Pendennis, one of the world’s leading luxury yacht builders, is planning on increasing its capabilities to move towards larger yacht construction as well as refit market. One of the plans in particular includes increasing the hight of the dry dock.
A good number of enquiries for the Pendennis Plus side of the business is received by the shipyard, which is focusing on 60+ metre ranges of new built vessels as well as refits. As reported by Pendennis, it is important for their company to continually enhance their facilities for this particular aspect of the business.
In addition to this expansion plan, the 2011 opening of the Pendennis Palma Refit office has continued to improve their clients relationships. By continuing to build upon their already world class facilities in Falmouth and expanding into Europe, Pendennis can offer an enhanced service that serves to assist a high level of client retention by providing ongoing international support.
By maintaining its relationship with its clients and the yacht captains through this facility, Pendennis can be more assured of yachts returning to Falmouth for future works.
More than 23 years in business, Pendennis shipyard boasts an excellent portfolio of 100 refit projects and 30 custom built yachts, including refits such as the Feadship superyacht Audacia, Vitters luxury yacht Dardanella and the beautiful 1929 charter yacht Dona Amelia. Newly built vessels include the 44.2m Hemisphere, the largest privately owned luxury sailing catamaran in the world and the 46m sailing yacht Christopher designed by Ron Holland.
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