International Marine Management opens superyacht repair base in Guadeloupe
Tuesday, 7 September 2010
International Marine Management has announced the opening of a repair base in Guadeloupe dedicated to Mega Yachts. IMM brings European-standard repairs in the heart of the Caribbean. In Guadeloupe, International Marine Management is able to welcome the largest mega yachts alongside their quay, which is clean, well-protected, safe and secure, meeting ISPS standards.
There, IMM can provide any repairs afloat (painting, hydraulics, electronics, electrics, piping, tank/duct cleaning, interior work, etc.), and will also provide all necessary services for the Vessel, Officers and Crew (including customs/immigration assistance, conciergerie services, spare parts dispatch throughout the Caribbean, French food and wine provisioning, among other things). IMM has 300 meters of quay space available for alongside berthing, and 8 places with mooring buoys for yachts up to 130 meters.
Motor Yacht A just spent two months alongside IMM’s Quay in Guadeloupe. IMM also announces that they have dry dock space available in Martinique (which can accommodate yachts up to 140 meters) for any work that requires dry docking the Vessel.
IMM’s facilities in Guadeloupe are literally in the middle of where the multihulls will be arriving for the finish of the 2010 Route du Rhum race at the beginning of November.