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Growing market for eco-friendly marine solutions drive sales at Dubai Boat Show
The growing appetite for eco-friendly marine solutions in the yachting world was evident at this year’s Dubai International Boat Show, when ASIS Boats reported record sales of their revolutionary electric jet tenders.
Enjoying its global debut this year’s show, the 3.2m electric jet driven support craft offers a more efficient, economical and convenient alternative to traditional fuel-powered tenders.
Commenting on the exceptional response to the launch of the new tender, Roy Nouhra, Founder & President of ASIS Boats said: “Interest in our new product has been overwhelming, not only with the number of immediate sales at the show, but also the significant number of enquiries we have received from boat owners around the world. It is clear that a new cleaner and more eco-friendly alternative for support craft is very attractive for the yachting world, particularly as our product doesn’t compromise on power or performance.
“The electric jet tender also improves safety on board yachts, alleviating the need to carry tanks of highly flammable fuel and additional haz mat equipment on board.”
Always at the forefront of engineering innovation, ASIS Boats invest heavily in Research & Development to ensure they remain ahead with pioneering products that respond to customers’ specific requirements. As a manufacturer ASIS Boats applies environmentally-conscious policies across all areas of its business.
A manufacturer and supplier of military, government, security, coastguard and industry marine craft around the world, ASIS Boats are unparalled in their speed, manoeuvrability, reliability, seaworthiness, safety and stability in the most adverse conditions, in all climates and at the highest speeds. One of the few manufacturers in the world to gain US Coastguard Sub-Chapter T approval, ASIS Boats has both European CE approval, as well as US-certification from NMMA, SOLAS and ABYC bodies.For more info, click here
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