HYSUCAT
28' RHIB
HYSUCAT
30' CC
HYSUCAT
28' RHIB
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Leisure

Hysucat’s line of hydrofoil boats make them perfect for all your leisure and recreational needs.

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Work

These boats are ideal for the range of sea tow assistance, which can exceed 50 miles offshore and farther.

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Rescue

Our boats allow for quick deployment and maneuverability, making them the perfect solution for fluid rescue situations.

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Transport

Hysucats load-carrying capacity makes its perfect for water transport and taxi operations.

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HYSUCAT HYDROFOIL BOATS AND TECHNOLOGY

Hysucat, an acronym for Hydrofoil Supported Catamaran, is the combination of a distinctively designed hull and foil incorporating hydrofoil science and technology. The Hysucat design used in center console, fast RHIBs (rigid inflatable boats) and water transport boats offers the best features of a monohull and a catamaran combined.

The hydrofoil is a wing like structure, (similar to an aircraft wing), which spans the catamaran hulls just below the surface of the water, parallel with but not protruding below the hulls. Like an aircraft wing, it has a streamlined profile form which when water runs over and below it, creates pressure differences on the upper and lower surfaces. With a parallel flow over the wing (foil), pressure is negative on the top surface and positive on the lower surface and this generates force L, (called “Lift”) vertical to the inflow and a drag force D (called “Drag”), parallel to the inflow. Such wings are used on aircraft wings, propeller blades, pump blades, fan/turbine blades and Hydrofoil Craft.

LESS POWER REQUIRED, BETTER FUEL EFFICIENCY

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SUPERIOR TURNING CAPABILITIES

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IMPROVED LOAD CARRYING CAPACITY

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Buying a motorboat is one thing, flying away with a Hysucat is quite another