YACHT METALWORK GUIDES
Whether it’s the hull, handrails or helipad, modern superyachts have a wide range of different metal elements – in fact, it’s probably the most widely used material on board. Given this, there’s a good chance that an owner or captain will require the services of a metal fabricator at some stage.
Our Yachting Pages crew guides take a closer look at everything you need to know about yacht metalwork, with some helpful tips and insight from industry specialists. Our guides dissect what you need to know about choosing a metal fabricator for your superyacht and the difference between aluminium boat hulls and steel boat hulls.
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It is not always easy to know what to look for when hiring a specialist marine fabricator. Therefore Yachting Pages has put together this guide to help a yacht engineer, captain or even a management company, find reputable metal fabricators who are experience in working with yachts and superyachts.
The bimini top has become an essential item for those who cruise or charter in sunny waters. As such, Yachting Pages follows along with the design fabrication and installation of a bimini frame aboard S/Y Nariida.
Superyachts can be made out of a wide range of metals. Here Yachting Pages and leading yacht metalwork companies compare two of the more common metals used for a boat hull: steel and aluminium.