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Ferretti opens at LMC


Ferretti Group America has opened a 5,000-square-foot office, workshop and parts facility at Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale. The new facility will employ eight full-time employees, with plans to add 15-20 positions in the coming year, according to an LMC press release. 

The service department is equipped to handle warranty work, routine maintenance, complete refits and all phases of yacht refinishing for all Ferretti Group brands, including Ferretti Yachts, Pershing, Wally, Itama, Riva, MochiCraft, CRN and CustomLine. Mobile service vans with qualified technicians also are available for dockside visits.

The parts department carries products from brands including Ethos, Aqua Signal, Mastervolt, Fluiten, Side-Power, Besenzoni, Cantalupi, Lopolight, Gianneschi, Calpeda, Guidi, Planus, Tecma, Gallinea, H&B Technics and Tecnoseal. Custom kits for spare parts are also available for American owners of Ferretti Group boats.

Guy J. Gauvin, director of after sales and service for Ferretti Group America, stated that the new facilities will allow Ferretti “to offer our American customers an unparalleled range of technical support and consultancy services from a global team.”

Ferretti Group America serves the United States, Canada and Central and South America.

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    1. Bill Lindsey

      I am pleased to see this and even happier to say I was wrong. When the new owners acquired LMC, I was sure they planned to convert it to residential use in short order. Happily, I was wrong.
      It is wonderful to see our local marine industry thriving.

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