• Light aluminum; only marine-grade aluminum (grade 5052/5083) is being used. Salt resistant, no rust, and a very long life. Additionally fully recyclable.. if that will ever be the issue.
  • Sharp V-shape, progressively from the bow to the mirror for directional stability, speed and stability.
  • By putting longitudinal folds in the soil and the application of a solid floor (Classic and Ocean Master) there is a high degree of rigidity in the structure that is beneficial to the sailing characteristics.
  • Each hull undergoes multiple dipping operations, prior powder coating is applied electrostatically and "baked" in the oven. As a result, a strong and maintenance-free hard outer layer is applied. Electrolysis is prevented.
  • Equipped with lifting eyes to Davits and a towing eye to pull the tender on board.
  • Also, two towing eyes on the mirror.
  • Additional reinforcement of the mirror on the fuselage to be powerful enough for engines to hang from them.
  • The air cushions (tubes) can be made by hand.
  • Hypalon or PVC: There is a choice between tubes of Hypalon or PVC. The use of PVC when in the Benelux is possible if your tender doesn't constantly stay in the sun every summer season. PVC is made up from a glass fiber core with PVC layers on the inside and outside. Plasticizers provide a relaxation of the material. The joints and seams are heat-welded. Hypalon neoprene has a core that is fully vulcanized. It has the property of being highly resistant to UV radiation and is therefore more suitable in warm places. The joints are glued. The material density is large. It definitely has a longer life than PVC.