White Water 3

White Water 3 was launched in June 2007, there was only one choice of new boat for offshore duties, another Evolution 38.

WW3 has quite a few improvements such as a more powerfull Caterpillar engine, improved top of the range Raymarine electronics, plus many other minor improvements.

WW3 is equipped with the latest Raymarine navigation and satellite communication systems. Raymarine was chosen because its name is synonymous with quality and reliability. Raymarine is recognised as the world leader in marine electronics, with a comprehensive range of integrated systems, including instrumentation, navigation equipment, autopilots, radar systems and communication products.

White Water 3 is powered by a fully electronic Caterpillar C9 turbocharged diesel engine, she has a cruise speed of 20 knots.

WW3 leaving Milford Marina for the first time  WW3 Cardiff Bay  WW3 Bristol Channel  WW3 Bristol Channel Caterpillar C9  Dual Fuel Filters and Water Seperators  Helm with the most advanced electronics available  WW3 arriving at Milford Marina  WW3 arriving at Milford Marina - Tony Gollop on Deck, Ronnie Webb and Al Alsop watching 

Read more about the building of White Water 3 Evolution 38 fishing charter boat.

Read more about Evolution 38 boat hulls manufactured by Universal Projects.

White Water 2 was sold and will took on her new duties out of the West of Ireland specialising in Tope fishing.

WW3 has since been replaced by White Water 4 , an Evolution 30 for better fuel economy in anticipation for the ever increasing cost of fuel.

To find out more about the Evolution range of boats, please visit White Water Boats, where you can find more detailed information about the various specifications and stages of completion that are available, or fully complete built Evolution boats that can be finished ready to sail away, together with details about Mecal type approval.