Search & Rescue

GLOBAL SEARCH & RESCUE

Globally Search & Rescue organizations choose HamiltonJet waterjets and propulsion controls as their preferred propulsion for safe operations.

Below is a selective list of published case studies for a range of HamiltonJet powered SAR vessels.

A full Application Review in Acrobat PDF format is available for most vessels listed.

"The advantage of jets are obvious to all. It is easy to operate, flexible, has good manoeuvrability and can navigate almost anywhere."
Zhuang Cun, Captain – South China Sea Rescue 311

 

“The main advantage of using waterjets instead of propellers is, for example, to get casualties onboard when there is a person in the water.”
Walter Schol – KNRM
NSSR Rescue Boat

SIMRAD CLASS MP1211 - NSSR

12.70m Aluminium

Twin HJ274 waterjets

37 Knots

NORWAY

Review
Rescue Helicopter

blueArrow Rescue

12.45m Aluminium
Twin HJ322 waterjets
35 knots
NEW ZEALAND

Review
Kawau 20CG

Naiad NZ Coast Guard RIBS

10.30m Aluminium RIBs
Twin HJ274
36 knots
NEW ZEALAND

Review
Duffy Ambulance Cat-hAMILTONjET

“Duffy” Ambulance Catamaran

17.00m Aluminium
Twin HJ364 waterjets
32 knots
AUSTRALIA

Review
Canadian CG Aux JC McGregor-HAMILTONJET

Canadian SAR Rib

11.00m Aluminium RIB
Twin HJ274 waterjets
38 knots
CANADA

Review
AMF-Pauanui-Rescue-Hamiltonjet

Pauanui Rescue Rib

8.91m Aluminium RIB, Hyperlon Inflatable Fender
Single HJ274 waterjets
43 knots
NEW ZEALAND

Review
Damen KNRM-Hamiltonjet

KNRM NH1816

19.30m DAMEN Aluminium
Twin HM571
31 knots
THE NETHERLANDS

Review