Prowler 1040 GTR Dive platform has been taken from the standard 1040 GTR design, and stripped back to the bare essentials and packed with featuring for divers.
The centralised seating and open areas facilitate gearing up and entering and exiting the water, as well as benches for passengers while underway. The rear of the bridgedeck has an opening gate for launching and retreiving divers.
The initial design has electric propulsion, meaning this vessel is completely eco-friendly and green for the environment. The lightweight Duflex panels and composite materials mean she will be pushed along easily with smaller electric engines and can utilise and battery bank and solar power.
More information will be available in the coming weeks on the 1040 GTR Dive, however if you'd like to register your interest please contact us.
The Prowler 1100 Water Taxi is a commercial charter vessel suited to ferrying passengers or transferring people or goods. The design is based on the Prowler 1100 hulls and has been adapted to house ample passenger seating, as well as standing area and a driving console.
Outboard engines are utilised on this design, meaning she can tilt the engines are get close to shore for embarking and disembarking of guests.
Perfect for use in the resort and leisure industry, the Water Taxi design is simple, easy to build therefore cost effective, and provides safety and a comfortable ride.
More detailed design information, study plans and specifications are coming very shortly.
The Euro 1480 Bi-Plane is a new custom design commissioned by a client wanting to think outside the box and utilise the bi-plane rig on a commercial vessel. The concept suits commercial work well due to it's simplicity and the outward situated masts mean that the interior bridgedeck space can be utilised more effectively.
The interior layout of the Euro 1480 Bi-Plane features a large main cabin with ensuite situated forward on the bridgedeck, with a walk-around galley behind leading out to a large cockpit with plenty of seating for guests. Two queen cabins are located down in each hull, with their own toilet and shower and a smaller berth forward.
This layout would suit skippered chartering with crew occupying one cabin and guests in the main cabin, or any desired combination. The bi-plane rig means easy sailing and sail handling with minimal sail controls cluttering the deck space.
The Arrow 1500DC is an open bridgedeck version of the popular Arrow 1500 cruising design, utilising the 100% flat panel construction and catering to charter operations and commercial applications. She has capacity for 32 guests with a focus on sailing ability to give customers a true multihull experience.
The Arrow Series of performance cruising catamarans has been steadily gaining popularity due to the modern angular styling and 100% flat panel construction method. With this in mind, a new commercial version of the Arrow 1500 design has been commissioned for day charter work - the Arrow 1500DC (Day Charter). This open bridgedeck vessel gives a practical layout with ample seating for a healthy number of passengers and with accomodations for crew.
The sailing ability will not be impacted too heavily and fully loaded she will perform well even in light winds, reducing costs of having to run engines and giving passengers a true sailing experience. Her shallow draft allows her to nose into sandy beaches easily to embark and disembark passengers and to load or unload equipment and supplies. Available either as a pre-cut kit or this vessel can be quoted by any of our professional or production builders. For more information, please contact us. Study plans and detailed specifications are coming soon.