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Pursuant to our customer contract requirements and ISO certification procedures, Willard Marine performed Builder Trials in Long Beach Harbor on the newest 11-meter military RIB. At the helm from left to right are Naval Architect Zack Zuker, VP of Manufacturing Dave Gutierrez, and Quality Assurance Manager Debbie Andrews.

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Structural Composites

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Willard Marine Delivers First 7M Fleet Ready Advanced Combatant Craft for Evaluations.

Structural Composites is pleased to announce that Willard Marine, Inc. has built and delivered the first 7M Fleet Ready (7MFR) Advanced Combatant Craft for evaluations.  The 7MFR provides the durability and maintainability of solid laminate construction at a weight equal to sandwich construction.

Structural Composites (SC) and the Navy will be testing and qualifying the fleet ready version of the advanced combatant craft.  Moving from prototypes to fleet ready craft will allow the Navy to evaluate SC’s SBIR technology in operational conditions, and this advances our Technology Readiness Level to TRL-8.

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USNS John Ericsson T-AO-194 Oiler

Willard Marine Production Manager Tim Pridemore and Manufacturing Team Member Jose Fernandez are in Guam doing maintenance on 670 SOLAS Rigid Inflatable Boats aboard the USNS John Ericsson T-AO-194 Oiler.

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Nepal Riverine

Anaheim, Calif. – April 6, 2015 – Willard Marine, Inc., a leading boat manufacturer for more than 50 years, has been awarded a contract to supply the Nepal Army with two newly designed aluminum riverine boats.

Under the contract, issued by the U.S. Navy Foreign Military Sales (FMS) office, Willard Marine is producing two 31.5-foot aluminum riverine boats, each powered by Yanmar engines and Hamilton water jets. Willard Marine will also provide comprehensive onsite crew training regarding the design, operation, maintenance and repair of the boats. The vessels will be used by Nepal to perform search, rescue and recovery operations in riverine and flood environments.

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AMHS Solas RIB Training 2AMHS Solas RIB Training 3

Willard Marine provides training to a dozen members of the Alaska Marine Highway System on their new 670 SOLAS RIBs. These SOLAS rescue boats service four Alaskan ferries that carry a combined total of 332 vehicles and 1599 passengers every day in a variety of challenging Alaskan weather conditions.

Learn more about our rugged SOLAS Rigid Inflatable Boats here: http://www.willardmarine.com/applications/uscg-solas-boats.html

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7 meter Whale Research Boat

This Willard Marine 730-LE Rigid Inflatable Boat is currently in our Virginia Beach location undergoing minor repairs and upgrades. The RIB is used by HDR Inc. for studies of whale activities off the coast of Virginia.

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Ukraine Boat Spares

A 40-foot container of spare RIB parts and materials was shipped from Willard Marine today headed for the Ukraine in support of the many 7m and 11m Rigid Inflatable Boats they've ordered from us since 2009 through the U.S. Foreign Military Sales program.

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Read about the staff, history, and future of Willard Marine, along with our production of aluminum boats, fiberglass boats, rigid inflatable boats, and SOLAS rescue boats in the latest issue of Professional BoatBuilder. 

Link: http://digital.proboat.com/?shareKey=Qd5BBt

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One-year-old girl rescued at sea by the U.S. Navy (some rescuers pictured above in Willard Marine RIB) after showing salmonella-like symptoms before her family's sailboat broke down. Read full story in gCaptain here.

Read more about this story in CBSNews here.

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Fast & Furiously Charting the Course for the America's Cup - read full article here

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