The LarsenB 920 is a world premiere and will be on display in Hall 10 at booth E73. The LarsenB 920 is tailored primarily to the needs of water police and coastguards, but also to those of other authorities and institutions.
The 9.20 metre long and 2.80 metre wide inflatable boat has been equipped with a cabin with toilet and bunk for overnight stays for use by the authorities or rescue services. Polyurethane foam in the high-strength V-plastic hull ensures weight- and thus fuel savings despite a maximum possible engine power of 300 hp with a 300-litre tank.
Versatile RIB The LarsenB 920 RIB is designed for professional use in extreme weather conditions. It is ideally suited for rescue operations in heavy seas, as a regatta escort boat, as a tender for diving trips to remote bays and as a fast boat for island hopping, for example in the Swedish archipelago. The LarsenB 920 can be used in a variety of ways and can optionally be equipped with towing frames, sprung jockey seats, a sunroof or a fixed cabin for overnight stays and even offers a toilet.
The Larsen boatyard, located in the port area of Miiduranna in the bay of Tallinn, northeast of the Estonian capital, belongs to the Veega Group. This year, the shipyard celebrates its first trade fair appearance at the 5th Estonian joint stand at boot Düsseldorf, where other world premieres can be admired. In addition to the LarsenB 920, Larsen will show the open inflatable boat LarsenB 530C.
Technical data: Length over all: 9,20 m Width: 2,80 m Hose diameter: 0,50 m Weight: 1.000 kg (empty) Motorization: max. 300 HP