C.T. Randall

“C.T.RANDALL” officially entered service in Nov, 2003 and served 18 years in supporting conservation efforts out of Port Canaveral, Naval Air Station Jacksonville and Marco Island, U.S.


LOA: 60′
Beam: 18′ 6-5/16″
Depth: 9′ 8-13/16″
Design Draft:  3′ 4″
Vessel Type: Law Enforcement
Main Engines: 2 x CAT 3412E, 1200 BHP each @ 2300 RPM
Propulsion: 40″ dia prop, 5 blade
Speed: 32 knots
Fuel Capacity: 1200 US Gal.
Owner: Florida Fisheries & Wildlife Enforcements
Shipyard: Hike Metal Products Ltd.


The vessel was constructed of aluminum, and designed for CNC cutting of parts.  An A-frame was designed for the aft deck, for launching and retrieval of a small RHIB.