The larger RB-L Fire can even house a small crew.
Competition has been increasing in the area of firefighting vehicles, and Feral Marine has been pulling in record sales of its two new firefighting boats, the RB-L Fire (link) and the fast response Prowler Fire.
Fire departments everywhere have been buying up the craft, and even small departments have opened their wallets for the two vessels that can put out HD and Tredpro fires. Packed with animations and powered by Rez Gray scripts, Feral Marine has already surpassed older products in the market.
Rising sea levels are leading to a boom of new watercraft, and boaters may soon face difficult decisions on which boats to buy.
Recently a container ship (link), a catamaran (link), and a yacht (link) were released, and the Feral Marine’s Feral Puma, and four craft from Bandit Boats are in the final stage.
Wednesday is the release party for the newest Mesh Shop craft, an intricately modeled catamaran sailboat with luxury features. Join the festivities on Wednesday and try out the boat.
Feral Marine is testing a new product on the East River, and this grainy image was taken of the vessel docked at Pippen.
“It appears to be a catamaran barge,” said Leif Veste, an avid boater on the East River. “It looks like it’ll be GTFO ready, and stable – that’s the real benefit of the cat.”
Feral Marine is considering a recall over an almost released product, the Marine Prowler, after the Waterbank Coastal Regulatory Commission said that it is too fast. “It creates an unfair advantage to whoever owns it – and that could be smugglers and catnip runners.”
Feral Marine’s CEO, Chia replied to the commission. “Bob knows that FM doesn’t like to put limits on our products. We make them as accessible and available as possible. Also, one guy in a cubicle in the basement shouldn’t be called a ‘commission’.”
The boat is the latest in a set of released products from Feral Marine, which says that Coast Guards and police forces are welcome to purchase the craft to stay competitive. An early version of the boat will go to the Blake Sea demo site (link).
Feral Marine has released the same patrol craft that only recently saved a couple during its sea trials. The craft, a RB-L Patrol has new engine technology, several spotlights, and a combat tested hull. To sweeten an already capable craft, they offer free SCAR rifles with the craft.
Coast guards have already been looking into the craft, and rumors of the Coastal Patrol abandoning cocktails for a month to pay for one have also been circulating.
“It must be some boat for the CP [Coastal Patrol] to consider giving up their cocktails,” said the Claw spokesman. “One of them recently suffered from third degree burns rather than give up a last round at bar that burned down in Prototype.”
Found in the Marketplace (link), prospective buyers will soon be able to test it at the Feral Marine Blake Sea location.
The sea trials of a Feral Marine RB-L Patrol version put the anticipated craft into unintentional combat testing yesterday, when the testing crew received a hail from a couple sailing in the Sea of Fables.
“We were attacked by pirates,” said the couple from the safety of Feral Marine in Pippen. “They came out of nowhere and starting firing at us. They were going to board us when the RIB came and hit them back. We were so relieved and so impressed. That RB-L made short work of them!”
According to Intercontinental Police (ICP) piracy has been increasing around the world and there is a need for fast craft that can enter coastal areas and handle deep water operations.