Bartech Marine Engineering, based in Sarasota, Fla., is developing a new, larger, and more efficient version of its two-seat M/V Sea Hunter, which is also known as the Sea Warrior.
Bartech Marine Engineers is developing an advanced, high-performance Marine Corps-grade, twin-engined, unmanned underwater vehicle.
The Sea Hunter is an underwater vehicle capable of operating in both surface and deep water.
The new Sea Hunter uses a smaller, lighter and less expensive hull than the M/Vs Sea Hunter and Sea Warrior, but it has larger engines and larger propellers.
The new Sea Warrior is designed to operate in deep water, in surface waters, and at low levels of salt water.
The Sea Warrior’s main advantage is its speed.
The Sea Hunter’s maximum speed is about 35 knots, while the Sea Hunter can operate at speeds of 20 knots.
The ship is about 7 feet (2 meters) longer than the Sea Raider, which has a crew of about 3,000.
The two-engine Sea Hunter has a total length of 7,500 feet (3,200 meters).
The ship has a top speed of 25 knots, and it can go a total of 3,700 miles (6,200 kilometers) in a single day.
The Navy’s Sea Warrior class has a number of advantages over the older M/Us, which were retired in 2017.
The two-seater Sea Warrior can carry about 300 crew members and is equipped with more powerful engines and higher-capacity diesel engines.
The ship can carry up to 8,000 pounds (3.4 metric tons) of cargo.
The vessel is also more durable than the older, two-stroke M/VS Sea Hunter.
The M/VM Sea Hunter suffered major hull damage in the 2008 tsunami in Japan.
The Navy has recovered nearly 100,000 pieces of the M2.5 hull from the wreckage.
The crew has been working on rebuilding the M1.5 and M1C hulls.
The M/VPYSea Hunter is the second-generation Sea Hunter design, after the M4M Sea Warrior which was retired in 2018.
The second generation Sea Hunter ships have been designed with advanced underwater technology to withstand high-intensity, high speed ocean conditions, which have made them highly suitable for marine applications.
The ships are designed to take advantage of modern propulsion technology to operate underwater.
In addition, the ship can be operated in both deep and shallow water, with a maximum speed of 40 knots (64 mph).
The two versions of the Sea Hunters are also designed to withstand weather conditions that can change quickly.
The design of the two-wheel-drive Sea Hunter was influenced by two other Marine Corps designs: the M3-S Sea Hunter that is used by the Navy’s 1st Marine Division and the M6M Sea Hunter used by Navy Special Warfare Command.