XSR Military Interceptor

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

With Captain Phillips set to hit theaters this coming Friday, it got us thinking about pirates. Specifically, the best lines of defense against these criminals.  The XRS Military Interceptor takes a load off, and is one of the best ways (and most badass) to combat pirates.

Crowned the world’s most advanced performance, pursuit and patrol vessel, this thing is so much more than your average speed boat. Sure it can hit speeds of up to 85 knots on the water (97 mph), but it’s the combination of the fully composite monocoque structure with that speed is what helps this thing hunt down the bad guys, moving through the water with cat like reflexes and agility. The shock absorbing seats keep the captain comfortable while battling unsteady waters, and the .50 caliber machine gun hidden under the deck is perfect for those “last resort” situations. With a range of 1,000 nautical miles, pirates will have a hard time shaking the XRS Military Interceptor.

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