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Pendennis expands


Pendennis Shipyard completed a two-year rebuild of its Falmouth-based yard, including a 7,564-square-meter non-tidal wet basin to accommodate superyachts up to 110m for alongside berthing and refit work as well as support yacht commissioning before and after time out of the water. Other improvements include two 90m and one 45m double bay halls, workshops and office space. And the yard has taken delivery of a 640-ton travel hoist. The yard also is expected to add 60 employees in the next two years.

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