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January, 22 2019
Watch as the 995ED Hovercraft flies over water, snow and mud
The 995ED Hovercraft is the most innovative piece of amphibious engineering and newest Griffon Hoverwork craft. A fully amphibious hovercraft, it is capable of carrying a payload of 995kg, or up to eight persons, at high speeds smoothly over a transitional of surfaces clearing obstacles half a meter high.
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Award winning photos of Griffon Hovercraft at Merlin Quay
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Griffon Hoverwork returns from a successful exhibition at Seawork Asia
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