Designed “by yachtsmen, for yachtsmen”, the NautiBuoy platform is the result of a four year research and development project and a substantial amount of superyacht experience. With a patent pending air toggle-linking system the NautiBuoy is suited to a variety of situations – be it work or play.

The NautiBuoy platform can be single-handedly inflated in less than five minutes and allows crew to maintain a superyacht exterior without the need for a tender, jet-ski or surfboard. A non-skid cover, suction cups, and a patent pending ballast water system provide ample stability and protection. Each ballast bag has a forty-litre capacity and automatically fills up with water when launched, resulting in 160 kilos of additional weight - making maintenance simple and stable. Ballast water can be dumped using the attached Velcro straps.

“The NautiBuoy platform was created out of the frustrations we felt whilst working as crew. It solves a lot of issues for crewmembers as well as being a great addition for yacht owners and guests. From the crew’s point of view it is a real time-saver, with our biggest platform only taking 3.5 minutes to inflate, and is a robust alternative to launching a tender for boat cleaning,” comments co-founder Clay Builder.

Platforms can be connected end-to-end, side-to-side, in L and T shapes, and at ninety degrees (using the NautiBuoy triangle) to suit work or leisure. A patent pending air-toggle system enables numerous configurations, from jet-ski docks to bathing platforms.

“The platform addresses the issue of misjudged jet-ski collisions, a considerable issue for superyachts, as the cost of damage is enormous. Using our patented linking system, several platforms can be connected to create a safe jet-ski dock. Whilst for owners and guests, our accessories, which include headrests and comfy seats, make the platform the ideal spot for swimming or sunbathing,” concludes Clay.

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