This study is performed to evaluate and design the dynamic characteristics of the onboard machinery with resilient mounts. To avoid resonance with onboard machinery and external force, it is necessary to calculate natural frequencies of the resilient mounting system more accurately. Natural frequencies of on board machinery are determined by rigid body properties(mass, moment of inertia, center of mass) of machinery and stiffness of mounts. But it is very difficult to calculate rigid body properties theoretically. And stiffness properties of rubber mounts vary with dynamic displacement, pre load, frequency and temperature, and so on. In this study, we have identified rigid body properties using experimental modal analysis and estimated dynamic stiffness of rubber mount for onboard machinery using measured vibration response during seatrial. We measured displacement excitation through deck under mounts and evaluated relationship between modes of resilient mounting system and main excitation sources of a ship.