Island business launches worlds first fully recyclable power boat
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Company says sustainable materials give it longer life
An Isle of Man based company has launched the worlds first fully recyclable power boat – and it will be used for patrols by Police Scotland.
ExoTechnologies, based in Douglas, produced the vessel entirely out of sustainable and recyclable material.
According to the company’s chief innovation officer, the workboat has a longer life than that of a normal boat because it has more ‘stronger’ and sustainable material.
Once its come to the end of its lifespan, it can be recycled to something else.
Jeroen Wats says its a milestone for the company:
Fully recyclable police boat
Seawork has been celebrating another ground-breaking launch this week at the Ultimate Boat stand with the world’s first fully recyclable police boat taking centre stage.
Providing a pathway for the next generation in the industry and showing what recycling efficiencies can look like, the 11m ‘Police Boat’ has been attracting a lot of attention at Seawork, both with its striking look but, perhaps more importantly its forward thinking design prowess.
UK firm unveils fully recyclable composite boatbuilding material
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ExoTechnologies is seeking to raise capital to scale its recyclable DANU technology worldwide…
Police Scotland launches first-ever fully recyclable boat
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SEARCH and rescue teams will be assisted by the first-ever fully recyclable boat as Police Scotland’s Dive and Marine Unit expands its fleet.
Fitted with the latest technology and design features, the vessel will boost officers’ response to incidents in the water such as missing person searches, event patrols, body recovery and intelligence-led searches as part of investigations.
The force was
British boat builder Ultimate Boats delivers the world’s first fully recyclable boat to Police Scotland
ExoTechnologies said its first commercial vessel is being delivered to Police Scotland, built from its fully recyclable DANUTM composite material technology. ExoTechnologies says DANUTM is the most resource-efficient composite material on the planet. The Police Scotland boat has a top speed of 50 knots and operating range of 400 nautical miles.
Sentient International Interview of Jeroen Wats from ExoTechnologies
Sustainability can be defined as ‘the avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance’.
In a fast pace and continuously evolving industry like yachting, it is to no surprise that we are seeing more and more companies searching for, developing, selling and promoting ‘sustainable’ products. But, is the industry making headway in its efforts to make yachting a more sustainable sector or there still a long way to go with crucial mistakes still being made?
We recently spoke with Jeroen Wats, Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Exo Technologies Limited, to find out more about the need for sustainable solutions within the yachting industry.
AWARD NOMINATION AT THE BOAT BUILDERS AWARDS
We have just received the incredibly exciting news that The Ultimate Boat Company has been shortlisted for the Environmental Initiative Award at the Metstrade 2021 Boat Builder Awards sponsored by Confindustria Nautica.
Over the last eighteen months, we have been working closely with ExoTechnologies
Powerboat company ExoTechnologies buoyed by chance meeting on a ski lift
A chance meeting on a chair lift while skiing in Colorado has brought together a former US Navy rear admiral and an Irish business recovery consultant to create a UK tech firm developing a fully recyclable and bullet-proof powerboat for a government agency.
The boat is being assembled in the UK using an innovative new hull design and composite material made by Isle of Man-based ExoTechnologies, led by founder and chief executive Shane Mugan, 48. – read more – Powerboat company ExoTechnologies buoyed by chance meeting on a ski lift | Business | The Times