YOUR BOAT WILL NEVER BE A PROBLEM AGAIN!
YOU WILL HAVE A TEAM AT YOUR SIDE TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BOAT IN THE SUMMERTIME...
Washing the exterior, the topside exterior, awnings, cushions, fenders, tenders, spray hoods, etc. Cleaning the interior, the bilges, engine compartments, carpets, the hull and wetted surfaces (propeller shafts, sea water intake flaps, etc.), etc.
We constantly monitor your mooring, the state of your batteries, your bilges, etc.
We verify that everything is running smoothly, so that you can relax during your free time aboard ship. We can bring your boat to your vacation locale and bring it back to its mooring whenever it is convenient for you!
... AND EVEN IN WINTER!
With our help, you can rest easy even when you don't use your boat often or at all.
Our experience is at your service. Once we have decided together on the ordinary or extraordinary maintenance to be performed while your boat is being stored, we’ll inform you of the costs and timetable. After that, it will be our job to perform the agreed-upon services according to the predetermined schedule and costs or, when we are not carrying out the work directly, to ensure that it is being done and oversee any task that has been entrusted to external companies.
We will even take care of transferring your craft to the shipyard and returning it to its mooring. All the exterior cushions will be washed, dried and stowed.
The tender will be prepared and stored, ready to be used again, as will its outboard motor.
We will check the safety equipment, which will be serviced or replaced. We will do the same for the ship's papers, even assisting with license renewal and renewal of the Ship Safety Certificate.
Then there are those little things that count and should not be neglected: removing paint marks on the chain by washing it and the locker; cleaning the air conditioning fan coil filters; cleaning and applying lubricant to the porthole and hatch gaskets (which are always covered in salt!); changing the fresh water in the tanks following their disinfection; drying all the bilges; winterizing the motor(s) and generator(s) (freshwater mixed with antifreeze in the circuits); hauling down the sails to take them for washing and repairing or washing them before unrigging them, storing them for the winter and finding them ready and rigged for the first time you take your craft back out, etc.
In other words, the basics for keeping your ‘floating capital’ in order, in every sense!