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We are looking for a boat builder to complete work in WA, on behalf of a client. 

The project is to make modifications to an existing vessel, including to the fuel system, bilge, engines and the addition of water tight compartments.

We are also chasing a price to build our Aqua Cat 720 design, for the same client.

If you are interested or know someone that may be, please give us a call on 9417 9421 or email for the project scope. Alternatively comment below with your email address and we will forward you the details.

Please note we have been having some difficulties with our existing phone number. Our new phone number 9417 9421. If you have our phone number saved in your contacts, could you please amend your records accordingly to reflect the new number.

Thank you, the team at NMS.

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Naval Architecture and Marine Solutions are looking for people to submit guest posts during November and December.

Interested.... Head over to our Facebook page for more details.

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Stagg Boats have been building our designs lately and their customers have nothing but nice things to say about them. They are currently updating their website, and have some nice looking photo's already uploaded.

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NMS is pleased to announce that our senior naval architect Shaun Ritson has been successfully registered by the Board of Professional Engineers Queensland (RPEQ) in Naval Architecture.

Shaun's registration further enhances the capabilities of Naval Architecture and Marine Solutions, and we look forward to offering Queensland customers our engineering services.

For further information on BPEQ, please visit their website.

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We have started a new discussion on our Facebook page, and would like to invite you to join the discussion.

We are after the input of boating enthusiasts to find out what is important to you when you’re choosing a boat.

We hope you will join the discussion at

Naval Architecture and Marine Solutions is proud to announce we are now a member of the Boating Industry Association (BIA) WA.

As members we honour the BIA's Code of Ethics, ensuring that clients have peace of mind in the services and designs we provide.
When dealing with boating professionals, always look for the BIA Member sign.

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We have just uploaded our latest NMS newsletter to our website.

As well as detailing information on recent projects, our naval architects have also included some useful information on vessel modifications, vessel safety management systems and fire and safety plans.

Subscribe to our NMS newsletter on the website to receive future issues emailed to your inbox.

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Details of our new custom 11m Sports Cruiser have been added to our website.

With an overall length of 11.5 metres and a beam of 3.5 metres, the sports cruiser can be trailered during daylight hours.

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New vessel design is probably the service we are most known for; however this is only one aspect of our business.

Vessel owners often need to respond to market demands by upgrading and modifying their vessels. A large component of our work relates to modifying and converting existing vessels; including structural design; reviewing stability and powering requirements; and retrofitting of new equipment. Whether it is a minor or major modification, NMS’ naval architects are well qualified for the task.

Talking to Naval Architecture and Marine Solutions (NMS) before making alterations or modifications can ensure that you receive the correct advice before making such an investment and can also ensure that your vessel remains safe, operable and meets your expectations.

One of the most critical aspects of any modification is the impact on vessel stability. Modifying a vessel or its equipment can affect the stability in a number of ways, not all of them immediately apparent.

Vessel lengthening is one of the larger scale modifications that we regularly become involved with.

If you are looking at lengthening a vessel, we can assist you by providing a range of options to allow the cost versus benefit analysis to be made.

Our collective operations experience allows us to develop cost-effective and timely solutions that respond to our clients’ needs.

Throughout the modification process, NMS can work closely with the owner and boatyard / shipyard in order to ensure you receive a quality product.

We also liaise and manage the requisite approval or regulatory authority submission to Department of Transport, Department of Mines and Petroleum, or any other statutory agency.

To see our full article or find out more about some of the vessel modification projects we have recently been involved in see our website
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