General Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al Nuaimi, General Director of the Ras Al Khaimah Police, confirmed the interest of the Ministry of the Interior to seize all available resources and resources to improve the level of public services, to preserve their safety and security, and to protect their property.
He added that at the opening of two new vessels by the naval police division Ras Al Khaimah, these two vessels would represent a new beginning for the sea rescue field in the Emirate in the light of modern features and equipment that are intended for and meet the needs of the industry and the nature of its work in the insurance of beaches and escorts and the provision of rescue services in various maritime disasters.
Two new 38-meter and 10-meter boats were fitted out in a workshop for two six-cylinder engines, each with 300 hp and a "cc4200" capacity, with a maximum speed of 85 kilometers per hour, which is a quantum leap compared to engines Near boats at speeds up to 35 kilometers per hour.
He added that the equipment of both boats includes radio, radio, international channels, navigation system, compass, fire extinguishers, radar, sirens and cranes, as well as life-saving equipment, including jackets, lifejackets, first aid kit and emergency oxygen. Marine accidents by the installation of a metal umbrella have an alternative to enclosed cabins which have contributed to the weight of both vessels in a way that accelerates the response time for access to and handling of accidents.
Bin Alwan added that towed boats for two new alternative boats were available for old boats that were retired, and praised the efforts made by the sea rescuers in Ras Al Khaimah to provide assistance and assistance to those in need, and ensure the safety of passengers on the beach.