Ladies and gentlemen Allow me to introduce you to the Mission 338. This is rock-solid machinery. Heavy water boat, lots of freeboard forward, lots of hull, all-aluminum Catamaran, built to go where the others are afraid to even leave the dock. This boat is on a Myco trailer that was custom built just for it: triple axles, all-welded aluminum, just top, top shelf in every regard. This is another Mission 29 compared to some little boat; this I think is a Safe Boat. It is a 29 footer also. You may be able to see a little difference between the two. uh… If you hit a wave and the wave is this tall, gives you something to think about. You can see these fellows walking around the side of the Mission boat and really [there’s] no place to walk on the Safe boat. I don’t know how you get to the bow if you don’t walk out here on this collar or crawl on your hands and knees and come up through a little hatch. This is the bow area of the Mission 29 and one thing that you see here is when you want to go up on that bow, we walk-up steps. And we’ve got handrailings there, you can see that we have on this boat the same
kind of deal, and that makes it safe and easy to get to that area and then a large seat that’s almost the full beam except this is a walk around boat. Lots of workspace. Also notice these are Freeman watertight hatches; you don’t see that on a pleasure boat, that’s for sure. Here’s another picture this seat; great place to sit up and run the boat from – not run the boat – but great place to sit and enjoy the boat. Moving forward from the cockpit where the control station, you can see there’s plenty of room. Keep in mind that very different from what we saw on that last little Safe Boat that has an area that is about that wide for you to walk on and go forward. We’re back. The Mission 29. Second to none.