Fancy shit breaks

We prefer to keep things simple…and built stout as hell. Overly elaborate designs may look good on a computer screen, but can fail in the real world. In a workboat, simplicity and reliability go hand in hand. Whether your job is in fire/rescue, research, diving, oil spill response or any number of workboat applications, you can be confident that a 35’ Munson is built to stand up to the most demanding tasks.

Model: 35-17 Military

Albany, New York: The New York Naval Militia is the naval component of the New York State defense forces. As part of the New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs, the Naval Militia complements the Army and Air National Guard programs. Their new 35’ Munson Packcat is equipped with twin Mercury 250HP engines, widely spaced on the transom for increased maneuverability. The vessel is designed to carry up to 3 tons of cargo or personnel. With a 7.5’ wide bow door, it can embark a skid-steer, gator, or other types of vehicles.

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Packcat

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250 hp x 2

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41 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
12 ft (3.6 m)
Hull Type:
Catamaran
Power:
Mercury Optimax 250 hp x2
Propulsion:
Outboard (30” shaft)
Fuel:
300 gallons
Speed:
41 mph, light ship

Model: 35-16 OSR

Portland, OR: NRC has responded to thousands of marine and land-based oil spill incidents around the globe and maintains stockpiles of oil spill equipment around the US and internationally for immediate response. FRV Next Generation is staged in Portland for immediate deployment on the Columbia River and Oregon Coast. The wheelhouse features an enclosed head compartment and a four person work table. Wheelhouse glass is wire reinforced for towing protection.

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Packman

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330 hp x 2

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46 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
13 ft (4 m)
Hull Type:
Mono hull
Power:
Volvo D6 330 hp x2
Propulsion:
Volvo DPH Sterndrive
Fuel:
300 gallons
Speed:
46 mph, light ship

Model: 35-15 Utility

Friday Harbor, WA: San Juan County Public Works Department is responsible for the design, construction and maintenance of all County roads, buildings and Solid Waste Transfer Stations within the county. Several of their sites lie on islands not accessible by ferry traffic. Outfitted with a hydraulic deck crane, flood lighting, and cargo tie down rails, San Juan's Munson is used to transport work crews and materials to these remote sites.

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Packcat

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330 hp x 2

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47 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
13 ft (4 m)
Hull Type:
Catamaran
Power:
Volvo D6 330 hp x2
Propulsion:
Volvo DPH Sterndrive
Fuel:
200 gallons
Speed:
47 mph, light ship

Model: 35-14 Utility

Vaxholm, Sweden: Roslagsbryggan provides construction and transport service in the Stockholm archipelago. The company also provides passenger, freight and transport equipment up to 100 tons, anywhere in the archipelago. The ALTO is tasked in the transport of building materials to shoreline projects. Special features include a hydraulic deck crane and hydraulic bow door rams. The wheelhouse features forced air heat and seating for four.

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Packman

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330 hp x 2

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44 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
13 ft (4 m)
Hull Type:
Mono hull
Power:
Volvo D6 330 hp x2
Propulsion:
Volvo DPH Sterndrive
Fuel:
250 gallons
Speed:
44 mph, light ship

Model: 35-7 Sport

Hoonah, AK: Fishes Charters runs the M/V Silver Spoon as a 6-pack boat in Southeast Alaska. The tough to miss rocket launcher pole storage and pot puller give you the idea that this boat means business. The wheelhouse features an enclosed head compartment, galley cabinet and convertible settee. A trunk cabin forward of the console contains a pilot berth. An aft steering console was installed to control the boat while trolling.

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Packcat

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225 hp x 2

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38 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
12 ft (3.6 m)
Hull Type:
Catamaran
Power:
Yamaha 225 hp x2
Propulsion:
Outboards (30" shaft)
Fuel:
300 gallons
Speed:
38 mph, light ship

Model: 35-6 Utility

Excursion Inlet, AK: Munster Landing Craft specializes in hunting and fishing charters near Excursion Inlet, AK. Some of their local clients hire them to transport vehicles and cargo to remote homes and building sites. The wheelhouse offers cabin heat, galley cabinet, and flushing head concealed beneath a convertible settee. The forward deck features boarding doors on port and starboard, cargo deck tie-downs, 12v down rigger mounts and roof mounted fishing pole holders.

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Packcat

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225 hp x 2

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38 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
12 ft (3.6 m)
Hull Type:
Catamaran
Power:
Yamaha 225 hp x2
Propulsion:
Outboards (30" shaft)
Fuel:
300 gallons
Speed:
38 mph, light ship

Model: 35-5 Expedition

Juneau, AK: F/V Goodlooking operates as a commercial halibut longliner in SE Alaska. A rear helm station is available while gear is deployed over the stern, and a forward station with sump allows the operator to be out of the way while retrieving gear through the bow door. The main deck features a 9hp hydraulic power pack and is designed to secure standard fish totes. The insulated wheelhouse includes a 48" aft overhang and offers cabin heat.

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Packcat

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250 hp x 2

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43 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
13 ft (4 m)
Hull Type:
Catamaran
Power:
Suzuki 250 hp x2
Propulsion:
Outboards (30" shaft)
Fuel:
250 gallons
Speed:
43 mph, light ship

Model: 35-3 Expedition

Cordova, AK: Alaskan Adventure Tours provides guided bear hunting expeditions in Prince William Sound. They needed a 6 pack overnight vessel that could handle rough water and run the rivers. Welcome to M/V Sound Adventure. Quad 250 Yamahas on hydraulic transom jacks put up a top speed of 50 mph with a river-ready shallow draft. The cabin sports sleeping for six, full galley, and an enclosed head compartment.

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Packcat

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250 hp x 2

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50 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
12 ft (3.6 m)
Hull Type:
Catamaran
Power:
Yamaha 250 hp x2
Propulsion:
Outboards (30" shaft)
Fuel:
400 gallons
Speed:
50 mph, light ship

Model: 35-2 OSR

Lagos, Nigera: Exxon Mobile Bonny River Petroleum Terminal services East Area offshore petroleum drilling rigs. Committed to environmental protection and safety, the Exxon Bonny River terminal operates an extensive fleet of incident response equipment. OSR 1 is responsible for boom deployment and the transport of hazardous waste. A hydraulic deck crane allows the transfer of 55 gallon drums from the deck to shore.

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Packman

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250 hp x 2

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42 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
12 ft (3.6 m)
Hull Type:
Mono hull
Power:
Yamaha 250 hp x2
Propulsion:
Outboards (30" shaft)
Fuel:
300 gallons
Speed:
42 mph, light ship

Model: 35-1 Fire

Portland, OR: The Portland SAR craft was christened Eldon Trinity in memory of a 4 year old boy who could not be rescued in time after falling in the water. After the tragedy the department developed a plan to commission high speed first response rescue craft to ensure fast response times. Features include a 24hp Darley fire pump, fold-out dive door, Kohler 5Kw genset, 120v perimeter flood lighting, and a FLIR night vision camera.

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Packman

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350 hp x 2

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39 mph

Specifications

Hull Length:
35 ft (10.6 m)
Beam:
12 ft (3.6 m)
Hull Type:
Mono hull
Power:
Yamaha 350 hp x2
Propulsion:
Outboards (30" shaft)
Fuel:
250 gallons
Speed:
39 mph, light ship