the wheelhouse. The boat can also
carry mines or Hellfire missiles, and a gyro-stabilized twin-barrel 12-cm
mortar. The boats have a loading capacity of 21 armed soldiers or up to 4.5
tons of cargo. The boat uses two waterjet propulsion units, each powered by
a 460 kW diesel engine, developing continuous speeds exceeding 40 CB90 Fast
Patrol Boat in Norwegian Navy serviceknots and high maneuverability. A
non-military Patrol Crafts version of the CB-90 can be equipped with twin
550 kW diesels, to cruise at up to 45 knots. Such a high speed interceptor
was recently supplied to the Malaysian Customs service. Equipped with two
MAN D2842 LE410 main engines, each with a medium duty rating of 810 kW and
two Rolls-Royce Kamewa FF-410 with waterjets, the 16 meter boat has a
sprint speed of 50 knots and a cruise at 42 kt. The Royal Malaysian Navy is
also operating 17 CB-90H boats.
The export successes of recent years, with all types being based on
existing basic models, show that customization of an existing model is a
winning concept both quality wise and from an economic standpoint of view.
Our civilian and military concepts are based on a few well-planned designs
to with both we and the users have contributed the best of our knowledge
Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Demo in HD
US Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Demo filmed at Barber Motorsports Park,
Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, 7-18-2009.
Coast Guard Helicopter Demo 2 video at the link below:
HH-65C Helicopter information link above:
Video taken with a Panasonic FZ28 camera. Rendered with Sony Vegas Movie
Studio 9 Platinum, set as Windows Media Video V11, 6 MPS HD 720-30p video
A video about the Emergency Underwater Escape School held in Hellenic Navy
Helicopter School in Kotroni Naval Fort.
ULTIMATE COAST GUARD BOATS
Video shot and edited by Bryan M. Liles. This video has been posted with
Fountains approval and was provided by fountain to post.
BUSINESS AT FULL THROTTLE
Although the title on his business card says, "Reggie Fountain, Chief
Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board and President," it scarcely
touches upon the extent of his actual involvement. Unlike any other CEO in
the performance boating industry, Reggie Fountain is hands-on every step of
the way. He's as likely to be under a boat covered in fiberglass dust to
fine-tune a new bottom design, as he is to be sitting behind his desk
pouring over financial statements.
Like so many boat builders, Fountain started his company after evaluating
the market and coming to the conclusion that he could do it better. History
tells that unlike most, Fountain succeeded.
For his aforementioned R&D program with Mercury, in 1978 Fountain
contracted with Bill Farmer of Excalibur Boats in Sarasota, Florida to use
one of Farmer's 31' V-bottoms. As the testing program progressed, Fountain
couldn't resist the temptation to tinker with the boat. A little sandpaper
on the running surface netted a speed increase. Handcrafted putty strakes
improved handling and further modifications on the stern drive height
improved acceleration. Before long, Reggie had made so many changes the
boat no longer resembled the original. The forerunner to the first Fountain
Encouraged by the incredible performance gains, Fountain next attacked the
deck and hull design. As the development process continued, Fountain
noticed a growing market for the highly customized test boats. A short time
later, Fountain Powerboats was born in an abandoned used car dealership
just outside Reggie's residence in Washington, North Carolina near the
With his revolutionary bottom designs, Fountain was one of the first to
successfully utilize a notched transom, pad keel running surface for
improved handling and performance. The competition is still trying to keep
up with Reggie's unequaled drive to design the best performing boats on the
In addition to taking offshore sport boat performance to a new level,
Fountain pioneered the use of space-age laminates in the boating industry.
He was among the first to use bi-, tri- and quad-directional fiberglass
along with lightweight coring material. While other manufacturers shunned
these materials, preferring to stick with old-fashioned heavy laminates,
Fountain proved they could work, which was a benefit to the entire
industry. Today, because of Fountain's innovative thinking, all boats are
lighter and stronger than they ever were in the past.
Drawing on more than 45 years of experience in all aspects of racing and
pleasure boating, Fountain personally masterminds all engineering and new
product Research and Development. Considered among the most innovative
minds in the boating world, in 1992, Fountain took the state of the art one
giant step forward with the introduction of Positive Lift, a breakthrough
step-bottom design that added more than 10 percent to Fountain's already
superior top-end performance while improving handling and cornering
agility. A company that never stops its R&D, Fountain then took its
innovative Positive Lift designs even further with the introduction in 1998
of its Super Ventilated running surface. This race-proven hull design
raised the standard even higher with quicker times to plane, added midrange
punch and still faster top-end
speeds. Fountains have often been imitated, but no one can duplicate the
smoothest, fastest, safest, best-handling boats on the water.
Once a plug is created, Fountain performs all initial on-the-water testing
and then collaborates with his staff on interior design and graphic
styling. To this day, Fountain still logs approximately 1,000 hours a year
on the water. Before they are shipped to a dealer network that expands to
all corners of the United States and the world, Fountain personally tests
many of his boats to make sure they all meet his exacting standards.
Time permitting; Reggie continues to offer personal instruction in the
finer points of operating a high-performance boat to many of the customers
who visit his North Carolina facility. For many, getting a driving lesson
from Fountain is like getting pointers from a professional tour player on
their golf game. Fountain has attained celebrity status unlike any other
boat manufacturer in history.
RC Scale Helicopter Swiss Super Puma take Load and fly around with???
Swiss Heli-Challenge 2013
Der Michael.T hat noch kurz
nach dem Flug mit mir gesprochen und gesagt das es nicht mehr viele Scale
Eurocopter AS 332 Super Puma Helikopter gibt, viel haben Probleme, so
geniest den Flug genug gequatscht.!!
Speziell: er landet kurz um Ladung aufzunehmen und fliegt damit eine Runde
und klinkt das ganze per Fernsteuerung Aus..!!!!
Euer RC HeliJet