Mankind has mastered a variety of modes of transport: planes, helicopters, airships, land transport. But personal transport near the surface of the earth has not yet been mastered. The need for this type of transport is very great.
Design Bureau “Oscar SVP” is a modern scientific experimental association.
Reconstructing the past, Constructing the present, Designing the future…

We, the collective of amphibious transport designers, have been conducting our design activity since the nineties. With many years of experience in the development and creation of complex transport systems, we bring to your attention our design developments of amphibious transport, hovercrafts and screen gliders.

They are innovative vehicles, combining the qualities of several previously known types of transport, such as:
Aircraft, Water and Land.

Thus, amphibious hovercrafts and screen gliders are “universal” transport, which does not require special launch pads, runways, allowing taking off and «hanging» in place, moving over land, water, snow, swampy surfaces.
Goals and objectives of Oscar Hovercraft Design Bureau.
Design, creation, small-scale production, successful long-term exploitation of own amphibian (land+water) vehicles, hovercrafts, for passenger and cargo transportation.

EXAMPLE: in the area of floodplains of the Dnieper, Dunay, Dniester and surrounding territories up to the city of Odessa and the vast coastal water area.

Solution of transport tasks for supplying the population of this region with the whole range of products for life support. Food, medicine, health care, MES, etc. As well as, very importantly, providing transport capabilities for territorial and administrative authorities.
Amphibious vehicles, hovercrafts, technological transport-lifting devices, developed in our design bureau “Oscar SVP”, have unique properties, have high reliability and a lot of other progressive operational characteristics.

Combining the customer’s wishes with our own design developments, we creatively achieve the set tasks – birth of functionally successful copies of both technological units and vehicles, using the “air cushion” effect.