I would like to invite you to checkout the videos of the epic expedition: RIBbing for Artic from our Greek friends. Take some time off and be part of the great team lead by Thomas Panagiotopoulos, a friend of RIBs ONLY.
Meet the crew of this breath-taking adventure using a Suzuki powered Seafighter Y36.
The design of the cabin and its deck was perfectly adapted to their needs, offering a high level of ergonomics and functionality.
In mid-2020, ExoTechnologies acquired 360 Quantillion, an innovative and specialist composite materials research organisation.
This collaboration of advanced composite material expertise and specialist engineering knowledge has developed a pioneering resource efficiency technology called DANU™ which is capable of accelerating the green transition to circularity for composite material used in maritime craft, ballistic resistance, wind turbine blades, automotive solutions, aircraft construction, food processing etc.
So far, the development team has already produced a full-scoped maritime craft solution and ballistic resistant solution ready for scalable production to commercialise this novel technology.
DANU™ has exceptional strength capable of being recovered, recycled and reused repeatedly.
Get in touch with Chief Innovations Officer at ExoTechnologies, Jeroen Wats to take a dive into its mission about sustainability, resource-efficiency and circular economy.
Honestly I knew them only mostly for small, regular RIBs en tenders. But boy, was I wrong when I came across this video…
Apex Boats has a plant in wonderful* Costa Rica. It’s located in La Guacima, with a space of 4,000 m2 with an indoor 2,000 m2 infrastructure and very high ceilings for ventilation.
Take a look inside their shipyard. The RIB with the red front tubes at 01:03 and the one with the blue top are quite impressive amongst all the smaller ones.
*This place is recognized by National Geographic, as the second best climate in the world (altitude and dry microclimate combination gives us a relatively low humidity), atmospheric pressure compresses the remaining moisture in the soil, for working at less than 75% moisture, which is essential for the bonding process.