If you are looking for an insider tip along the eastern Baltic Sea, you will certainly come across the island Saaremaa in Estonia. Water sports enthusiasts preferring quiet places may know this very natural island since water sports and boat building are Saaremaa’s DNA.
For some time now, a VETTER yachting crane has been an eye catcher in the renovated fishing port of Nasva: The 10-ton crane with an outreach of 5.5 m is mainly used for fishing boats and lifts about 100 boats per season. But also water sports enthusiasts with boats to be repaired head for the port and find help there. On the weather protection roof protecting the hoist from weather conditions, the town printed its logo – a flounder. This is why the VETTER crane in the port of Nasva with its height of more than 10 m has not only become a landmark of Saaremaa but also a welcome navigation aid for the fishermen.
On Saaremaa, VETTER yachting cranes have already been appreciated for many years. Especially the climatic conditions present a challenge mastered by VETTER. Low operating costs, year-round use, as well as safe and comfortable operation are advantages treasured by the operating company. Moreover, it is a profitable investment: In Nasva, the operating company saves several thousand Euros per year formerly incurred for transport and rent of mobile cranes.
The perfect way in which a yachting crane matches the landscape or a marina is not only shown by the yachting crane on Saaremaa but also by the numerous examples of applications in our new leaflet. Rely on VETTER’s experts and quality products – your partner when it is about yachting cranes!