Nautical Structures New Automated Davit

Thursday, March 12, 2009

At the touch of a button, the new, lightweight TECH-1000-2 automated hydraulic davit from Nautical Structures can handle a working load up to 1,000 pounds in all boom positions aboard boats and yachts from 40 to 140 feet.

Weighing 165 pounds, the all-aluminum TECH-1000-2 is priced at just under $10,000, complete with mounting standpipe and hydraulic power unit.

The TECH-1000-2 features a fully faired and painted finish to match the paint color of the yacht. Hydraulic slew (optional) boom-luff and linear winch provide smooth and quiet performance. The boom stows in an eight-foot or nine-foot design and reaches full boom-length potential under full rated load capacity.

Founded in 1986, Nautical Structures manufactures more than 40 models of high-performance davits and yacht cranes for the world luxury yacht market, ranging in capacity from 800 to over 25,000 pounds.

(www.nautical-structures.com)

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