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In our 3,000m² production workshop, which operates under a controlled atmosphere (temperature and hygrometry), we use a digital cutting machine adapted to our needs, because in addition to cutting the Hypalon fabric, it is capable of carrying out most of the scraping (a prerequisite for gluing) and marking to position the accessories. 

Once the cuts have been made, the float parts are assembled and glued by hand.  This know-how is the basis of the quality of our floats, and enables us to offer a 5-year guarantee. 

Once the float has been assembled and pressure-tested (several days), it is in this workshop that the float is fitted to the hull. This operation requires a skilled workforce to ensure correct symmetry during installation.


This is the workshop where we carry out motorization, equipment installation (cabin, console, engine chair, etc.) and fittings operations for all our boats. Our staff are qualified to fit all major brands of engines (Yamaha, Suzuki, Mercury, Honda, Yanmar, Volvo, Cummins) in outboard, inboard Z-Drive and Jet versions.

The teams have also developed real expertise in the integration of electronic equipment, guaranteeing simplified access to components for operators, greater legibility of electrical networks (plans available in the plexo box) and easier maintenance. 

All the tools and lifting equipment required for operations are available in the workshop. 

As for the infrastructures, they are designed to adapt to the production load and to the different sizes of boats to be produced. This means we can adapt our production facilities to suit your needs.


Each RIB is designed for the customer's end use, and we support the customer from design to commissioning.

Our know-how enables us to integrate a wide range of technologies developed through partnerships, such as foils (AIRSHARK), amphibious systems (SEALEGS) and droning systems.

Today, we are focusing on eco-responsible solutions, with increased research into innovative materials and non-polluting engines.

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SILLINGER has its own design office with draughtsmen and naval architects located directly on the Mer production site. This enables us to control the entire process, from development to production. 

What's more, this integrated expertise gives us greater control over our subcontractors, as we are responsible for development. 

At SILLINGER, we are therefore able to bring a high degree of expertise to boat design. We take into account the customer's technical expectations, which we assess at the preliminary stage of the project to validate feasibility. From then on, a wide range of adaptation solutions can be envisaged, within the current safety and regulatory framework. 

Here are a few examples of configurations adapted to their missions: