MB 92

2000 ton synchrolift for up to 7 yachts of 80 meters
Paint shed 125 meters long for yachts afloat (run by Pinmar)
Boatyard 15,000 sqm yard area with 150 ton travel lift
Nearly 15,000 sqm of offices, workshops and warehouses.
Hundreds of meters of docking space for yachts undergoing refits in the yard.
210 meter drydock basin.

C. T. A.

Claude Thelier is a local figure in the Caribbean. He has more than 30 years of experience as a rigger and is a highly successful racer, still racing maxis and catamarans in major regattas. With a team of 15 staff, they can perform any installation or rigging maintenance / repair works. They can look after any hydraulics problems with access to a huge hydraulics parts stock; and are agents for Sparcraft, Navtec, Acmo, Facnor, and GP 3 rudder bearings.

General Mecanique Marine

We received a whole round of good recommendations for Yves Hecq and his company General Mecanique Marine, who were said to be reliable and very competent. As agents for Caterpillar, Onan / Cummins, Lombardini, Eliche Radice (propellers) and Technodrive invertors, amongst others, they carry out the full range of mechanical repairs and welding / fabrication works from their workshop based within Marina Bas-du-Fort. They are also official agents for Quicksilver, Mercury and Mercruiser outboard engines.

Tel / Fax: +(590) 590 907051
Cell: +(590) 690 712506
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Altec Marine

This welding / fabrication business is run by Franck Ballossier; who had previously spent 20 years as a professional yacht Captain and Project Manager of new builds in France - so has a real understanding of the needs of the professionally crewed yacht market. He has now been running his custom welding / fabrication shop - here in the Carenantilles Boatyard - for the past 6 years; where, with his team of ten staff, they offer the full range of services including fabricating bimini frames, helm wheels; welding and pressurized pipes..

St.Barth Boatyard

Per and Alf are the Swedish gentlemen running this shipyard located in Public, NW of Gustavia. The shipyard, built in concrete, is equipped with a 55 ton crane, to lift boats for prop works etc, that can also transport boats - of up to 26 tons - back to their yard, where they can take on a variety of works including carpentry jobs of any size (including teak decking), fibreglass and paintworks; and mechanical engineering, including outboard motor servicing / repairs. They also have security lighting, power, compressed air and water and are Volvo sales and service agents.