Nautical Structures rolls out new Web site

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Nautical Structures recently launched a new interactive Web site that features a live chat with technicians who provide information, advice, and support.

The site also features 10 different language options including Japanese and Korean, and a log-in portal for registered clients that provides access to technical manuals, testing data, drawings, diagrams and other information specific to a given product.

"Our new site is a comprehensive resource for our existing clients as well as for any yacht designer or naval architect interested in quickly obtaining the most current, state-of-the-art technical information regarding tender-handling equipment and boarding systems," vice president of sales Rick Thomas said in a statement.

The real-time live chat with company service technicians as well as technical information on all products, photo and video galleries are accessible to all visitors. They can also visit blogs on the site and comment on an existing topic or post a new one.

Nautical Structures has provided deck cranes, davits, transom lifts, gangplanks, accommodation stairs and other products for luxury yachts since 1986.

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