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M/Y Andiamo at Rybovich

M/Y Andiamo 
Thanks to Craig Simon of Rybovich for the opportunity to be of service and congratulations to our team for another emergency call out with a successful outcome and happy customer!
 “First, I would like to say that you guys were amazing in the assistance your team was able to provide with getting the vessel, Andiamo, completed and on her way, on time this week! I reall... Read more

Published: 06/27/17

M/Y Helios 3 Commissioning

Delta’s 164’ custom motor yacht, originally Arianna built in 2012 with Nautical Structures equipment. In 2017, rechristened as M/Y Helios 3 after its refit at Delta Marine, she has added a new piece of equipment and freshly refurbished passerelle. Over the weekend two of our Service team members and the Director of Worldwide Service got their hands dirty putting some finishing touches o... Read more

Published: 05/22/17

5 Most Sought After Yachts, 3 Are Our Customers

Top 5 Most Searched for Yachts
We are honored to be a part of these statistics. With a growing market in the 45'-90' yachts, quality seems the be the most important factory. Check out the artical by that featured 3 of our wonderful customers. ... Read more

Published: 05/10/17

Endorsement from the M.Y. Seaquest

During the past decade I have experienced the highest level of service and professionalism from Nautical Structures. They are a company that excels at what they do and back it up with 5 star customer and after sales service. We have installed and used davits, passerailes and boarding ladders built and serviced by the company. Their technicians have provided warranty and service domestically and a... Read more

Published: 10/27/13

Rybovich filling up fast as fleet heads south for the winter

By William Mathieson |
Following the conclusion of the Monaco Yacht Show, and riding high on the wave of optimism, the industry now turns its attention to South Florida for the upcoming Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. And as the superyacht fleet makes its way to Bahia Mar, nearby Rybovich, in West Palm Beach Florida looks to be filling up. ... Read more

Published: 10/04/13

Endorsement from Alloy Yachts, AY-54

When it came to fitting large cranes into a small area, Nautical Structure had more options and experience than any other manufacturer we met with. The brief was to have high lift capacity cranes in a compact design. We needed them to integrate neatly into our vessel's structure; forward location to launch Jet Skis and up on the flybridge deck to launch the owner's/Rescue Boat. They managed to work... Read more

Published: 10/01/13


In the Fall of 2012, after many issues on and off charter season with our original Opacmare Galactica crane, it was decided to upgrade to a better and more versatile crane. I choose Nautical Structures as they are known for their most excellent support and quality product.... Read more

Published: 06/24/13

Nautical Structures' knuckle-boom crane

We have just installed the new knuckle-boom crane from Nautical Structures and it is an impressive piece of equipment. The versatility and the ability to do numerous tasks in less than half the time it used to, will sure help us with guest activities in our next charter season.
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Published: 03/25/13

Crane Bling: the Long, the Short, and the Telescoping

From The Yacht Report.
Custom and serried concepts creep even into that most custom of objects, the crane. Rick Thomas of Nautical Structures details here two crane-building case histories. One was for a recent 98-metre NW European built motoryacht and was of deeply custom complexity with a bling finish. The other was for two much smaller sailing vessels, but 12,000nm... Read more

Published: 03/01/09

M/Y Triton: Tender Launching System

From The Yacht Report, Issue 66:
Nautical Structures, in collaboration with Delta Marine, have recetly developed and successfully sea-trialled a tender-launching system for Delta's most recent project, the 49.7m (163ft) M/Y Triton... Read more

Published: 02/26/09