Spanish shipyard Varadero adds carpentry

Mar 10, 2019 by Triton Staff

Spanish shipyard Varadero Valencia has expanded and reinforced its range of services this year in different repair and maintenance areas, according to a recent press release.

The shipyard now has its own carpentry department, offering full-service carpentry for any type of boat, but specializing in repair and care of classic wooden boats.

The shipyard also reinforced its mechanics and hydraulics department through an agreement  with Shore Marine, a company with experience in the sector.

For more information, visit varaderovalencia.com.

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