Northwest Passage Expedition- 8000 miles in a Zodiac Rib & 3-300hp Mercs


With our technology and product design we are able to go beyond capabilities that were only dreamed of.

David Smith of Shockwave Seats took on an epic adventure along with his crew and a Zodiac Rib boat powered by three 300hp Verado by Mercury.  The team navigated the Northwest Passage of 8000 miles which took 300 hours with an 11 meter (36 ft) boat, come on are you kidding me out there in the middle of nowhere!  Putting your life on the line to test a products reliability goes beyond comprehension and it was of his own, the suspension  seats his company designs. Not only that but because of his experience of 50 years on the water he chose Zodiac and Mercury to make this assault on the Northwest Passage. Man this is in the history books and what a journey.

Because of his crew, boat, engines and equipment that pushed them over the top of the world I could not think of any boats-man who would not want the same set up for himself.

You know your going to make it back!

 

Shockwave Site

Zodiac Rib Site

Merc Verado

Video uploaded by U Tube user  


Zodiac H1100 Rib

8000 miles 300 hours 11 meter Zodiac Rib running three 300hp Mercs

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One response to “Northwest Passage Expedition- 8000 miles in a Zodiac Rib & 3-300hp Mercs

  1. RE: Shockwave Marine Suspension Seating: Northwest Passage
    FROM:
    David Smith

    TO:
    Mark Brewer
    Message flagged Monday, November 28, 2011 10:26 PMMessage body

    Good stuff!

    —–Original Message—–
    From: Shockwave Seats [mailto:info@shockwaveseats.com]
    Sent: November-28-11 6:34 PM
    To: david@shockwaveseats.com
    Subject: Shockwave Marine Suspension Seating: Northwest Passage

    This is an enquiry email via http://shockwaveseats.com/ from:
    Mark Brewer

    Thought you and your team would like to see this.

    Right With The Ship sir is all I write about and you showed us just that.

    Well done! and Thanks

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