Samos is the exclusive dealer in Italy for Naiad Dynamics US, manufacturer of control systems for pleasure, commercial, and military vessels, among which stabilizers, thrusters, interceptors, foils. Naiad Dynamics can offer the most advanced technology, the best performance and, above all, efficient and guaranteed worldwide technical support thanks to their sales and service centers located in key regions.
Opem Sistemi, part of the Samos group, manufactures naval equipment for yachts, passenger, and military vessels.
The design and construction characteristics of Opem Sistemi’s products meet the main Classification Societies’ regulations as well as the customization requests from customers.
Opem Sistemi’s production focuses on electro-hydraulic or electric steering systems and mooring machinery.
SETEC is an Italian company based in Turin that makes electrical motion (Nautimove is the division dedicated to naval applications) its strong point. Samos has seized the opportunity to introduce a whole range of innovative applications to the market of pleasure boating for megayachts, ranging from electric telescopic carbon lighting bow masts to on-board electrical motion systems (cranes, hatches, platforms).
The partnership between Samos and Mitsubishi dates back to the early 2000s and concerns the promotion and maintenance of retractable stabilizer systems present on commercial and passenger ships operating in Europe. Samos takes care in particular the sale of spare parts and the ordinary and extraordinary maintenance on the ships during their stay at the dry dock. The technical assistance service is adequately trained and constantly updated.
Samos has signed an agreement with Hull Vane BV for the distribution in Italy of their range of submerged appendages (a fixed hydrofoil) designed ad hoc and built to optimize the hydrodynamic efficiency of displacement vessels including yachts, passenger, and military ships. The advantages guaranteed by such systems are essentially reduction of fuel consumption and noise, and improvement of the trim during navigation.