Technohull unveils 33-foot RIB

Technohull said its Sea DNA 999 was designed to be a racing RIB, reaching a top speed of 90 knots.
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Athens, Greece-based Technohull has built the new 33-foot Sea DNA 999 with multiple propulsion options.

Athens, Greece-based Technohull has built the new 33-foot Sea DNA 999 with multiple propulsion options.

Technohull said its Sea DNA 999 was designed to be a racing RIB, reaching a top speed of 90 knots.

The Athens, Greece-based company has built the 33-foot tender with several propulsion options.

The outboard version offers four horsepower options (2 x 250-hp, 2 x 300-hp, 2 x 350-hp and 2 x 400-hp), which enable a top speed that ranges from 68 knots for the base version (with a cruising speed of 50 knots) to a top speed of 90 knots (70 cruising) with the twin 400-hp option.

The company is touting its new RIB as the way to “extreme commute from a superyacht or private island.”

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