BORD A BORD builds aluminium passenger boats for maritime or fluvial navigation, equiped with either combustion or electric engines. We study, support and answer all specific projects.
950 CREW is an offshore boat with a diamond-shaped stem, designed by the architect François Lucas. This stem provides the advantage of an important and efficient sea worthiness at high speeds. Its flared front protects the crew and avoids digging into the sea.
The BORD A BORD 1000 as a passenger boat offers navigation confort and interesting performance. The finishing of this boat is particularly meticulous and can be used for receptions or private cruises. The hull is very efficient whatever the sea conditions. The feeling of navigating safely is omnipresent. 3 versions available: Open - Wheelhouse - Cabin
This Dervinis 800 is proposed as a vessel for commercial use. The hull offers a quick and efficient navigation whatever the sea conditions. The space on the deck is very much appreciated as well as the marine behavior and safety on board. This boat is unsinkable. The finishing is particularly meticulous. The cabin lay-out offers seats, bedding and...
The Buggy 820 is a simple and solid boat. It can carry more than a ton of cargo or 12 passengers.The V hull provides good performances concerning speed.The longitudinal chines also contribute to a better lift as well as improving the marine behaviour (especially in sharp turns)The transversal stability is appreciated.The hull is equipped with a Delta...
The hull of this boat offers fast and efficient transport whatever the sea conditions. The space on the deck and its' marine behaviour are particularly appreciated. As well as its' Professional look and finish. The boat is available with a console or a cabine.
The Bord à Bord 10.40 is an aluminium boat to transport 12 passengers and 2 pilots. The 10.40 is propelled by 2 outboard engines of 250hp. This is a comfortable boat with all the fittings custom-made. The boat is proposed with a piloting console at the back or with a piloting cabin at the front.