Amphib Alaska is a unique amphibious vehicle with utility in a wide range of applications, from rescue, emergency response and patrol to industry field support and backcountry recreation.
The amphibious vehicle was conceived, designed and built by an Alaskan entrepreneur and the second prototype has now been completed.
AmphibAlaska is solving the tough problems
of agility across land and stable speed afloat.
For decades, amphibious vehicles that are neither cars nor boats have given this vehicle category a bad name. They are clunky on hard ground, mushy on soft terrain and gutless in the water. Their payloads are severely limited: basically, two passengers and a light lunch. They are toys.
Amphib Alaska was conceived, designed and built with utility always foremost. This hard-working vehicle is designed for speeds of 30 mph across land and water. Its payload is plenty for a crew of five and all the gear they need for emergency response, field work or recreation.