BORD A BORD shipyard adapts to the specifications whatever the activity or the environment (fluvial or sea). Our wide range of boats is due to our collaboration with different well-known naval architects.
BORD A BORD builds boats with an efficient and proven marine behavior which adapt to all types of navigation.
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.
Our BUGGY range is perfect for harbour use. BORD A BORD offers specific adjustments and NIBS fenders.
These boats are robust and easy to manoeuver. They adapt to their environment.
BORD A BORD studies any request for professional barges, maritime or fluvial up to 15m.
Cargo ship - division 222 - semi-rigid type... RIGID The Valkyrie 6 has been designed according to the same principle as a classic semi-rigid shell. The distribution of hull/tube volumes is substantially the same. In return for a slightly larger mass, the Valkyrie 6 is not afraid of detachments, punctures, UV rays or shocks. In addition, it overcomes the...
The CATA 24 is an aluminum electric catamaran designed to transport up to 24 people in an efficient and user-friendly way. Thanks to its sharp hulls and its electric propulsion system, its movement is silent and without waves on a calm body of water. This catamaran can be homologated in division 223b or river homologation. In addition, access on board is...
The FOXSEA 900 is above all a versatile vessel. Its clear deck can be fully adapted to your needs, whether for maritime works, diving, freight transport, passenger transport. Its tilting front door allows it to embark and disembark freight and personnel from a quay, a beach, a slipway.
The FOXSEA 800 is above all a multipurpose boat. Its open deck can be fully adapted to your needs, whether for maritime work, diving, freight transport, passenger transport. Its tilting front door allows it to embark and disembark freight and personnel from a quay, a beach, a slipway.Youtube vidéo : https://youtu.be/3UGFzsgOd4E