SEALEGS SYSTEM 100 FOR OZ
Amphibious eco-tourism vessels incorporating Sealegs’ robust System 100 will explore Australia’s coastal wilderness without spoiling it.
The first of three new 12.8m amphibious craft joined the fleet of eco-tourism business Pennicott Wilderness
Journeys in September to work Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness area, Wilsons Promontory.
Sealegs International collaborated with Naiad Design (NZ) and Western Australian boat builder Kirby Marine to integrate its System 100 Amphibious Enablement System (AES) on the three new Naiad Eco-tourers. The remaining two vessels are scheduled for January 2019 delivery.
Sealegs works alongside boatbuilders globally on new opportunities to commercialise the System 100, which supports the amphibious operation of large vessels.
System 100 AES is available on order worldwide as a standalone system to established boatbuilders with an approved design.