In particularly difficult combat conditions, kayaks can be easily transported by car, armored personnel carrier and even tank without damage.
- Water patrols from the parents’ big boats.
- Defense and patrolling of territorial waters, maritime border zones, and marshland border areas.
- Patrolling coastal zones to protect them from intrusion, patrolling around the island, patrolling sea level, patrolling hard-to-reach areas, lakes, rivers and water areas.
- Service of radio beacons and hydroacoustic buoys.
- Study and mapping of sea currents, weather and sailing conditions.
- Covert transportation and rapid deployment of operators with the necessary equipment to the mission area.
- Transportation and collection of civilians and military personnel from enemy infiltration zones.
- Landing approach in difficult atmospheric conditions: storm, ice drift, strong winds, Arctic conditions.
- Launching and landing operations from other water and airborne assets: helicopter, airplane, carrier, submarine.
- Landing on the water from a height of 5-10 meters.
- Approach and retreat to the mission area from a long distance along the coastline, coastal waters, and along the course of rivers.
- Boat service between the river banks.
- Parachuting into the mission area.
Launching or lifting out of the water on a carrier vessel is done with the help of brackets fixed in the bow and stern of the kayak.
- You can transport kayaks in the trunk of a car, in the back of a pickup truck, truck, or even in a tank. The kayaks, which are attached to the conveyor body with a cable, are transported without damage.
- The kayaks can withstand multiple parachute drops or parachute drops from a helicopter into the mission area from a height of more than 10 meters.
- Due to the high level of thermal insulation against water, it can be used in Arctic conditions.
The author of the invention: Adamant Shipyard LLC
The cost of kayaks in the package №1
POLOZ-M12 – UAH 67,000;
POLOZ-M16 – UAH 88,000;
POLOZ-M20″” – UAH 111,000.