Serenity 550 Fitness

If you prefer active recreation, train regularly and you like spending time on the water with a small group of friends, you need to get acquainted with this project.

We design individual elements, manufacture them with our subcontractors and soon we will enjoy this awsome vehicle on the water. The prototype was already tested what you can see in the movie at the bottom of this page.

A silent boat that will allow you to relax and at the same time take care of your figure and condition.

In one boat, you will exercise almost the entire body – legs, arms, shoulder girdle and back. We have foot pedaling, hands pedaling and rowing at our disposal.

serenity 550 fitness profile

Serenity 550 Fitness
Catamaran
Length: 5.50m
Breadth: 2.50m
Depth to deck: 1.05m
Air draught: 3.00m
Min. draught of floats: abt. 0.3m
Max. draught of flaots: abt. 0.6m
The propeller in the working position descends 20cm below the bottom of the floats.

Propeller: 16″x14″, 2-blade, driven via swinging and rotating L-type column

Stearing wheel: 28cm

Serenity 550 Fitness Deck

Driving seats: 4
The types of drives to choose from: foot pedaling, hand pedaling, rowing.
We suggest that at least the helmsman’s drive is electrically supported.

Spare seats: 2 (2-4 people depends on their weight)

Seats with adjustable position and backrest inclination.

serenity 550 fitness bow

Floats, roof and seats are dismantable what can facilitate shipping in container.

If you want to cover longer distances in a shorter time, we recommend electric foot pedals.

Anyway, we suggest that at least the helmsman’s position should be equipped with such a support.

serenity 550 view aft
serenity 550 view bow

Serenity 550R Fitness

We are also working on the option of photovoltaic panels for the fixed roof version.

Solid roof made of aluminium and policarbonate.

serenity 550R bow
serenity 550r fitness profile
serenity 550r bow
serenity 550r aft roof
serenity 550r pv

Serenity 550 Fitness Prototype Launching

Here we have a short video from launching and testing of prototype of our fintess catamaran. The main goal was to test stability and drive. Electrical support was not installed at any station yet.

The end of November 2020.

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