History


1979 – First ATW system sold, under the electrical contracting company Rafboði
1981 – First ATW installed in vessel Ottó N. Þorláksson in Reykjavík, Iceland

1993 – Naust Marine established as a separate company to focus on the ATW
1995 – First system sale to a company outside Iceland
1998 – First ATW to a Moonzund type trawler.
           Naust Marine would go on to supply the ATW system to over 20 identical trawlers
2006 – First US trawler receives winches and ATW controls from Naust Marine. F/V Bristol Explorer
2009 – Naust Marine moves to a new modern site in Miðhella 4, Hafnarfjörður, Iceland
2010 – Winch system sold to a company in South America, vessel Echizen Maru in Argentina
2011 – Naust Marine USA established in Seattle, WA as a local sales and service office for the
           Pacific fleet
2012 – Naust Marine sells and delivers complete winch system on board Japanese trawler
2016 – First ATW delivery to Pulkovskiy Meridian (BATM) type trawler.
           In total there were over 140 vessels built of that same type
2016 – Naust Marine Serbia established as a manufacturer and designer of winches
           (moved to Spain 2018)
2016 – First Naust Marine trawl winches delivered to American Seafoods in Seattle, USA
2018 – Naust Marine Spain established as a manufacturer and designer of winches and
           as a local sales and service office