One of the world´s largest undercover yacht repair facilities, Bradford Marine, has recently reported a great success at both the Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show as well as the Palm Beach International Boat Show, closing a very successful first quarter of the year. The company is busy during this period at their Fort Lauderdale Shipyard, and also at their workshop at Lauderdale Marine Center, working on the motor yacht Misty as well as the Le Bon Jou Jou superyacht and the luxury yacht Golden Osprey.
Captain Jay Fortier from the superyacht Le Bon Jou Jou and Captain Rob Martimbeault from the M/Y Golden Osprey are both at the yard at the moment. They are taking advantage of the free bottom jobs that they won during the Miami and Fort Lauderdale boat shows.
Several of the vessels that visited Bradford Marine Fort Lauderdale this past season are: the 164′ motor yacht Boardwalk, the 122′ luxury yacht Ar-De, the 163′ superyacht Big Eagle, the 151′ Bella Bri superyacht, the 115′ charter yacht Texas Star, 132′ Unity, 142′ M IV, 116′ Utopia II, the 125′ superyacht Odalisque, 123′ Blackhawk and many more.
Motor yacht Metsuyan IV with her Captain Clive Carrington-Wood is also back at Bradford Marine. This splendid vessel arrived at Bradford Marine this past week for a short yard period before heading back to the Mediterranean for the summer season.
Bradford Marine would like to recognize Captain Jeff Hardgrave, and the owner and crew of the 1977 125´ Burger luxury yacht Mimi, for their support. The owner has been a valued client of Bradford Marine for the past 34 years. This beautiful vessel was launched in 1977 as the Arara III.