Nauti-Craft, a pioneering company in marine technology, is proud to announce its new partnership with Yokohama Engineering Works of Japan, bringing innovation to the Japanese boating industry. The second vessel of this model, built by Nauti-Craft for Yokohama Engineering Works, is set to be shipped from Dunsborough, Australia, to Japan, heralding a new era for the Japanese boating market. Yokohama will use this boat as a demonstrator while making plans to set up production facilities to build fibreglass and aluminium boats in Japan under license.
Nauti-Craft’s patented technology provides an unprecedented level of stability and ride comfort, revolutionizing the boating experience. By incorporating Nauti-Craft’s cutting-edge design, Yokohama aims to introduce a ground-breaking vessel that offers reduced motion sickness, increased comfort and safety, and enhanced performance even in challenging waters.
The President of Yokohama Engineering Works, Mr. Kazuya Ninomiya, is an entrepreneur who is taking the old company of more than 100 years of history to new heights, including the introduction of boat building to what has traditionally been a repair yard. When visiting Dunsborough recently, Mr Ninomiya said, “If we are to be a new force in the boat building market in Japan, then we should aim to use the absolute latest technology and innovation so that we quickly gain market share.”
The highly anticipated boat will depart from Dunsborough, Australia, in early November, marking a significant milestone in the expansion of Nauti-Craft’s technology into the Japanese market. The boat’s arrival will introduce a new era of boating, providing customers in Japan with access to an unparalleled level of comfort and performance.
Both Nauti-Craft and Yokohama Engineering Works are committed to delivering ground-breaking solutions that exceed customer expectations. This new partnership demonstrates the shared vision and dedication of both companies to push the boundaries of what is possible in the boating industry.