Lancer Industries Ltd returns to the Auckland On Water Boat Show after almost a decade away. It will mark several significant events for Lancer including new pricing, a Guinness World Record attempt and an Introduction to Sea Blade. The Lancer stand is located beside the ETNZ building.
Lancer RIBs have always been synonymous for quality and longevity across both luxury and commercial applications. Lancer is reinvigorating the four to six metre RIB range and has had a sharp pencil when looking at the pricing.
“We have had a look at how we can improve the production of the RIBs and have updated the construction process to reflect the latest methods and technology. This has been very beneficial on the cost,” says General Manager Charles Winstone. Lancer will be having a boat show special on the RL440 RIB.
What started out as a ploy to showcase the Airodock has snowballed for Lancer to a Guinness World Record attempt. Making a 20m SUP made out of drop-stitch was an extension of Lancer’s proven record with the material as it expands into new markets.
The attempt is done in conjunction with the Child Cancer Foundation who will have children on board during the attempt. Donations can be made here.
Sea Blade has been a development project in New Zealand with Orca Engineering of Rotorua manufacturing a 22 foot prototype that debuted at the boat show last year. Lancer will be showcasing an “Introduction to Sea Blade” which will highlight why nearly US$2million has developed a hull form of unmatched sea keeping.
With these events and more, Lancer is packing a lot into the boat show and will be a stand not to be missed. Lancer’s stand is located at OS-17 Karanga Plaza, beside the ETNZ building.
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