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Over the last half-century, South Florida has become the undisputed capital of megayacht service, repair and refit. There is no doubt Derecktor has been one of the driving forces behind this phenomenon.
Our Dania yard is widely recognized as the most complete megayacht facility on the East Coast of the U.S., regularly handling multiple vessels of up to 220 LOA. We have continually upgraded and improved our shipyard to lead the market.
Our new Fort Pierce facility is designed and is being developed to meet the ever-growing demand of ever larger yachts, particularly in excess of 900 tons and 200 feet. While the boats and equipment have changed over time, our near-legendary commitment to craft, customers and detail has not.
Derecktor Dania: More than capability. Expertise.
It's not only great weather that brings many of the world's finest yachts to Fort Lauderdale.
Derecktor Dania is widely recognized as the choice for expert repair, complete refit or any conceivable service need. Our combination of experience, professional project management, and never-ending attention to detail have created an environment that produces unrivaled results and customer benefit.
From our deep, protected site to our 900-ton mobile hoist, we are set up to handle virtually any project with minimum stress and maximum efficiency. Combine our site with our refit savvy, and it's easy to see why we've become Florida's finest superyacht repair and refit center.
Derecktor Ft. Pierce: No Job Too Big.
Derecktor Ft. Pierce is here, and the global megayacht fleet has a new port of call.
America’s first repair and refit yard designed and built with the 200 ft., 900-ton and up fleet in mind, Derecktor Ft. Pierce will match the world’s great refit yards in both facility and ability. Situated directly inside Fort Pierce Inlet, 3 nm from the Atlantic Ocean, DFP provides deep water (28 ft./ 8m) access with no overhead obstructions.
Eight acres of level concrete apron give ample storage and repair space, with a newly refitted building housing machine, wood, electrical and pipe shops along with offices and other support services. The world’s largest mobile hoist - 1,500 tons - along with a planned 5,000-ton drydock will give unmatched flexibility and hauling capacity.