With the KRAKEN, Turgis & Gaillard offers a revolutionary boat for the special forces

Four days ago, meetings for defense innovation were organized in Morbihan, under the leadership of Deputy Jean-Michel Jacques, vice-president of the Defense Commission. The opportunity for the Turgis & Gaillard group to present the KRAKEN, an assault craft for special forces with a new concept known as “variable buoyancy”.

The Turgis & Gaillard group

The Turgis & Gaillard group was founded in 2011 and already has nearly 250 employees spread across France, including in Morbihan through the Navale et Industrie Lorientaise site. In just a few years, the group has been able to develop in all defense sectors, whether in repairing vehicles, maintaining industrial sites or even supplying equipment to major defense industrials like Airbus or Dassault Aviation. Today, Turgis & Gaillard is established in India and also innovates in the civil industry, with its SunWave solar vessels.

The innovations introduced on the KRAKEN come largely from the R&D carried out in the SunWave branch of the Turgis & Gaillard group. SunWave already delivers electro-solar ships, and innovates enormously in naval architecture.

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