UMT Update Small Boat Davit Line

Press Release
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Explorer Series Davit: Image credit UMT

UMT International introduces its Explorer Series davit line, a stronger, more versatile version of its original T Series davit.

The UMT Explorer Davit is a lightweight, compact, full 4 function yacht davit designed for easy one person operation and can fit in tight spaces. The Explorer line is available in 800lb. and 1200lb. capacity and offers a wide range reach.

With more recreational crafts on board, the UMT EX Davit provides maximum use of limited space. Not only compact, but this davit is a full 4 function crane that includes lifting, rotation, telescoping and hoisting. The UMT Explorer Davit is the perfect choice for yacht owners looking to do it all with ease and convenience. Whether maneuvering a dinghy, RIB, Jet Ski or scooter on and off a vessel, UMT cranes will make the task easy and safe.

UMT International is a lead supplier of davits and yacht cranes to the marine industry. UMT cranes are entirely made in the USA and have evolved over 15 years to become the trusted choice of yacht owners, captains, brokers, service centers, and boat builders.

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