Predator has been designed & fitted out as a first class sea angling boat, with a large crew cabin with comfortable seating , Predator has a large open deck which offers plenty of room for fishing.
Predator is fitted with two Ivecco C9 550hp, she has a cruising speed of 20 knots and will get you to the fishing ground in speed & comfort.
All rods,reel are rigged up with one set of tackle. All losses must be paid for or replaced, bait is provided for a great day’s chartered fishing- all you need to bring is yourself!
Predator is a dry boat Strictly no Alcohol
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was established in 1989 when Terry Searle, seeing a gap in the market, decided to develop the first GRP commercial catamaran of its kind in the UK - the Blyth 33. The commercial workboat sector
soon saw the benefits of the catamaran when compared to the traditional mono-hull.
The Blyth Workcat features low wetted surface area for greater fuel economy, exceptional working deck area for a wide range of uses, high-speed performance combined with shallow draught capability. The greater stability provided by the Blyth Workcat’s hull form enables it to keep working in worsening weather conditions, while also offering the extra security of twin engines.
This first design was the Blyth 33, which has been in continuous production ever since. In fact the original model ‘Jo Jo’, now renamed ‘Taurus’ is still operating, a testament to Blyth’s quality of design and construction. Located in Canvey Island, UK Blyth specialises in the design and build of composite catamarans for use across a wide range of industries. The site includes a 14,000 square foot assembly workshop, a 5000 square foot temperature and humidity controlled moulding shop and also a metal fabrication facility that are vital for providing cost effective bespoke services to meet the specific needs of clients.
The company has supplied vessels across the globe including Australia, Dubai, Belgium, Norway, Holland and Gibraltar to meet the individual needs of clients, from charter angling, diving, surveying, passenger transport, crew transfer and wind farm support. This versatility is due to the key design features that include; large deck area essential for providing a stable, safe working platform, twin engines for performance, economy and security, shallow draught and planing hulls for greater fuel economy.
One of the fastest growing markets for Blyth is the supply of vessels for the renewable energy and wind farm industries. Blyth has supplied numerous purpose built vessels to some of the highest profile operators around the country with many of them taking more than one vessel.
The Blyth 14-metre has become an established favourite offering either conventional shaft drives or water jets. Due to their shallow draft the vessels are able to operate in shallow water, even
drying out if necessary as well as travelling out to sea, which makes them more flexible in their operation.
Following the success of the Blyth 33, in 2004 the company launched a larger model – the Blyth 11-metre, which has a greater hull volume and brand new shape, including a planing hull for increased speed. In addition to this Blyth can mould this same design in segments to extend the vessel up to 14 metres. This design provides a cost effective and versatile vessel, which can be offered in different lengths and capabilities. Currently Blyth is developing a new 17-metre vessel to further expand the service capabilities of its vessels.
As well as gaining the important new wind farm contracts, Blyth has also completed a number of major projects within other sectors. These include an example of the enduring Blyth 33 to operate as a survey vessel in Iraq and an 11-metre boat working as a dive support vessel in Qatar. One of the most notable contracts was for the new Blyth 11-metre fast cat, which has an asymmetric hull and is powered by Yanmar engines and Hamilton water jets, with a performance in excess of 30 knots, this vessel will shortly take up its role in support of an oil company based in Dubai.
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