Navatek II

Navatek II


Honolulu, Hawaii (HI), US
Navatek Ships was established in 1987 to oversee the construction of Pacific Marine’s first SWATH vessel -- the 16-knot, 140-foot, 400-passenger Navatek I, which was launched in February 1989.

For the development of a second generation of SWATH hull designs, Navatek entered a cooperation agreement with Lockheed Martin, which had 20 years of SWATH R&D as well as proprietary software for SWATH model testing and hull optimization. The result of that collaboration is Navatek II -- a 20-knot, 82-foot, 149-passenger vessel that offers tourist cruises out of Lahaina harbor on the island of Maui.
Navatek Ships was established in 1987 to oversee the construction of Pacific Marine’s first SWATH vessel -- the 16-knot, 140-foot, 400-passenger Navatek I, which was launched in February 1989.

For the development of a second generation of SWATH hull designs, Navatek entered a cooperation agreement with Lockheed Martin, which had 20 years of SWATH R&D as well as proprietary software for SWATH model testing and hull optimization. The result of that collaboration is Navatek II -- a 20-knot, 82-foot, 149-passenger vessel that offers tourist cruises out of Lahaina harbor on the island of Maui.
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Links: www.navatekltd.com, www.aerohydro.com
By: kjfitz

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