Rodman 58
Surveillance Patrol Boat of medium length, reaching maximum speeds of 35 knots, a perfect craft for coastal surveillance tasks thanks to the combination of high performance and equipment, providing accommodation for 5 crew members.

Rodman 55
This model is one of the most reputable and more demanded to our Shipyard. Her unique design makes this high speed patrol boat to offer the best performance and maneuverability available nowadays, reaching maximum speeds up to 67 knots. This craft is perfect for sea intervention operations where quick reaction is one of the differential elements.

Rodman 46
With a length of 14 m., her excellent design allows this Patrol Boat to reach maximum speed of 67 knots. The versatility of this boat is appropriated for accomplishing different operations, from high speed patrolling to pilot boat tasks.

Rodman 38
11m. in length, this Patrol Boat reaches speeds of 55 knots, suitable for intervention and surveillance tasks in coastal areas.

Rodman 33
The latest model developed up to date. This High Speed Patrol Boat reaches 55 knots due to the excellent design of her hull. This fast craft is particularly suitable for coastal surveillance and intervention operations where speed is a key element.


Model 24h
The ISO 9650 standard is intended to improve and harmonise design standards for Liferafts. It distinguishes 2 categories of rafts: “Type 1” for ocean navigation and “Type 2” for coastal navigation (the ISO 9650 standard does not impose any limit between coastal and open sea sailing). Open Sea ISO 9650 rafts belong to the Type 1 category, ie they are designed for sailing on the open sea, and are thus adapted to the risks incurred on long voyages (high winds and heavy seas). They are available in Group A: rafts designed to inflate correctly at an ambient air temperature of between -15°C and 65°C. The Open Sea ISO 9650 rafts are produced with equipment for less than or more than 24 hours. In order to meet the needs of your sailing programme (long distances, trips, etc.), the under-24 hours version can be transformed with the greatest of ease into the over-24 hours version with the addition of a grab bag. Buoyant and watertight, it contains the supplementary equipment necessary when you have to wait longer to be rescued, and is equipped with an attachment system for increased safety.

Traho 600 Drop Bow
Flat-bottomed boat for commercial applications, designed specifically for emergency services. Very durable and impact resistant construction. Made of aluminum with a thickness of 4 mm with additional bottom reinforcements. Unsinkable due to displacement chambers, self-draining deck. Lockable lockers. The front deck for easy loading through the bow. The ability to mount an additional central bench. Many other optional equipment such as roll bow, paddle holders, battery holder, rack for fixing navigation lights and other accessories. Built to order.

Traho 600
Flat-bottomed boat for commercial applications, designed specifically for emergency services. Very durable and impact resistant construction. Made of aluminum with a thickness of 4 mm with additional bottom reinforcements. Unsinkable due to displacement chambers, self-draining deck. Lockable lockers. The front deck for easy loading through the bow. The ability to mount an additional central bench. Many other optional equipment such as roll bow, paddle holders, battery holder, rack for fixing navigation lights and other accessories. Built to order.

Professionals
Aquanaut Yachting Holland has been a leading name in the watersportsworld for 50 years. The company offers a wide range of motorcruiser equipment. With a team of 50 craftsmen, Aquanaut Yachting Holland builds from steel, the widely known Aquanaut motor yachts. The yachts are built in lengths of 10 to 17 meters in 6 model-lines with over 35 variations. From laying the keel to the final quality control , everything is done within the company. In fact we are the first yacht builder in the Netherlands to qualify for the ISO 9001 certificate to equivalent and we have to abide by the most stringent quality controls. Why choose for Aquanaut ? From design until delivery everything is made under the same roof. Flexibility in interior and exterior Lloyds register ISO 9001 quality assurance More than 45 years of experience Paintsystem from one company

Colecraft Trip boats
Canal trip boats built in Warwickshire Colecraft can design and build a wide variety of canal or inland trip boats according to your specifications. Amongst the boats built since 2010, two have been supplied to the Longleat Safari Park, twelve for the Olympic Games in 2012, plus the Sheldrake III and The Pirate Prince in London. You can speak to our friendly and professional staff for more details. .


Nordic Tug 54
The birth of a classic. The idea that grew to become today's Nordic Tugs had its origin in the fuel crisis of the mid-1970s: build a fuel-stingy vessel that combined the attributes important to the cruising powerboater. It proved to be one of those rare ideas not only appropriate for its time, but an idea whose virtues are still relevant today... Our story begins in the early `70s, when Jerry Husted purchased Blue Water Boats, a company that manufactured double-ended ocean ketches of the Norwegian "Ingrid" design, from Jim Musser. Musser introduced Husted to Lynn Senour, the naval architect who designed the interiors and rigs of Musser's boat. That combination of circumstances proved prophetic.

