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Lancer Industries Ltd has delivered the first Transom Marina System

'35 metres of dock created in just 35 minutes using the Lancer Airodock system'    Ronald Winstone    Click Here to view large photo

Lancer Industries has extended the Airodock range and delivered the first Super Yacht Marina System

AiroDock at Brown’s Island -  Ronald Winstone  
M.V. Ulysses has received a 41 square meter Airodock Transom Marina, made up of three independently deployed docks. The Airodock marina creates more than 35 extra metres of fully fendered mooring space and a huge extended bathing platform.

A Ulysses representative said 'We were so pleased with the trial of the Airodock Beach, we worked with Lancer to customise the concept to fit our needs. What we have achieved is an ideal water access, perfect for mooring jet skis, tenders and other water toys'.

At the delivery demonstration the full dock was deployed within 30 minutes and it took a similar amount of time to recover. Operation is simple and anyone with inflatable boat experience can handle the Airodock.

One of the strengths of Airodock’s design is its simple construction. Docks are built to order, accommodating individual customer needs such as length, shape or layout including making use of existing deck fittings. It is light, strong, safe, and stable as well as being extremely versatile. Construction and delivery are fast, making the Airodock very cost effective compared with traditional docking systems.

Airodock uses a specially designed commercial grade Hypalon that forms a flat and consistent shape. The structure supports 200kgs per square metre which makes a stable and comfortable platform.

Airodock is in service all over the world from Super Yachts to water front property beach access. Anywhere that requires short to medium term water level access and dockage

For further information please click here or contact Jamie Lowe on Jamie@lancer.co.nz or +649 837 1206.

You can literally walk on water with the Lancer Airodock -  Ronald Winstone   Click Here to view large photo

Moored boat on the Lancer Airodock -  Ronald Winstone   Click Here to view large photo

Lancer AiroDock viewed from the lazarette on Ulysses -  Ronald Winstone   Click Here to view large photo

Airodock astern of Ulysses -  Ronald Winstone   Click Here to view large photo

Inflation takes just 35 minutes for the Lancer Airodock -  Ronald Winstone   Click Here to view large photo

Spirit of Adventure uses an Airodock for easier boarding -  Ronald Winstone   Click Here to view large photo

Having fun on the Airodock at Piha -  Ronald Winstone  

Airodock astern of Ulysses -  Ronald Winstone   Click Here to view large photo

Airodock allows you to just sit on the water, if you wish -  Ronald Winstone   Click Here to view large photo


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