Il 17 marzo 2018 SEAIr è stata premiata ancora una volta per il suo know-how e i risultati raggiunti nello sviluppo della “funzione volo” di barche che permettono di ridurre il consumo di carburante.
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On the 17th of March, SEAir was once again rewarded for its expertise and its results around the « flight function » of boats which enable significant fuel economy gains.
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On december 8th, SEAir – represented by founder Richard Forest, naval architect David Raison and head of production Benoît Lequin – was presented with the Nautic Innovation Award 2017.
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SEAir is currently at the Cannes Yachting Festival, the ultimate nautical event of the season, to present one of the most innovative boats of the show: the Flying RIB.
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On January 2017, for the first time, a monohull destined the sail on oceans took flight.
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SEAir, an engineering and design office based in Lorient, France, specialises in the design and integration of the function ‘Fly’ on all types of boats (sailing, motor, regatta, leisure, pro…). Continue reading “Become our expert in automatic control and regulation for flying boats”
After making a Mini 747 fly – a world premiere, SEAir strikes again ! Specialised in making boats fly, SEAir revealed their latest innovation on July 21, 2017 : a Zodiac 5.50 equipped with adjustable and retractable foils. Continue reading “July 12, 2017 : The world’s first flight of a foiled RIB”
Taking place April 5-9, 2017 in Quiberon Bay, La Semaine Affoilante, is organised by the ENVSN partnered with the Team LSA. A unique annual event focused on foil technology that SEAir could not miss.
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SEAir Press release, January, 27th, 2017. “One day, all boats will fly” (Éric Tabarly, 1987).
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