Refinisher relocates

Oct 4, 2018 by Triton Staff

Fort Lauderdale-based yacht refinisher Progressive Yacht has relocated from its long-time base at Rolly Marine to Bahia Mar Yachting Center.

At Rolly for 18 years, the move includes an expansion of services, including two new departments and relationships with skilled workers, so the company can handle most any refit need. Its services include painting, fabrication, refinishing, carpentry, fiberglass, varnish, and interior refit.

The company also will work in more marinas and shipyards across Fort Lauderdale and South Florida.

Contact details remain the same at +1 954-610-9608 and The new office is at 801 Seabreeze Blvd. (33316).


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