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Rybovich dredging under way

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Rybovich Superyacht Marina & Refit in West Palm Beach is nearing completion of construction work at its north yard, which will open 800 linear feet of dockage with a controlling depth of 17 feet.

“We expect to be fully operational by Oct. 1,” said Carlos Vidueira, vice president of Rybovich.

 

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