The Inland Seas Boat Company was established in 1946 by Mr. Archie Lang to
build police and fire boats. It was expanded into domestic yachts, which
were custom built to individual specifications. In 1986 Mr. Lang retired and
the company was acquired by Health Care Benefits, Inc. The production is now
only medical boats. As an example of the proof of durability of the boats,
several photos are attached to emphasize this point. The Carrier Four IV has
been used continuously by the Chicago Yacht Club since 1962. The Cleveland
patrol boat is still in service after thirty (20) years and five (5) engines
later. The Maryland Police have thirty nine (39) boats that have been in
continuous service since the mid '60s. The thirty two (32) foot standard
cruiser has a time proven hull design and over five hundred (500) of them
have been built. This is the basis for our ambulance boat. The forty two (42)
foot boat has been the basis of many personal cruisers and is the ideal
platform for laboratory and medical use. The fifty four (54) foot triple cabin
yacht is the largest boat we have made to date. Of the fifteen hundred (1,500)
boats that have been built over the last fifty (50) years our research shows
that over one thousand (1,000) are still in service. The fifty-sixth boat
that left the factory in 1951 is currently being repowered and will soon be
back on the water. We continue to build only this quality of boats.
May we be of service to you?
Health Care Benefits not only manufactures mobile medical units, we also can
build for you complete turn-key hospitals and clinics.
Our expertise lends itself to smaller, 100 bed an under, regional facilities.
50 Bed Community Hospital
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