These vessels are revolutionising the way tourists experience nature! Spectacular scenery and wildlife experiences are combined with maximimum comfort, viewing opportunities and the exhilaratation of a high-speed craft.
11.3m Naiad 'Arafura' Eco-tourer for Outback Spirit Tours
A new concept for use in the Arafura Sea, Arnhem Land for exclusive tour company - Outback Spirit Tours. A trio of 250hp outboards power this vessel giving it an effortless 25 knot cruising speed. Click here to view another image of this eco-tourer in action.Read review
12.5m Naiad Eco-tourer for Rockingham Wild Encounters
This eco-tourer was designed for Rockingham Wild Encounters Ecotourism Group for their Dolphin Watch Adventure Cruises. It is powered by three 350HP Yamaha outboard motors and designed for speed, safety, comfort and to go where other boats can't. Click here to view another image of this '100% wild' Eco-tourer in action.
12.5m Naiad Eco-tourers for Tasman Island Cruises
We have now delivered 5 of these vessels to Tasman Island Cruises - another venture by the award winning Bruny Island Cruises. The company is rated as one of the best Eco-tourer experiences in the world! Click here to view an image of another two of the fleet.
12.5m Naiad Eco-tourer for Rottnest Express
Rottnest Express have added the ever popular 12.5m Eco-tourer to their fleet. The 'Parakeet Bay Express' is used to tour Rottnest Island and gives the Company a high profile and advantage over their competitors. Click here to view another image of the Rottnest Express Eco-tourer in action.Read review
12.5m Naiad 'Silver Gull' Eco-tourer for Tasman Cruises
We have now delivered 5 of these vessels to Tasman Island Cruises - another venture by the award winning Bruny Island Cruises. The company is rated as one of the best Eco-tourer experiences in the world!Read review
12.8m Naiad Eco-tourer for Pennicott Wilderness Journeys
The latest vessel to be rolled out for Pennicott Wilderness Journeys is the largest Naiad Sealegs in the world, manufactured in Henderson and on its way to service at Victoria's Wilsons Promontory for yet another of Robert Pennicott's Eco Tourism mega operations! Built for 30 passengers + 2 crew, it is propelled by 2 F350 Yamahas and is equipped with Amphibious Enablement Sealegs Sys100. Click here to view another image of its Sealegs.