IMM opens in St. Maarten

Oct 28, 2016 by Guest Writer

Guadeloupe-based project management company International Marine Management has opened an office in St. Maarten in IGY’s Isle de Sol Marina, enabling it to provide full technical assistance to yachts throughout the island, as well as those in St. Barts and St. Kitts and Nevis.  

IMM was founded in 2007, and has been offering European-standard quality in project management across a range of non-traditional locations ever since. In St. Maarten, it can provide the full range of technical services, including painting, hydraulics, teak decking, and interior works.  

“St Maarten is a natural hub for superyachts between charters and owner trips, so we can assist yachts very efficiently here — whether it is to plan haul-outs in Guadeloupe and Martinique, or to carry out in-water refit and maintenance in St, Maarten or neighboring islands,” said Fabrice Maitre, IMM founder and director.

IMM’s headquarters in Guadeloupe offers berthing for yachts of all sizes and drafts, including a 200m ISPS-compliant dock. In Martinique, it has access to a 180m dry dock.

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