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Am­phibi­ous eco-tourism ves­sels in­cor­po­rat­ing Sealegs’ ro­bust Sys­tem 100 will ex­plore Aus­tralia’s coastal wilder­ness with­out spoil­ing it.

The first of three new 12.8m am­phibi­ous craft joined the fleet of eco-tourism busi­ness Pen­ni­cott Wilder­ness Jour­neys in Septem­ber to work Vic­to­ria’s largest coastal wilder­ness area, Wil­sons Promon­tory.

Sealegs In­ter­na­tional col­lab­o­rated with Na­iad De­sign (NZ) and Western Aus­tralian boat builder Kirby Ma­rine to in­te­grate its Sys­tem 100 Am­phibi­ous En­able­ment Sys­tem (AES) on the three new Na­iad Eco-tour­ers. The re­main­ing two ves­sels are sched­uled for Jan­uary 2019 de­liv­ery.

Sealegs works along­side boat­builders glob­ally on new op­por­tu­ni­ties to com­mer­cialise the Sys­tem 100, which sup­ports the am­phibi­ous op­er­a­tion of large ves­sels.

Sys­tem 100 AES is avail­able on or­der world­wide as a stand­alone sys­tem to es­tab­lished boat­builders with an ap­proved de­sign.

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