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Lake Assault Boats Now Available Through GSA

May 20, 2016

Photo courtesy of Lake Assault Boats.
Photo courtesy of Lake Assault Boats.

Lake Assault Boats, a manufacturer of purpose-built, mission-specific fire and rescue boats, are now listed on the U.S. Government's General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule.

The GSA Schedule contains pre-negotiated prices, delivery terms, warranties, and other terms and conditions. Government agencies, including most municipal law enforcement organizations, can use GSA Schedule contracts to streamline the process and leverage the buying power of the federal government.

There are 32 distinct configurations of Lake Assault fire and patrol boats available on the GSA Schedule. This includes a traditional V-hull or the company's signature landing craft-style hull with a hydraulicallically-operated bow door and 

Lake Assault Boats is part of Fraser Shipyards. Boats are tested on Lake Superior and come in a variety of configurations to meet the needs of first responders.

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