NAIAD ECO-TOURER

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Sealegs International worked in collaboration with Naiad Design (NZ) and Western Australian boat builder Kirby Marine to integrate its System 100 Amphibious Enablement System on three Naiad Eco-tourers for award-winning eco-tourism business Pennicott Wilderness Journeys.

 

Description

Sealegs International worked in collaboration with Naiad Design (NZ) and Western Australian boat builder Kirby Marine to integrate its System 100 Amphibious Enablement System on three Naiad Eco-tourers for award-winning eco-tourism business Pennicott Wilderness Journeys.

The craft are used in Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness area, Wilsons Promontory.

The craft are the result of an 18-month project to design and build eco-tourism vessels suitable for amphibious operation on sensitive natural coastal environments and which satisfies Parks Victoria’s exacting tour operator and activity licence requirements.

The NAIAD ECO-TOURER is powered by twin 350HP Yamaha Outboards, and can reach speeds of 38 knots on water and 9KPH (5.6MPH) on land.

Specifications

Length overall (Wheels up) 13.29m (43’7″)
Hull length overall (not incl. wheels) 11.97m (39’3″)
Height – wheels down 4.08m (13’4.6″)
Beam overall 4.1m (13’5″)
Draft 0.98m (3’2.6″)
Hull deadrise at transom 23 degrees
Max passengers 30
Fuel capacity – petrol Below deck 1000 litre
Top speed on water 38 knots (max)
Top speed on land 9kph (max)
Maximum outboard 2x 350HP
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