Amphibious tender launchedJan 6, 2013 by Guest Writer
Boston-based Nouvoyage has introduced the Limousine Tender 33, a luxury amphibious yacht that travels on land as well as on land.
Historically, amphibious vehicles have been plagued with reliability and performance limitations due to their complex mechanical systems, said Martin Bodley, Nouvoyage chief executive officer.
Nouvoyage’s design combines mechanical simplicity with state-of-the-art technologies drawn from the commercial, military and racing industries, the company said in a statement.
Nouvoyage’s improvements include higher speeds, increased land and water range, simple and reliable drivelines, better fuel efficiency, open water classification, climate controlled spaces, convertible roofs and windows, luxury interiors and a restroom onboard.
The tender is designed with commercial series diesel electric drivelines. For more information, visit www.nouvoyage.com.
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