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Ensenada’s Baja Naval Offers World-Class Marina and Boatyard Services


Baja Naval was estab- lished in 1987 in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. Its mission is to provide cus- tomers with an economical and professional haulout experience, while increas- ing the safety and value of their yacht. Baja Naval’s 120,000-


square-foot facility and 75- ton Travelift allow its staff to work on as many as 32 boats simultaneously. Baja Naval is a full- service boatyard. In-house workshops include carpentry, bottom work, LP paint systems, mechanical services, naval archi- tecture, hull extensions, stainless steel or aluminum mig and tig welding, and teak deck systems, among other services. This allows Baja Naval to work on fiberglass, wood, steel and aluminum boats, provid- ing clients with a capable, stable and growing team of experts and artisans. Baja Naval also owns and operates a marina with 50 slips for boats up to 100 feet. It provides fuel, restrooms and show-


ers, a concierge, computer hookups, Wi-Fi, free long-distance phone calls to the U.S. and 24-hour manned and electronic secu- rity.


In 2005, Baja Naval started managing


Gran Peninsula Yacht Center, which offers a 2,500-ton Synchrolift capable of hauling vessels with lengths up to 80 meters and beams up to 16 meters. For more information, visit


bajanaval.com or call 01152 (646) 174- 0020. For boatyard information, email Guillermo@bajanaval.com; and for marina information email Marina@bajanaval.com.


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ArrowCat Power Catamarans Makes its Debut at the Show


ArrowCats come from an established company of firsts, offering the ArrowCat 30, 32 and 42. If you want the best mix of performance, comfort and reputation on the market for the near and short term, ArrowCat is your choice. ArrowCats deliver peace of mind on the water and at the fuel dock; they are designed to be more fuel efficient and more stable in rough seas. They also offer better accom- modations per square foot of hull and


deck space than virtually any boat in class. The boats are hand crafted and stoutly optioned for each discerning owner.


We have been proudly serving


our savvy worldwide customer base for years, and in 2014 we are expanding our network of demo boat owners and to more geographic regions in the US and Canada. Deal factory direct at ArrowCat.com or call (877) 277-6999.


LBOATOANS


Chuck Hovey Yachts Introduces the Fleming 58.


See 65’ Fleming, 46’ Chris Craft &


48’ Grand Banks at the Show. New Layouts - The Fleming 58 offers


a variety of accommodation layouts, including a full beam mid-master cabin. Spacious walk-in engine room. 17’ 6’’ beam.


Standard Power - Twin Cummins QSC 500hp or optional MAN 800 HP engines. Standard equipment is the very efficient Sea Torque shaft system which transfers thrust from the propellers directly to the hull structure and eliminates the need for cutless bearings and stuffing boxes. Tank Tested - All new semi-displace- ment hull is a modern design based on the well proven Fleming 55. Synthetic teak rail capping - This


fiberglass material, manufactured and installed at the yard, replicates the exact appearance of varnished teak without the need for continual maintenance. The Fleming 58 - Built at the


renowned Tung Hwa yard in Taiwan, NMMA Certified to ABYC standards, where every Fleming ever built has been constructed, since 1985. Chuck Hovey Yachts is the exclusive


West Coast dealer for Fleming Pilothouse Motoryachts 55, 58, 65, 78 – and is a full- service yacht brokerage with display slips in Newport Beach, San Diego and Seattle. For more information call Chuck Hovey Yachts in Newport Beach at (949)675- 8092, in San Diego at (619)222-0626 and Seattle at (206)624-1908 or visit ChuckHoveyYachts.com.


 Unbeatable Rates  Fast Response


 Professional Service  Offices from Coast to Coast


Call Us for a Free Quote 800-233-6542 Newport Beach, CA


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