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Durability : how is the hull made ? How durable is a Reverso ?

Durability : how is the hull made ? How durable is a Reverso ?

Reverso Factory in France : Fiberglass layering into the mold

Hull Construction

For hull construction, we did not innovate : we used the best practice available.

Process :

  • Vaccum infusion - for best strength / weight ratio
  • CNC machining - for neat and repeatable lines

Materials

  • 450 to 900 g/sqm bibias fiberglass sandwich
  • Soric® Core - Honeycomb Low resin consumption
  • Carbon reinforcements

Norms

  • ISO 12215-5:2019 Small craft — Hull construction and scantling

The Reverso Air is built in France and made to last

Repairs

Like a Hobie 16 catamaran or a 420 dinghy, the Reverso Hull can be repaired very simply DIY with a mastic polyester kit available anywhere online or in local shipshandler.
Any composite specialist can also do the job.

Parts

Hull, centerboard & mast are custom made, but being made of laminate composite, they can all be repaired either DIY or with a professional boatyard close to you. We never broke a mast with our drill free technology.

Deckware, rudder are supplied on the shelve.

Boom tubes can be sourced locally

Tension straps : you just can't break them

Finally, we keep a full inventory of parts on our logistic platform, ready to ship if needed.

A Wally 148 Superyacht carrying 2 Reverso onboard

Chosen by the best super-yachts

The Reverso is made to last !
It comes with a 2 year warranty and will be sailed along a lifetime !
It is a reason why Reverso is also a #1 choice in the very demanding industry of superyachts

Reverso

We are a french boat maker, building sailboats we are proud of for people we care about.

We ship worldwide on a simple box thanks to our folding technology

Reverso project :

10 parc club du millénaire • 1025 av Henri Becquerel • 34000 Montpellier FRANCE • tel : +33 6 95 85 83 93 • contact@reversoproject.com

Financial partners :

Région Occitanie • Banque populaire • BPI France • Créalia