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RIB Technohull SEADNA 999 – the Legend

Got 80 knots? RIB manufacturer Technohull does. The builder has launched the 34-foot SeaDNA 999, and it may knock your socks (hats, sunglasses and anything not properly secured) off. The Greece-based builder created this RIB for extreme performance with outboard options ranging from twin 250 to twin 450 hp outboards, offering top-end speeds from 68 to 90 knots. 3 Layout Options: Technohull offers three bow options for the SeaDNA 999. Choose from the Open, Delta and Cabin: With the Open layout there’s a standard V-shaped settee forward. Delta gives you a sunpad covering the entire bow. The Cabin layout has a double berth and an enclosed head. She is 34 feet length overall, with a 9-foot beam.

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RIB Technohull SEADNA 999 G6

The seaDNA 999 (10.0m) twin ventilated stepped hull is a high performance RIB, excellent quality and low fuel consumptions are combined with the comfortable living in it’s very beatiful and elegant spaces constitute a complete compact which can offer only moments of joy and adrenaline high doses to it’s happy owners. This powerboat is the ideal choice for long distance offshore journeys offering smooth ride and excellent fuel efficiency. SeaDNA 999 is a real high performer with maximum registered horsepower of twin 450 and able to reach speed of 90 mph. Technohull SeaDNA 999 is a RIB with huge range of choices in colours, designs, materials, selection of accessories even adopting design solutions. The fact that the space between the bow and the console can be converted into a dinette, depending on the customer’s choice by adding a semicircular sofa and a round table, is something indicative. Built for single or twin outboards or sterndrives, she offers several seating options and a spacious deck with possibility for separate built-in marine toilet. SeaDNA 999 promises to satisfy both your sport and leisure intentions! Configurations nose: Delta – Open Configurations back: Classic Sundeck – Straight – U-Shape – Inboard

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