Aurora Yachts to showcase its new pilot vessel at Seawork Asia

Aurora Yachts will be showcasing its product range at Seawork Asia Aurora Yachts will be showcasing its product range at Seawork Asia

Aurora Yachts Shipyard, located in Dalian in China, is to showcase its high quality vessels at the East’s largest commercial marine expo, Seawork Asia. Aurora will display a number of its vessels and provide an insight into its custom design and build facilities and services at the event in November.

Aurora Yachts Shipyard, located in Dalian in China, is to showcase its high quality vessels at the East’s largest commercial marine expo, Seawork Asia. Aurora will display a number of its vessels and provide an insight into its custom design and build facilities and services at the event in November.

Aurora will be promoting its new 17.3 metre aluminum pilot boat, which will demonstrate enhanced work efficiency and heightened safety. The 17m pilot boat will be located in the outer exhibition zone.

Using a European shipyard management model, Aurora Yachts shipyard bring EU and UK standards of quality control to their design and build ensuring customer expectations are met and exceeded. The company is dedicated to the design and fabrication of specialized aluminum commercial, leisure and security vessels in both mono and multihull designs, sourced by top quality imported certified marine grade aluminum.

Aurora’s 150-strong dedicated technical and production teams continually strive to offer quality vessels at competitive prices; the teams offer design, development and procurement which ensures repeat custom.

Aurora is currently building six pilot vessels for the Yantai Pilot Station, which are due to be commissioned shortly.

Aurora Yachts produces passenger and commercial vessels to IMO HSC/SSC, SOLAS CCS rules and selected survey class for worldwide operations which are developed and built to designs from renowned naval architects and designers.

See Aurora Yachts Shipyard’s showcase and vessel designs at Seawork Asia in November.
By Hannah Colls, Mercator Media