Heavy Seas signs agreement with Palma-based shipyard

Head office of Heavy Seas yacht repair and refit facilities based in Palma de Mallorca.

Repair, maintenance and nautical services company, Heavy Seas, has signed an agreement with the Astilleros de Mallorca (Shipyards of Mallorca) to collaborate on the development of auxiliary activities for the management of refit and repair projects within the yachting sector.

The partnership will see Heavy Seas providing support in the following service areas:

  • Work relating to inflatables, pneumatics, bumpers, fenders, slides, inflatable platforms, etc.
  • Creation and repair of fender hooks.
  • Upholstery work such as design, supply and installation of custom-made indoor and outdoor loose furniture and decorative accessories including chairs, cushions, curtains, awnings, parasols, and technical floors.
  • Working with methacrylate, plexiglass and similar materials.

“It is a fruitful collaboration, and we hope that it will be very beneficial for the clients of Astilleros de Mallorca,” says the CEO of Heavy Seas, Javier Massetani, “therefore the objective is to work under the guidelines of this great shipyard efficiently, quickly and with high quality, as when we do projects at the shipyard, we will have the best experts and most advanced tools at our disposal.”

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