The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) has beefed up its Harbor Patrol of the Law Enforcement Department (LED) by procuring a P3.5-million patrol boat. SBMA Chairman and Administrator Wilma T. Eisma and LED chief Col. Vicente Tolentino inspect the new patrol boat that will secure the waters of Subic Bay. The new patrol boat has a length of 32 feet, two 150hp engines that pushes the vessel to 16 nautical miles per hour, can easily accommodate 20 crew members, and is capable of rescuing capsized vessels with 20 life vests on board.
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