Cat trailer range expanded

French company Nautipark has delivered its first 50 tonne slipway trailer for catamarans up to 21m (70ft). The model expands the Parklev range, which is suited to catamarans of 20 tonnes/15m (50ft) and 30 tonnes/18m (60ft).

According to Nautipark’s Vincent Harnois, trailers are amongst the company’s best-sellers. “The greatest product interest is for boat stands to suit all types of boats – we’ve just completed our first ever container shipment to the USA as a follow up to our success in Europe and Oceania. But sales are building for our hydraulic trailers, especially the catamaran versions as this is a growing market with few good solutions.”
Export success is a given for a company that prides itself on selling cradles, storage and handling solutions to the global market. The company estimates that 98 per cent of the world’s leisure boats can be safely cradled by one of two specially developed Nautipark cradles and that the models can save up to 50 per cent of yard space.
Hydraulic slipway trailers are easy to use, versatile, efficient and require minimal maintenance. They can transport motor, sail and catamaran vessels and have remote control operation.
In addition to the Parklev range, Quicklev trailers are popular for launching and recovering motor boats of up to 20 tonnes.


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