International Marine Management have announced the availability of a 180 metre dry dock in Fort de France on the west coast of the Caribbean island of Martinique. Following the acquisition of the facility at the beginning of this year, ENA has spent resources in getting the facility up to standard to be able to cater to superyachts cruising in the region.
The dry dock, which measure 180 metres in length, 23.5 metres across, with a depth of 7.6 metres above the block, is centrally located in Fort de France in a ISPS-compliant area. Metal workshops and class-certified welders onsite facilitate in the execution of short notice in-season repairs.
Norina Edelman, a director at IMM, commented on the developments: “We are thrilled with this new addition to our capacity. A dry dock of this scale under the management of our experienced project managers is a unique offering in the Caribbean. Having originally worked in Europe, our team is familiar with working on 100m+ superyachts and the unique challenges that these very large vessels present.”
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