Building on our tried and tested custom designed hull, the avatar 38’ Utility aims to offer high mobility with maximum performance and comfort for its passengers. A wide variety of layouts means this multipurpose vessel is able to offer a solution to all your utility/transport needs. Built by our specially trained craftsmen in a high-end facility to international certified standards.
Multi-Functional, efficient utility boat, that can be used in a wide variety of applications (transport, ambulance, Dive and work boat) the twin stepped hull has been designed to offer maximum stability, offering high top sides to ensure a safe and comfortable ride without compromising the distinctive style. With two separate access points for both high and low pontoons. The Avatar 380 Utility rises above its competitors.
Sandwich construction using choppedstand mat and multi axial fibres, balsacore laminated using Isophthalic polyesterresin. This allows light weight constructionincreasing efficiency.
All components are high gloss finish with amarine grade gelcoat
Internal structure with Polyurethane foamover laminated with multi axial and unidirectionalfibers to allow maximum stabilityand stiffness
All materials used in the construction areapproved marine quality
Optional colour scheme
GRP hand laminated hull/Deck
GRP longitudinal and Transverse bulkheads
GRP FWD cabin/cockpit area
Aluminium Window frames for cockpit areawith tempered glass
GRP seating for 30 PAX (with storageunderneath)
GRP hard top with Stainless Steel Frame
Electrical Marine Toilet
Running Lights• Automatic bilge pump
6 x SS deck Cleats
Manual Bilge Pump (option)
Sink and mixer
700L GRP fuel Tank
150L Fresh water tank, transom shower
Fire extinguisher (safety kit option)
Navigation and Anchor Lights
Extra storage in console (can be used forluggage or for AC/generator)
Our models are manufactured using vacuum resin infusion techniques within a temperature controlled area at our private Dubai-based facility. This, in contrast to traditional hand lamination, requires high expertise and a careful study prior to execution, which when completed results in a lightweight and rigid structure.
It also enables us to have full control over the materials that go into our boats and keep the physical and chemical properties of the resin. The use of this technique in combination with our expertise, advanced composite materials and vinylester resins give us the advantage of quality control and consistency throughout our production.
The vacuum resin infusion process involves placing all dry fibreglass layers and structural foam into a mould and then sealing it with a bag. Next, the air is removed with the aid of a pump which creates negative pressure of approximately 1 bar. This is followed by a rigorous inspection for leaks and strategic positioning of the resin lines wherein the resin is sucked into the laminate at specific intervals through the pipes with the use of manifolds, infusing the laminate whilst simultaneously applying equal pressure throughout. Once the entire laminate is wet, the resin lines are sealed off and left to cure under pressure.
In contrast to hand lamination where the layers are laid into the laminate and wetted with the use of brushes, rollers or other means, the vacuum resin infusion process requires expertise, careful planning and accurate execution. The nature of this method allows us to build a lightweight and strong structure as it reduces the fibre to resin ration and void content, and ensures consistency throughout production.