Yacht Engineering & Maintenance Services
As marine engineers we specialise in mechanical and electrical services. We have over 30 years of experience in the boat/shipbuilding industry and are known for our very high standard of service. Our market is predominantly pleasure craft, sailing and motor yachts of up to 30m which do not have a full time engineer onboard, but we do take on works on larger vessels as and when required. Though based on the Cote D’Azur we can facilitate clients internationally.
All of our work is guaranteed & we have public liability insurance to the sum of £5M for the peace of mind of our clients.
We are an indispensable asset to an ever growing number of high profile yachts and we provide the following services:
Servicing & maintenance of both mechanical & electrical equipment
We offer a routine maintenance service, regardless of location and carry out weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual maintenance.
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Installation of new mechanical & electrical equipment
We carry out installation of new mechanical and electrical equipment and systems such as engines, generators, pumps, motors, batteries, battery chargers, water makers, purifiers, heating and air conditioning, navigation equipment, audio/visual equipment, additional lighting and power, safety equipment.
Repairs to existing mechanical & electrical equipment
We carry out repairs to existing mechanical and electrical equipment such as generators, pumps, motors, batteries, battery chargers, water makers, purifiers, heating and air conditioning, navigation equipment, audio/visual equipment, lighting and power, specialising in fault finding and diagnosis of the most intricate of problems.
Shipyards & Boatyards
Having had experience in some of the world’s largest marine facilities we are able to work on vessels either afloat or ashore depending on the nature of the contract.
Whilst able to carry out the majority of the works ourselves, we also offer a management service, should it be required, to liaise between the owners/captains and shipyards.