As these images, courtesy of Nautical Structures’ Rick Thomas, attest to Rybovich seems to be working at near capacity, as vessels head south for the winter. “There is an amazing amount of refit and service business going on, and Nautical Structures is proud to be a working partner with the shipyard”, Thomas said.
“We are currently manufacturing a ship-set of equipment for the refit of M/Y Seanna, including an aft tender garage crane and watertight shell-door, a custom passerelle and a fully classed MOB crane”, he explained. “I enjoyed seeing lots of Nautical Structures equipment in service while walking the docks.”
Laurel is one of the many superyacht currently undergoing work at Rybovich.
Seanna remains under wraps while she receives, among other things, a watertight door.
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