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BALK SHIPYARD THE NETHERLANDS


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amily business Balk Shipyard opened her doors in 1798, building wooden vessels on a small slipway in Elburg. Now


seven generations of the Balk family tree later and Balk Shipyard has evolved into a word-leading yard for refits and rebuilds of superyachts. Now located in Urk, they have two refit halls with room for three yachts up to 45 and 65 metres and a construction hall, dedicated to aluminium. Next to that there is a syncrolift which enables them to haul out and launch yachts horizontally up to 1000 tons dead weight. The yachts can be moved from the lift to one of three outside tracks or to one of the designated halls. Next to the facilities on the hard, they also have some mooring spaces within the protected borders of their premises. These mooring spaces are of course equipped with proper shore power and running water. Separate from the yard facilities, they have the availability of a crew house as of late 2020. The work and identity of Balk Shipyard rests entirely on the expertise of its skilled employees. Every rebuild and refit is customised to suit the wishes of each client. Working closely with naval architects, exterior designers, interior designers and subcontractors they give you the opportunity to carefully craft your own fully customised yacht. Many disciplines need to be deployed in a very careful and efficient way. This can only be done properly by the best of the best, which is why they have many disciplines in-house.


For more details Tel: +31 527 681 741 or visit www.balkshipyard.com


KRM YACHT REFIT & REPAIR TURKEY


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RM yacht refit & repair was established in 2010 for the sole purpose of specialising in superyacht refit and has, since then


been investing in that area and has become the leader of the refit industry in Turkey by virtue of its improved standards and capacity increasing each and every year with great achievements. KRM Yacht refit & repair facility is located in Istanbul / Tuzla which hosts one of the biggest marine industry of the world together with all its infrastructure capabilities meeting all requirements and needs of superyacht refit. The facility is just 15 minutes’ drive from Sabiha Gokcen International Airport and is also surrounded by restaurants, apart hotels, bars, shopping malls and cinemas. All of these activities are in walking distance to their facility for guests and crew members. KRM yacht team is composed of project managers, engineers, architects, surveyors, technicians and craftsmen, more than 80 marine professionals with only refit dedication. This number reaches to more than 300 with their meticulously hand-picked subcontractors who have become trustworthy partners after several years of collaboration. KRM offers high quality in-house services for project management & development, painting, carpentry, interior, engineering & design, metal works, plumbing& piping, test & classification, and all other services are given by the most professional subcontractors of the region, under the supervision of their project managers for ensuring the highest standard in every aspect of superyacht refit.


For more details Tel: +90 212 26 26 726 or visit www.krmyacht.com


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