High speed, Low RCS 'Stealth' Interceptor / Patrol craft for military & law enforcement roles


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Video demonstrating Barracuda's design and weapons system

Video demonstrating Barracudas seakeeping and handling


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‘Barracuda’ is a high speed, low RCS Interceptor designed specifically for military and law enforcement roles.  One of Barracudas unique features is that a range of both lethal & non lethal weapons can be concealed below deck and raised up through hatches only when required during engagement. Utilizing various stealth technologies in its form which combined with specialized outfitting and construction, enables a greatly reduced RCS compared to conventional patrol vessels. As such Barracuda is capable of operating with a high degree of invisibility to any opponents radar.  The design features a deep V high speed hull, incorporating a wave piercing bow providing excellent seakeeping abilities allowing a high level of crew comfort & endurance. The design is capable of speeds of 35-40kts+ depending on the chosen propulsion system.


Safehaven Marine will be attending the DSEI Military trade show in London's ECEL on the 15th - 18th September, where we will have a stand inside the exhibition, and Barracuda on display in the waterborne section alongside the event. http://www.dsei.co.uk