The formula for a successful yard period includes precaution, communication and courtesy.
Cost, time, and scope of work — change one, change them all
When it comes to the interior, no one is better positioned to plan, protect, prioritize and track progress.
It’s up to the engineer to know what a yacht needs and what a yacht wants — and to clarify the difference.
A successful refit requires that you hit the ground running and maintain a steady pace.
Modifications that don’t account for regulations can be disastrous on budget, time, future use and resale value.
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Several states have tax exemptions, discounts or caps on yacht repairs and refits.