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press release 27. April 2020, Riviera Maritime Media

Nauti-Craft and OFFCON sign licence agreement for innovative offshore wind craft

Offcon has secured exclusive rights to manufacture vessels incorporating Nauti-Craft technology in Germany with the right to sell them worldwide. This exclusivity is for a finite period and is subject to meeting certain sales performance criteria.

Nauti-Craft has developed a range of craft using a hydraulic suspension system for multi-hulled vessels. The system separates the hulls from the superstructure which allows the hulls to react rapidly to wave input and conform to the sea surface without transmitting high forces and accelerations of the hulls to the deck and superstructure. This provides increased levels of ride comfort, control and stability whether the vessel is stationary or travelling at speed. The company says this allows smaller vessels to provide seakeeping typically only found in larger vessels while having the lower operating costs of a smaller vessel.

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press release 22. April 2020, Offshorewind.biz

Nauti-Craft and OFFCON have entered into a development and license agreement

Nauti-Craft and OFFCON have entered into a developement and license agreement to introduce a new range of multi-purpose daughter craft for the offshore wind industry.

OFFCON has established a company to build the new range of vessels, called Wallaby Boats GmbH.

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press release 3. April 2020, OFFCON

Nauti-Craft and OFFCON enter into a development and license agreement

OFFCON GmbH and Nauti-Craft Pty Ltd have entered into a Development and License Agreement with the purpose of introducing a novel range of multi-purpose daughter craft to the offshore wind industry.

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