Powering Sustainability with the World’s First Bamboo Tender

Press Release
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

 Powering Sustainability with the World’s First Bamboo Tender Introducing the LAMBOO Tender R1

Lamboo, Inc. continues its mission to develop innovative bamboo products for the maritime industry by introducing a high performance runabout to the international markets. The innovative and aesthetic design of the Lamboo Tender R1 combines the sleek modern intentions of Sigmund Yacht Designer Peter Symonds with the performance features of engineered bamboo components.  The durability and aesthetic integration of these materials makes this tender truly a cutting edge showcase for the nautical market highlighting innovation paired with sustainability. Lamboo is currently supplying premium products into the yacht and tender building industry and this gorgeous tender makes a statement much stronger than just ecofriendly!


Lamboo® Elite Integrated Products:

  • Premium Engineered Bamboo Veneer
  • Premium Engineered Bamboo Components
  • Premium Engineered Bamboo Panels

Lamboo WeaveCore Marine Grade Panels:

  • Engineered Industrial/Structural Panels                                                                                                                  

*All products meet the most stringent of maritime standards and certifications required internationally, and the R1 is designed to far exceed all performance regulations.  
 
Lamboo® Elite™ products are a sustainable alternative to fiberglass; carbon fiber, woods, and plastic composites used within yacht and ship designs, and provide extremely high performance properties in stability, durability, and fire resistance equally matched with aesthetics.


Sigmund Yacht Design, a leading yacht and tender design firm has chosen Lamboo materials due to the strength and performance attributes of Lamboo’s structural engineered bamboo technologies. “This showcase is a key example of both companies’ commitment to integration of environmentally responsible methods matched with innovative engineering of performance materials into the nautical market” said Luke Schuette, Lamboo Founder/CEO.  The clean, functional, and modern design of an internationally leading designer, Peter Symonds will be equipped with the latest propulsion technology with its Steyr hybrid turbo diesel engine and state of the art navigation, electrical, and LED lighting systems.
 
The R1 is offered as a showcase of the Lamboo® Elite™ product series consisting of engineered bamboo panels, components, and veneer that were manufactured specifically for the nautical industry. The construction of this show piece and leading innovator of the boat building industry is Cockwells, a pioneer within yacht and tender building with a vast knowledge in advanced engineering and modern construction techniques.
 
Executives of all three companies will be in attendance at the Monaco Yacht Show 2012 and will be available to communicate with current and new players in the market looking to learn of the most innovative and sustainable showcase on the market.  Please contact us to set up a meeting to discuss the details of the Lamboo Tender R1.
 
 

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