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Abeking & Rasmussen SWATH Technology


published on 3 June 2020 267 -

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Abeking Rasmussen

The shipyard has been developing and building ships for navies, coastguards, the public sector, ship operators and private customers since 1907. In addition to sailing- and motoryachts, current products include minesweepers and --hunters, patrol boats plus special ships like research and supply ships for the offshore industry.

With SWATH@A&R technology Abeking & Rasmussen developed a type of ship with exceptional seakeeping capabilities that provides a stable working platform even in heavy seas and opens up quite new horizons in other operations, while enhancing the safety and reliability of traditional ones. High demands on safety and quality provide the basis for our corporate philosophy as an innovative-oriented shipyard in the high-tech country Germany.
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