Sealegs International Limited to attend Ocean Marina Pattaya Boat Show 2018

Event Calendar Press Releases Wednesday November 21, 2018 17:16
Bangkok--21 Nov--Sealegs International Limited
Sealegs International Limited will be attending the Ocean Marina Pattaya Boat Show 2018, held at Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Pattaya City, Thailand.

Sealegs will have on display the first all-aluminium cabin craft to land in Thailand – the Stabicraft 2100 ST, fully customised with a range of Sealegs options including: a Yamaha 250HP Electronic outboard engine, an extended roof, 250L fuel tank, 35HP inboard engine upgrade, and Fusion Marine entertainment system with 4x Signature Series speaker upgrade.

Sealegs International is the world's leading manufacturer of amphibious marine craft.

Sealegs amphibious technology was conceived as a solution to a problem. The problem: all the hassle and time involved with launching and retrieving a boat from a beach front property. The solution: Sealegs Amphibious Marine Craft, which drive on land without compromising on-water performance.

Now a fully patented and consistently proven technology, Sealegs has developed and grown at a phenomenal rate with an impressive global coverage. There are over 1300 Sealegs craft in more than 50 countries around the world, some of which have been applied to military and rapid response applications ranging from India's Anti-Terrorism Unit and the Malaysian Commando Unit to the New Zealand Coast Guard.

The business builds and sells its patented technology, including amphibious enablement kits and amphibious craft up to nine metres long, from its factory in Auckland, New Zealand. It also works with international boat builders to integrate its Amphibious Enablement Systems to third-party-designed craft.

Sealegs are valued worldwide as commercial and flood rescue craft, both of which are found in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, United States of America, and Fiji.

Two of the largest international rescue fleets are located in Malaysia and Fiji. The former is used in various government departments including the Fire Department (BOMBA) as fire response and flood rescue craft and the latter by the National Management Disaster Office (NDMO) to assist in emergency response situations and natural disasters.

You can read more on both applications here:
Malaysia Fire Department – https://www.sealegsprofessional.com/bomba.html
Fiji NDMO – https://www.sealegsprofessional.com/ndmo.html

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