Barry 2019-06-07

With the ambition of taking Australian-made ingenuity to the world, Stella Marine has purchased the IP and patents on the Fleet-Hydrol range of hydraulic swim platform supports. 

Stella Marine celebrated the official launch of the Fleet-Hydrol range under the Stella brand at the 2019 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, and will follow up at the Sydney International Boat Show in August and Perth boat show in September.

The company will begin its global campaign at the METSTRADE Show (METS) in Amsterdam in November as part of the Australian AIMEX-Superyacht Australia contingent.
Established in Brookvale, NSW in 1960 by David Butchart, then continued and expanded by Trevor Butchart, Fleet-Hydrol specialises in the manufacture of high-quality hydraulic equipment, in high demand around Australia and internationally.

As Gary Cooper from Stella Marine explained “Over the past 10 years, we have used the Fleet-Hydrol systems in many swim platform installations and we believe they are the best hydraulic swim platform mechanisms in the market bar none”.

Stella Marine will manufacture the stainless-steel arms and hydraulic mechanisms for swim platforms in vessels from 25 to 150ft, from their headquarters at The Boat Works, Coomera.
“The Fleet-Hydrol mechanism uses a patented hydraulic system in which both sides move in perfect unison. It also incorporates a positive lock in mechanism that holds it firm in all positions, from low to high and spreads the load better than any other system.”


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