Sealegs commemorates the production of their 1000th boat.
Sealegs release the IKA11
Sealegs releases its large format Amphibious Enablement System (AES) for boats up to 12m metres or 6500kg. Called Sealegs System 100, the new system is designed with the military market in mind.
The IKA-11 was the first boat to utilise Sealegs large format amphibious "System 100". Built as a proof of concept for the system the IKA is optimised for shallow water and riverine missions where land was previously an insurmountable obstacle.
Sealegs Releases World's Largest Amphibious RIB
Sealegs releases its newest and largest amphibious rigid inflatable boat (RIB) to date, the Interceptor 9000.
Sealegs supplies boat to Malaysian Police Force
In conjunction with its Malaysian distributor LMT Maritime SDN BHD, Sealegs have just delivered three commercial 7.1m RIBs to the Malaysian Police Force, with more orders likely later this year.
Sealegs Participates in Waiheke Clean Up
Sealegs lends its land and sea capabilities to Sustainable Coastline’s Love Your Coast Waiheke Island Beach Clean-ups.
Bomba held a fleet of 18 Sealegs amphibious boats, which were used extensively in the weeks and months following severe flooding in 2014, transporting people and supplies, and performing numerous rescues.
Parks and Wildlife Service, Queensland
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service procures a 7.1m Sealegs RIB to help staff gain easier and safer access to the islands they are charged with.
Fire Departments using Sealegs Amphibious Boats:
- Westlake Fire Department
- BOMBA Malaysia
- Angelsea Fire Co.
- Lewisville Fire Department
- Lake City Fire Department
- Italian Fire Department
- Bangkok Fire Department
Starck and Starck
The acclaimed creator Philippe Starck designs his custom-made amphibious boat in collaboration with Sealegs to get the perfect boat for his needs.
Sealegs Coastguard boats
Sealegs amphibious boats are widely used by Coastguard around the world, thanks to their amphibious nature and speed for rapid rescues.
Coastguards using Sealegs include:
- Hibiscus Coastguard (Auckland, NZ)
- Tauranga Coastguard (Tauranga, NZ)
- Broome Sea Rescue (Broome, WA, Australia)