Gillen expands for megayachts

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Gillen Diesel & Marine Services of Dania, Fla., has expanded into a second facility at the Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale to better service the megayacht market. The company says the new location will allow it to haul boats up to 300 tons.

“We had been looking for another facility that would allow us to haul our megayacht customers. Lauderdale Marine Center’s new renovations provided the perfect environment to support our expansion,” said owner Dave Gillen Sr., in a statement.

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