Speed and exitement with the
speed boat Nimo Offshore F 30
As the name "Offshore" indicates the boat is constructed for
fast and seaworthy travel on the open sea. The long raking
bow cuts through the waves and the modern V-bottom construction
(23/24 degrees) gives optimal planing qualities and soft landings.
The boat carries various types of engine and has the potential
to go 70 knot. Below water the hull is similar to the original
model from 1985 but everything above water-line is new. The
boat is now larger, longer, and considerably more good-looking.
The original 27 foot hull has been lengthened to 30' 6" with
the addition of the new bathing platform. Design, development
and production takes place at the company's Leirvik facility
in Stavanger, Norway.
...or perhaps a family outing
Driver-, passenger seat and astern sofa makes it possible
for the crew to travel with pleasant comfort since the boat
is high and the crew sits deep. The new innerliner has a more
modern and smarter solution with a big cabin with a double
bed and u-sofa with a hidden adjustment for toilet and room
for TV. Berth for 6 persons: 2 in the double bed (190 cm),
2 on the u-sofa and 2 on the sundeck. Floor with steps down
to the cabin. Plenty of stowage room. Extra big integrated
bathing platform on 1 metre with a hatch for telescopic bathing
ladder and 2 ski- and fishingrod hatches. Forward there is
a drained anchorroom with a hatch, astern a closed collapsible
hood with hatch (to install the hood with clamps) and a big
engineroom hatch and 2 hatches by this. The windscreen is
delivered in aluminium with clear or coloured glass. The console
has steps where the crew can go up and out to the deck and
through the windscreen hatch.
The boat is produced with ISO Polyester and glass fibre mat
of best quality. Hullsides, deck and floor are moulded with
Divinycell Sandwichmaterial, GRP (corematerial for maximum
strenght and soundisolation and minimum weight). All parts
are delivered finished cleancut and smeared with Topcoat.
All steps in the hull are filled together with 2 special built
stringers (supporters) with engine support longitudinal from
astern to bow. The hull continues with necessary strenghtening.
Installed cabel drawpipes. No body work screws - only bolt
through. Installed floor, bulkhead and guiding pipes.