Goldfish M12 for sale
Written by Jørgen Løwe February 3, 2017
At Goldfish we build boats both to meet Military requirements and individual demands. Even though most of the technology that goes into hull-design and construction is similar, different concepts and platforms serve different purposes. Compromising is not an option in either grouping.
The new M12 series is developed as a concept to enter into Military operations. To meet the toughest demands of operational availability, durability and high speed sea-keeping. The M12 platform is adaptable to scenario based design where body work, engines, general arrangement, tops and equipment is a direct response to an independent needs assessment. M12 is produced in series of two or more, and subject to internal security policies not available to the open market.
Build No. 001 with triple Mercury Verado 400R are now back from an exercise, and is currently undergoing a full scrutinising and removal of tactical equipment. It will come for sale as soon when this is completed. Under certain conditions we are allowed to open discussions with customers for this particular vessel.
Goldfish Professional will soon open a new project based on the M12 platform to take evolution a step further. We need to practice to learn and evolve, and are seeking contact with a private or professional client that will work with us on this. The boat can be built to clients requirements within certain frames, but the client must give Goldfish R&D the latitude to work freely to maximise sea-keeping performance within the regulations.
You should not expect the same finishing or attention to detail as on the Goldfish 38 SuperSport or any boats in the range. This is a built to meet professional specifications, and fastening, dimensions and design are rough.
For any of the two boats, we are looking for a co-operation and relationship that favours both parties. If you are interested in buying the Goldfish M12 build N0. 001 OR if you consider to join the project on our new M12, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to initiate discussions.