Here is the world's first 3D-printed fiberglass boat 3D printers are the future of the development of many industries. Thanks to them, engineers can build inventions that they could have dreamed of a decade ago. The latest creation of a 3D printer awaits you.

Moi Composites presented at the Genoa Boat Show 2020 the world's first fiberglass boat, which was created with the participation of 3D printing. Mambo, because we are talking about it, is equipped with a powerful engine, it is 6.5 meters long and 2.5 meters wide. Do you admit that it looks great? This is due to its unusual inverted triangle shape, which was based on the famous Arcidiavolo construction by Sonny Levi. It would not have been possible to obtain it using the traditional techniques of building this type of boat.

The company boasts of being the first in the world to develop and patent a technology for depositing continuous filaments with a thermosetting resin using robots controlled by generative algorithms. The structure of the boat is extremely stiff and durable, but at slicktips same time very light. Engineers revealed that it weighs about 800 kilograms. The Mambo is powered by a 115 HP engine, the deck is lined with cork and the seats are lined with white leather.


Representatives of the Moi Composites company inform that each customer can design the boat according to his taste. Specialists will help clients at each stage of the project. The idea behind Mambo is to tailor boats to suit their owners. They are to experience sea voyages in Moi Composites boats in a way that no one has ever seen before.