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USCG High Endurance Cutter 18
High Endurance Cutter model ship
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USCG High Endurance Cutter 18"

Overall Dims: 18" L x 6" W x 17" H
SKU#: USCG HEC

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MSRP: $149.99

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Dimensions: 18" L x 6" W x 17" H

USCG High Endurance Cutter 18"

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Honoring the hard work and dedication of the United States Coast Guard, the USCG High Endurance Cutter Limited model is a well-crafted replica of the real boats used by the US Coast Guard.

18" Long x 6" Wide x 17" High

  • Built from scratch by master artisans
  • High quality woods used to construct this model
  • Solid wooden hull for this model Coast Guard ship
  • Detailed Features include:
    • Accurate USCG Racing Stripe on prow
    • Detailed masts and superstructure
    • Railings, cleats, life preservers, shiplights and other details on decks
    • United States flag flies from rigging
    • Metal railings
  • Meticulously painted to match the actual USCG High Endurance Cutter
  • Solid wooden base with metal nameplate attached to model
  • Extensive research of original plans as well as actual photographs ensures the highest possible accuracy of the Coast Guard ship model

The 378-foot High Endurance Cutter class are the largest cutters, aside from the three major Icebreakers, ever built for the Coast Guard. They are powered by diesel engines and gas turbines, and have controllable-pitch propellers. Equipped with a helicopter flight deck, retractable hangar, and the facilities to support helicopter deployment, these 12 cutters were introduced to the Coast Guard inventory in the 1960s. Beginning in the 1980s and ending in 1992, the entire class was modernized through the Fleet Renovation and Modernization (FRAM) program. The first of the class was the Hamilton (WHEC-715) commissioned in 1967. Highly versatile and capable of performing a variety of missions, these cutters operate throughout the world's oceans.

Length: 87 ft
Beam: 9 ft 5 in
Power plant: 2 Diesel engines
Commissioned: 1998-present

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