Thank you for point that out Gush. Again my last post focused primary on the weight issue, though my primary concern was too much weight up top. I kind of ignored other aspects involved in helicopter operation on yachts. Another problem with the Ilona hanger is that the size constrains imposed on the heli. If the owner wishes to upgrade, then the option is limited. I didn’t know that the system has more than 70 hydraulic rams. I would figure that they can probably get away with less? Ecstasea has very similar heli hanger design at the bow, but it doesn’t get used a lot. Perhaps this has to do with the fact that it is a bit more difficult to land on the bow hanger rather than at the stern heli pad. Aside from a more difficult landing, I think the bow hanger solution on Ecstasea is the best hanger that I have seen. But a difficult landing also means a more dangerous landing, and safety should always be the first consideration. It’s a tough one. Octopussy of course has one of the most versatile hanger, but it requires both landing space and hanger space (two deck height no less), arguably the most reliable and robust implementation, but very expensive in terms of space.