Introducing the Pulse 63, the forefront of fully integrated electric RIB technology, designed with luxury and versatility in mind for the discerning superyacht owner.

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  • Length: 6.3m
  • Beam: 2.3m
  • Draught: 0.3 (min)
  • Lightest weight: 980kg
  • Height for storage: 1 m
  • Propulsion: Electric Drive
  • Standard engines: RAD 40KW Drive with 180° steering
  • Top speed: 20+ knots
  • Range: 100nm
  • Facts: A four-point lifting configuration is available for the Pulse 63 as an optional extra. The Leisure Pulse 63 will be coded under RCR and the Commercial Pulse 63 under MGN 280, WB Code Ed 2.

Boasting customisable seating, an innovative 180-degree steering capability for unparalleled manoeuvrability, and a quiet, sustainable propulsion system, the Pulse 63 is ideal for shore excursions and water sports. Its eco-friendly design allows for charging both from the yacht and shore power, offering a seamless integration with a superyacht lifestyle.

The option for bespoke tubes and branding ensures that your Pulse 63 not only serves as a practical tender but also as an extension of your yacht’s identity. For those who prefer a choice in propulsion, they present the versatile Cheetah R630, available with either a high-performance petrol or diesel outboard engine, catering to a wide range of needs and preferences.

Expanding their offering, they also present their line of hard-sided catamarans, available in both combustion and electric variants. Ranging from 6m to 12m, these catamarans provide exceptional stability, ample deck space for custom layouts, and the capability to drive straight up the beach, making them perfect for any adventure. Whether equipped with a cabin or an open deck, and capable of speeds exceeding 40 knots, their catamarans are built to impress, ensuring your journeys are as exhilarating as they are comfortable.