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Seakart 335 revolutions completely the way to navigate. Based in the experience of driving a Kart, the boat is really easy to operate. The steering wheel is extremely precise and allows you to experiment special and unique sensations in the water while maintaining a high level of safety with palettes for cruising, accelerating and reversing both located on the back of the steering wheel just like a Go-Kart.

The speed and excitement Seakart 335 is the new tender and toy of the seas, developed with the latest technology combining the speed and excitement of a jet ski with the comfort and safety of an inflatable boat. With its 3.5m length and 2m width it can fit up to 5 persons. Powered by a 4 stroke Yamaha jet engine, it offers two motor options; 110 hp with an incredible versatile features and the 180 hp to experiment real Racing sensations.

Seakart 335 is ideal for a family wanting a fun weekend from accessing beaches easily to have a swimming break. It is also a special way to enjoy with friends as an entertaining watercraft, burning adrenaline while you drive it or practicing water sports such as attaching a wake board to the boat. Also it is perfect for a yacht owner looking for a beautiful, elegant and sporty tender that you can totally customise just like your yacht, as well as a convenient vessel for maritime security services.

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  • We are delighted to collaborate with British Marine to host a world-class boat show in Abu Dhabi. The event will be a valuable addition to ADNEC growing portfolio of local and international events. It will also support Abu Dhabi’s leisure marine industry through bringing leading international and local companies under one roof.

    ADNEC Group Chief Executive Officer

  • In working alongside ADNEC, British Marine Boat Shows aims to leverage its expertise for ADNEC deliver a highly successful marine event in Abu Dhabi. The UAE is one of the fastest growing markets for leisure crafts and yachts in the world.

    Chief Officer of Boat Shows, British Marine