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Cable Marine, Inc. has the facilities, staff and experience to meet all your yacht repair and refinishing needs, solve your service problems and get you back on the water, where you want to be.
With over 38 years experience providing quality marine repair and restoration services at reasonable prices, Cable Marine, Inc. knows yachts. We have developed advanced technical capabilities in hydraulics, electronics, carpentry, engines & generators, and refinishing to meet the ever-changing demands of our industry. Our staff is made up of a highly qualified group of marine technicians that provide years of experience and top-notch service. Vessels up to 120’ are welcome and haulouts are no problem using one of our 3 travel lifts boasting 40, 80 and 100 ton capacities.
Call us for a quote or visit us at one of our two conveniently located yards: 2491 W. State Road 84, Ft. Laud. (954)587-4000 (80 and 100 ton lifts) or 1517 SE 16th Street, Ft. Laud. (954)462-2822 (40 ton lift). You can also check us out on the web at www.cablemarine.com.

+1 (954) 527-4062
Florida
United States

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