Nordic Tug 49
The birth of a classic. The idea that grew to become today's Nordic Tugs had its origin in the fuel crisis of the mid-1970s: build a fuel-stingy vessel that combined the attributes important to the cruising powerboater. It proved to be one of those rare ideas not only appropriate for its time, but an idea whose virtues are still relevant today... Our story begins in the early `70s, when Jerry Husted purchased Blue Water Boats, a company that manufactured double-ended ocean ketches of the Norwegian "Ingrid" design, from Jim Musser. Musser introduced Husted to Lynn Senour, the naval architect who designed the interiors and rigs of Musser's boat. That combination of circumstances proved prophetic.

Nordic Tug 42
The idea that grew to become today's Nordic Tugs had its origin in the fuel crisis of the mid-1970s: build a fuel-stingy vessel that combined the attributes important to the cruising powerboater. It proved to be one of those rare ideas not only appropriate for its time, but an idea whose virtues are still relevant today... Our story begins in the early `70s, when Jerry Husted purchased Blue Water Boats, a company that manufactured double-ended ocean ketches of the Norwegian "Ingrid" design, from Jim Musser. Musser introduced Husted to Lynn Senour, the naval architect who designed the interiors and rigs of Musser's boat.

Nordic Tug 39
With the nostalgic appeal and notable fuel economy (1/2 gallon per hour at 6-1/2 knots), Nordic Tugs became an immediate success. Yachting Magazine had this to say about the innovative design, "There is something about a tugboat that makes people take to it instantly. Women want to mother it and grown men grin when they see one. Perhaps it's because so many of us learned to love `Lil Toot.` Tugs were always tubby, likeable characters, brightly painted and doers of heroic deeds."

Nordic Tug 34
The idea that grew to become today's Nordic Tugs had its origin in the fuel crisis of the mid-1970s: build a fuel-stingy vessel that combined the attributes important to the cruising powerboater. It proved to be one of those rare ideas not only appropriate for its time, but an idea whose virtues are still relevant today... Our story begins in the early `70s, when Jerry Husted purchased Blue Water Boats, a company that manufactured double-ended ocean ketches of the Norwegian "Ingrid" design, from Jim Musser. Musser introduced Husted to Lynn Senour, the naval architect who designed the interiors and rigs of Musser's boat. That combination of circumstances proved prophetic.


Nordic Tug 26
Nordic Tugs went on to build two versions of the original 26' design, originally named the Red Apple, a cruiser, and the Cricket, a short cabin, open-aft deck model used primarily as a fishing vessel. The two boats were presented at the Oakland Boat Show and over 18,000 people stopped by to check out the newest boating sensation. The stylish, well-built boats with their fuel-efficient design and flexible cruising speeds proved to have lasting appeal. In 1982, the Northwest Marine Trade Association (NMTA) dubbed Nordic Tugs "one of the biggest success stories of a largely depressed pleasure boat construction scene."

Avon Modula Liferaft Lite - 4/6 Persons
A new addition to the Avon range is the Modula series, a well respected range of liferafts offering high quality design, materials arid performance... the results of many years of experience in the fields of aeronautical safety equipment. The Modula is available in either a unique modular designed fibreglass canister with optional extra attachable containers or in a specially developed valise. The Modula range otters high quality liferafts packed to exceptionally small dimensions and extremely light in weight.

Avon Coastline Liferaft - 6 Perons
The Avon Coastline buoyancy tube is divided into two separate chambers. The Coastline liferaft also uses a high-quality inflation system. Whilst Avon Coastline rafts are intended for use close to shore, where the chances of an early rescue are far greater, the emergency pack still complies with the standard laid down by the Offshore Racing Committee of the Royal Ocean Racing Club.

Avon Ocean Liferaft - 8 Persons
The Avon standard Ocean-going liferaft has many features, including vacuum packing for extra stowed protection, more internal headroom, easier boarding, greater night time visibility, and a new weighted ladder. The buoyancy tubes are made of tough heavy-duty nylon, calendered with a specially formulated neoprene, for maximum air retention and resistance to weathering. Each of the two independent buoyancy tubes is capable of supporting the full complement the raft has been designed for, whilst retaining the full floor area. The standard inflatable double floor helps to retain body heat in cold waters.

Avon Ocean Liferaft - 6 Persons
The Avon standard Ocean-going liferaft has many features, including vacuum packing for extra stowed protection, more internal headroom, easier boarding, greater night time visibility, and a new weighted ladder. The buoyancy tubes are made of tough heavy-duty nylon, calendered with a specially formulated neoprene, for maximum air retention and resistance to weathering. Each of the two independent buoyancy tubes is capable of supporting the full complement the raft has been designed for, whilst retaining the full floor area. The standard inflatable double floor helps to retain body heat in cold waters.



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