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Unique Trailer System

When other hovercraft manufacturers may offer no trailer at all, Neoteric has applied its exacting engineering standards to create one-of-a-kind trailers as unique as the HoverTrek™ itself.

Both the hover-on/hover-off trailer and the winch-on/roll-off trailer allow unusually easy loading and unloading by just one person. And the winch-on/roll-off trailer is completely open to allow easy under hull inspections and convenient skirt maintenance.

Image Rescue hovercraft trailer hover on hover off A 6-passenger rescue hovercraft sits aboard a Neoteric hover-on/hover-off trailer prior to performance testing. Neoteric’s specially designed hovercraft trailers permit lightning-fast loading and unloading by only one person in demanding rescue operations where time is critical.

Photo Light Hovercraft trailer winch on roll offNeoteric’s winch-on/roll-off trailer is handily designed with an open frame to make skirt and under hull maintenance exceptionally easy. Weighing less than 190 lbs (86 kg), the trailer is easily stored on its side to save space and it requires less energy to tow than other trailers.
Picture Construction hovercraft trailer Neoteric hovercraft trailers exhibit the same exacting engineering standards as the HoverTrek™ itself, derived from uniting state-of-the-art design with masterful craftsmanship. Here, a Neoteric welder fabricates a HoverTrek™ trailer by hand.

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Neoteric Hovercraft, Inc.
1649 Tippecanoe Street Terre Haute, Indiana USA 47807-2394
Telephone: 1-812-234-1120 / 1-800-285-3761 Fax: 877-640-8507

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