Long-lasting hull from pressed polyethylene. Cheaper in repairing than fiberglass one. Minor repairs in 5 minutes.
Computer tested and sea proof! Get higher ECE than gasoline engines. Full completion for electric motor.
Modern materials or boat construction. Stable fishing boats. Economical price.
100% SAVING FUEL
100% benefit from refitting gasoline engines. Fast payback and conversion benefits. FREE calculation and consultation.
We use extruded industrial high-quality polythene PE100 and PE500 in the boat construction.
- Persistent mechanical properties;
- Endurance to abrasive wear;
- Low coefficient of friction;
- Durable to UV and acids;
- Resistance to mechanical problems
- Absorption lack;
- Operating temperatures -100 +80;
- Mechanical engineering, fluttering
- Food industry;
- Packaging equipment;
- Nuclear industry;
- The medicine;
What we offer
Gasoline and diesel engine re-equipment
Gasoline or diesel engine re-equipment from 30 hp and electric motor 10 kW - 4700$ (price without battery)
We are fishing professionals, who know how to save fuel. This helps to make bigger profits.
We are converting an old gasoline engine into an electro one. It adapts it to the custom usage needs, which withstand up to 3 tons of cargo. We guarantee payback in one season
**payback depends on your experience and catch
Gasoline or diesel engine re-equipment from 30 hp and electric motor 20 kW - 5500$ (price without battery)
A more powerful electric motor with which you can not only confidently pull a load of 3 tons, but also save the battery from over-discharge while increasing the service life.
Your electric motor will surprise your competitors, and your earnings from fishing will be even more profitable!
Understand, in heaven they only say that about the sea. How infinitely beautiful it is. About the sunset that they saw. About how the sun, plunging into the waves, became scarlet, like blood. And they felt that the sea absorbed the energy of the luminary in itself, and the sun was tamed, and the fire was already burned out in the depths. And you? What do you tell them? After all, you have never been to the sea. Up there you will be christened a sucker.