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Nautic is driven by innovation & building long-lasting partnerships with their customers. The Sentinel range is a complete range of fast and efficient multi-functional vessels, providing solutions to the offshore oil & gas industry. The frontier range consists of our larger platforms designed particularly for offshore patrol duties for both oil and gas and naval applications.

Nautic is positioned as a leading shipbuilder and maritime services provider in Africa and beyond; using relationships, technology and skills to put our vessels at the forefront of modern shipbuilding. Nautic consists of naval architects, mechanical engineers and industrial designers who facilitate the construction and repair of ships and boats including: ferries, warships, high-speed craft, fishing boats, rescue boats, yachts and power boats.

"WE’RE STRIVING TO BE RECOGNISED AS AN INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LEADER."

JAMES FISHER

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OUR VESSELS

services and support

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    Refit and repair
    Fast, cost-effective refit and repair solutions for vessels.

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    Ship management and consulting
    Providing integrated turn-key vessel operations management.

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    Leasing
    Full-service and charter leasing of newly built vessels.

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    Parts and spares
    Nautic provides a solutions for all vessel equipment needs.

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    Contract Maintenance
    Custom vessel maintenance solutions across commercial and security markets.

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    Training
    Training includes theory and practical modules.

A new 'frontier' to dawn for Nautic with its 42m Hybrid Frontier

A new 'frontier' to dawn for Nautic with its Hybrid Propulsion 42m Frontier.....

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Cape Talk/702 Radio #AfricaConnected: R347m contract to build ferries for Côte d'Ivoire boosts jobs

Standard Bank sent pan-African broadcaster Lee Kasumba up the Continent to uncover the potential of its markets as a part of the Africa Connected project. While visiting Abidjan, the capital city of Cote d'Ivoire, Kasumba met with the CEO of maritime transport company Citrans....

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