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Look at the speeding government boat below. Imagine what it might be doing in–say–2035.

 

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I love some of the design features like the built in side boarding steps. I’d gladly then, when it looks like an antique, buy it in order to give it a second life.

 

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Someone appears to have “privatized” this 44-foot self-righting surfboat. Scroll through the link to see both the 44- and the 47-foot boats.

 

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And this vessel, enjoying a new career, appears to be a repurposed 25-foot motor surfboat. Fred has a much better shot of it here.

All photos, Will Van Dorp.

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