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A US Coast Guard helicopter pursues a go-fast boat during a training exercise.
A NYC Police Go-fast Boat


Go-fast Boats are light boats designed to reach high speeds. They are designed with a long, narrow platform and a planing hull in a V style and are often equipped with two or more powerful engines. Go-fast boats are favored by smugglers due to their speed and the difficulty of detecting them on radar; the Coast Guard and Law Enforcement developed high-speed Patrol boats and RHIBs with the explicit purpose of catching these watercraft.


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Smuggler's Boat[edit | edit source]

The Smuggler's Boat is an Attack Boat featured in Battlefield Hardline. It is the Criminal equivalent to the Law Enforcement Inshore Patrol Vessel and is armed with a remote weapons system controlled by the captain. Two passengers can use mounted weapons on both sides of the boat. It appears only on the map Riptide.

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Inshore Patrol Vessel[edit | edit source]

The Inshore Patrol Vessel is an Attack Boat featured in Battlefield Hardline. It is the Law Enforcement equivalent to the Criminal Smuggler's Boat and is armed with a remote weapons system controlled by the captain. Two passengers can use mounted weapons on both sides of the boat. It appears only on the map Riptide.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The in-game description's mention of "a remote weapons system controlled by the captain" is inaccurate, as the driver has no offensive weapons available.
  • Official screenshots show Go-fast Boats appearing on the map Everglades, however, they are not present in the release version.
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