Bradford Marine expands at Fort Lauderdale boatyard

Bradford Marine is expanding its presence at the Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale with a new propeller shop.
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Bradford Marine is expanding its presence at the Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale with a new propeller shop.

Since 2009 Bradford Marine has offered its full-service complement to yachts at the marine center. The propeller shop can recondition propellers ranging from 8 inches to 8 feet. The company said the certified welders on-site provide quality welding for stainless steel, bronze and nibral propellers.

"The opening of the Propeller Shop is an added convenience for yachts based at Lauderdale Marine Center,” Bradford Marine Companies president Paul Engle said in a statement. “Captains and yacht owners now have the ability to have their propellers and shafts serviced by the same expert technicians at our headquarters without shipping off-site.”

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