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Lego Motorized High-Speed Coast Guard Patrol Boat MOC (Mk. II)(Battery-Operated)
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This is my Lego Motorized High-Speed Coast Guard Patrol Boat MOC (Mk. II.) This is one of my best boats I have made and is my favorite.
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This is my Lego Motorized High-Speed Coast Guard Patrol Boat MOC (Mk. II). Out of all my boats, this is my absolute favorite. I built it in about 4 hours, designing it and finding parts. Yes, it floats, and it sits very stable in the water and looks awesome in the water. This is a Mk. II, I had built another one before this one, (it can be seen on my other models) and it was much more simple and didn't float as well. This one is twice as fast, MUCH better-looking and more stable, and lastly, has more detail.

Starboard view of the boat. There are 2 decks on this boat, both include important equipment and details.

Stern view of the boat. At the stern, there are guard rails, vents, diver's ladders, a small platform, and an inflatable dinghy with an outboard motor.

Bow view of the boat. At the bow, there is an anchor with a working winch, a life-preserver, a light on a pole, and an opening hatch to the engine room which an EMD 16-645 diesel v-16 marine engine sits. I couldn't fit the angled cylinders inside the engine room though, unlike my Cargo ship moc.

Here is a view of the pilot's flybridge. The captain sits at the left and controls a steering wheel and a marine radio scanner. In the middle are some gauges displaying the engine's oil pressure, coolant temperature and RPM. At the right sits a co-pilot/communicator, who does not have a steering wheel but instead operates a radar monitor. In the front of the flybridge are some vents and forward lights. At the rear of the flybridge is an access ladder which leads to the bottom deck. At the very rear of the top deck sits marine VHF antennas and at the very rear sits the large spoiler. On the top of the spoiler sits a small mast with a radio antenna ,horns, navigation lights, a radar scanner and a smaller VHF antenna.

Here is a view of the inside of the bottom deck. At the front sits a small area with a first-aid kit, a medical respirator tank, an small cabinet and a stretcher which can hold a single minifigure. In the middle to the left are two crates with equipment in them, one holds diving equipment and the other holds a fuel hose on a cable spool. In the middle to the right sits another crew member, at he is controlling the radar, marine radios, etc. (The co-pilot on the fly-bridge also controls them) At the back is a fire extinguisher and some access ladders to the rear deck platform. (which holds the dinghy)

Here is the complete boat with the motor attached. This boat is very large, actually one of my largest boats. I used 2 train car roof panels to "prop" up the bow. (See what I did there? another propeller pun.) At the stern sits the motor with the propeller and venturi rudder.

Here the boat sits next to my other 16" boat, my 7906 Fire Boat. The fire boat is an actual Lego kit, but I had modified it. As you can see, the Coast Guard boat is much taller and a bit longer,(due to the dinghy's outboard hanging over.)



Comments

 I made it 
  August 18, 2017
Quoting J Raab It's a well made ship.
Thanks! By the way, this is the version II, and version I has its own page but the model has since been scrapped for parts.
 I like it 
  August 13, 2017
It's a well made ship.
 I made it 
  June 29, 2017
Quoting Builder Allan Cool! Version 2 does look even better. Nice work :-)
Thanks again Allan! I do agree also, the Mk.II looks a lot better than Mk.I, and this version actually floats without any ballast.
 I like it 
  June 29, 2017
Cool! Version 2 does look even better. Nice work :-)
 I made it 
  June 27, 2017
Quoting Jeremy McCreary Nicely outfitted patrol boat, Angelo! I can tell you from experience that motorized boats need all the help they can get to stir up interest around here. And nothing does that more effectively than an embedded (not just linked) video of the boat in action.
Thanks Jeremy! I worked really hard on this model. And recently I had FINALLY figured out how to embed videos, here is an example on one of my mocs:http://www.moc-pages.com/moc.php/439862
 I like it 
  June 26, 2017
Nicely outfitted patrol boat, Angelo! I can tell you from experience that motorized boats need all the help they can get to stir up interest around here. And nothing does that more effectively than an embedded (not just linked) video of the boat in action.
 
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