Built by Yachtwerft Meyer Special Operation Crafts. Combat swimmer training and safety boat for the German Navy.Read More
If you want to be innovative you have to think outside the box and challenge the status quo.
Then you have to design it, 3D print it or make a mock-up, test it again, get feedback, design it again, test again etc. until there is a minimum viable product (MVP) that can be installed in a boat.
Then comes the practical test. Depending on the outcomes, the proces starts again. This is how I do it in my line of work.
Too many people forget that before we can buy seats, RIBs, engines etc. there was a whole process before.
Sometimes this process comes with significant investments. So when you buy such things, you buy a lot of experience and craftsmanship as well. Quality comes at a price.
Ullman is known for its innovations and very thorough testing to provide the the most tested and best shock absorbing seats on the market. They have decades of experience.Read More
The Class 300 Rescue Boats, all weather and self-righting vessels, are designed for the Maritime rescue service (SAR) and are able to operate individually or simultaneously with airplanes, helicopters or other aircrafts, even in adverse weather and sea conditions. Shipyard: CodecasaRead More
Flagship model of the zeppelin range (2013. You can find it in a version equipped with Ullman seats.Read More
RIB with aluminum hull and D-tubes made to measure for Maritime Rescue.
Developed based on the Vanguard TX Series, they are 7.5 meter long vessels equipped with 150hp engines, a deep V military design hull to operate in open waters and specifications for rescue, intervention and rescue on the high seas.Read More
Following the success of the hard hull Interceptor, Iguana Pro is proud to present the 10m Interceptor RIB.Read More
SOLAS slam testing in Iceland of a RIB Rafnar 850. The shortest and coolest video ever …Read More