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New to Speed 2019

Stormer Marine are the latest exhibitor to come on board for Speed@Seawork. The company combines Dutch shipbuilding craft with the latest technologies in marine design.

Stormer Marine builds boats across the workboat sector for a range of categories - Tug, Patrol, Rescue, Porter, Harbour and RIB.

Stormer Marine says, “We build your boat for your specific application. Fast passenger transport requires a different design to a heavy towing vessel. We listen to your requirements and then engineer and build your boat to measure. Work boats should work. Always. We therefore insist on using the best quality parts.

All technical components come from renowned suppliers such as Yanmar, Steyr, Volvo Penta, Yamaha, Mercury and Vetus. We give special attention to electrical systems, a prerequisite on aluminium vessels.”

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