26 Jan

What's Hot for your Yacht

UMT Marine is launching three new products for the marine industry. The new davit, passerelle and boarding stairs debuted at this year's Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show.

Seamlessly welding together old-fashioned craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology, UMT Marine is the marine industry’s “stainless steel standard” for custom-built yacht products. UMT’s unflinching dedication to quality has earned it a stellar reputation among boat owners, who praise the company for both its products and its superlative customer service.

Able to craft virtually anything customers may need for their vessels, UMT’s Fort Lauderdale-based fabrication facility is ideally situated to serve boaters from all over the world’s waterways. With over 17 years of deep industry experience, UMT has developed product lines around the things its customers need the most, and features lifting and boarding products that span the gamut from light to heavy duty.

Since 2008, when new owner Henry Geddes shifted UMT’s focus decisively toward customer service and technological innovation, the company has been busy redefining what “custom-crafted” means to the marine industry. Two years later, the company is continuing to change the game with the launch of several new products, including:

New G-Series davits
Following in the footsteps of their versatile H-Series davits, UMT’s new heavy-duty G-Series davit is all about lifting power and structural strength. Designed to handle loads from 2500-4500 pounds, these Herculean davits are ideal for meeting the demands of larger vessels.

New boarding stairs
UMT’s commitment to quality is also a commitment to safety and efficiency, as embodied by these lightweight yet heavy-duty boarding stairs. Crafted from either high-grade aluminum or reinforced carbon fiber, these boarding stairs offer elegance, reliability, and peace of mind.

New handicap-accessible passerelles
Always listening to the needs of its customers, UMT is proud to help open the waterways to handicapped and disabled passengers with new specially designed transom gangways/passerelles built specifically for the 40 to 60-foot range.

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