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Experience the amphibious advantage

You’ll find that traversing the terrain between sea and land is always a breeze. The 600C Catamaran features all time 4WD and comes with a 440mm ground clearance when travelling in land mode to prevent the likelihood of damage. And negotiating soft sand is a breeze!

Unlimited 4WD Run-Time: In an industry first, the 600C has unlimited run-time whilst in land-mode so the vessel can explore much further without risk of overheating. This makes access to the water much more convenient, regardless of distance. More beach within reach!

Slip Limiting Traction Control: Traction control is easier than ever before with a push button interface located on the drive joystick. This enables the user to quickly engage traction control when navigating challenging terrain. The drive system is all-wheel with limited-slip differentials that put all the torque into the wheels attaining the best traction.

Our square extruded leg assemblies provide complete optimisation for maximum strength, reliability and weight reduction.

They resist extreme torsion loads while providing a lightweight robust structure. Machined aluminium billets are welded together to form market leading amphibious leg assemblies. Internally mounted leg brackets form part of the hull structure, minimising transom intrusion. It’s an engineered solution designed to enhance performance while maintaining a class leading safety factor.

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