Nouvoyage Introduces the Limousine Tender 33

Press Release
Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Patented Technology for the World’s Premiere Luxury Amphibious Yacht
 
 

Nouvoyage, LLC—the innovator of amphibious craft for luxury and commercial market sectors—is proud to introduce the Limousine Tender 33, the first-of-its-kind luxury amphibious yacht.
 

In addition to working on military and commercial applications of its technology, Nouvoyage has been analyzing marine sectors, with particular attention to the superyacht market in order to identify a compelling application for its amphibious platform. The result is the world’s first amphibious limousine tender, capable of delivering owners and guests to both water and land destinations in ultimate luxury and style.

“Nouvoyage recognized that, historically, amphibious vehicles have been plagued with reliability and performance limitations due to their complex mechanical systems, preventing this dual purpose platform from ever achieving large scale deployment,” says Martin Bodley, Nouvoyage’s Chief Executive Officer. “Nouvoyage has created a platform that breaks through these known barriers with a patented design combining mechanical simplicity with state-of-the-art technologies drawn from leading commercial, military and racing industry advancements. Our platform will benefit existing uses of amphibious vehicles as well as opening doors for many new applications and industries,” he continues.

Nouvoyage’s quantum improvements include dramatically higher speeds, increased land and water range, simple and reliable drivelines, better fuel efficiency, open water classification, climate controlled spaces, convertible roofs and windows, luxury interiors, a restroom onboard, to name but a few.

 
Bodley comments, “In addition to technological breakthroughs, we’ve paid close attention to being green. Nouvoyage amphibious yachts and vehicles are environmentally designed with rugged commercial series diesel electric drivelines enabling significantly less fuel consumption. The revolutionary design realizes considerable and unprecedented reliability resulting in worry-free operation and maintenance savings compared to similarly sized vehicles.”

 
Nouvoyage is pleased to formally introduce the Nouvoyage Limousine Tender 33’ for the superyacht and resort properties markets and to capture the imagination of the luxury consumer. These custom vehicles have many bespoke design areas allowing the owner to personalize the fit out. The Limousine Tender 33 is ideal for road and waterway transportation, combining high performance, sophistication and adventure for the most discerning clients and their guests.

 
Nouvoyage is currently accepting orders for the Limousine Tender 33.

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