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Our 2019 starts with some fantastic news.

Updated: Apr 10, 2019


The year 2018 was in many ways quite an amazing year for Nautic, and for that we are thankful.


Early in the year we established Nautic Rus in St. Petersburg with our Russian partners. There we are currently employing just over 40 engineers, architects, 3D artist and other office staff. We are well on our way with the development of drawings and documentation for our Norebo trawler series. This includes quite a comprehensive workshop documentation for Severnaya Verf, that is building these state of the art trawlers. This January, Norebo expanded their trawler new-building investment by adding another four vessels to the previous six, all of whom are designed by our hard working team.


Read more about this here.



We have also been working on our revolutionary crab vessel project, as well as having launched the first design in our new Raptor Series. In the near future we will introduce two additional size variations, an 18 m and the longer 30 m with multiple possibilities in outfitting arrangements. These vessels are targeting the smaller trawler and fishing vessel segment and interest has grown and spread to different corners of the world.


Read more about our Raptors in this article by Kim Hansen for Hook & Net.



First and foremost, we are extremely happy about how well our efforts have been received within the Russian Federation, and we look forward to continued success in the year 2019.

We are thankful for our fortune and the good cooperation and understanding of our client base. We wish them all and our followers a good and prosperous year in 2019.

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