Iguanas provide rapid first aid, transport to land and access to areas usually inaccessible.
Iguanas’ land and sea capabilities are extremely valuables in the event of a flood. Emergency services are provided with safe and effective access to disaster.
Iguanas provide access to the place of the disaster in time. Firefighters can operate on houses on shore of the sea or of a lake.
Infrastructures can be damaged after hurricanes or other disasters. Iguanas stationed on land can be operated as soon as the disaster passes.
The materials used, their sizing and the assembly methods give the Iguanas a very high robustness. The central part of the hull is reinforced by structural elements of several centimetres (up to 5cm) of which is attached the mobility system.
The boats are very rigid with a very low centre of gravity.
The 10-years REX (return on experience) has made it possible to identify the main areas of wear that need to be monitored. Iguana provides spare parts sets on each of its components.
Piloting and maintaining an Iguana requires special training. Iguana teams provide training during the delivery of the boats: from 3 to 6 days for piloting (at sea, on land, passage from land to sea and from sea to land), piloting on difficult terrain, landing and exit with waves and the shore maneuvers. A 10-day technical training will allow technicians to implement the spare parts provided by the Iguana Yachts shipyard.
The Iguana mobility system significantly increases the purchase price of boats, but the robustness of the hulls and its architecture generates a limited annual maintenance cost. Iguanas have a lifespan of 10 years or more. Their cost of ownership remains under control.