Sea Fighter to Haiti?
Mind you we are just talking, here. No confirmation, but a little “birdie” told me the FSF-1 Sea Fighter was headed into the Caribbean, near enough to be one of the first vessels on the scene. With her shallow water abilities and huge mission bays, she could be an excellent emergency asset, perhaps a temporary hospital or to transport relief supplies close to shore. I’m just saying, its sounds very feasible, and at least as useful as the giant aircraft carrier on its way (though whatever it takes to help).
These shallow water HSVs are born for such operations, much more so than traditional hulls. Imagine this giant ship, which huge bays but gets right up against the beach. It is an amazing capability, not the least for disaster relief but amphibious operations, and even mothership duties, as we see in this photo below of the HSV Swift refueling the mineship USS Avenger: