Bradford Marine opens new facility in Fort Lauderdale

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Bradford Marine is now offering a full line of services at Lauderdale Marine Center with the opening of a new facility in Bays 105 and 106.

Services include naval architecture and engineering; electrical engineering and service; welding and fabrication; plumbing and pipefitting; carpentry; fiberglass; stabilizer and hydraulic repairs; optical and laser alignments; shaft reconditioning and fabrication; and propeller reconditioning, MRI scans and dynamic balancing.

These services are in addition to the capabilities of Bradford Marine's shipyard on Fort Lauderdale's Marina Mile.

"Our new operation at Lauderdale Marine Center's state-of-the-art facility expands Bradford Marine's capabilities and enables us to provide full service to yachts of all types and sizes," Bradford president Paul Engle said in a statement.

"Megayacht owners and their captains will benefit from having Bradford Marine's full line of services available at Lauderdale Marine Center, and LMC and its existing subcontractors will benefit as well by the expansion of our business," he added.

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