The famed Bradford Marine, with a footprint in Florida dating back half a century, is under new ownership. Despite the change, the company name remains the same. Furthermore, the new owners plan to keep the focus on megayacht repair, among other specialties, with investments. Fort Lauderdale Yacht Harbor (FLYH), a Florida-registered company, acquired Bradford Marine.
To drive American and Canadian sales and assist owners with service needs, Numarine now has a base in Fort Lauderdale. Numarine USA, the new dedicated division, is the result of a partnership with the well-known Bradford Marine. Established in Turkey about a decade ago, Numarine builds fiberglass motoryachts between 60 and 130 feet (about 18.3
The AeroCruiser range of Danish Yachts has a new addition: the AeroCruiser 38 II Flybridge. The AeroCruiser 38 II Flybridge is, of course, a flying-bridge version of the AeroCruiser 38 II. The first 38 II was Shooting Star, completed in 2011. You may recall that Shooting Star was famously photographed racing the helicopter that regularly
Danish Yachts is targeting American buyers with what it considers an excitingly different megayacht. She’s the QuadraDeck 40M, which certainly embraces atypical materials and design features. The Danish Yachts QuadraDeck 40M also brings together an international team, with strong U.S. roots, that has never previously collaborated. The team is comprised of stylist Cor D Rover
To strengthen its global reach, Danish Yachts has tapped Bradford Marine to be its sales and service representative for the United States as well as the rest of North and South America. In terms of new yacht and megayacht sales, Bradford Marine’s brokers Paul Madden and Parker Bogue each visited Danish Yachts’ nearly 91,500-square-foot (8,500-square-meter) shipyard in
Two major names in megayacht refit and repair in South Florida have joined forces. As revealed in this month’s Megayacht News e-newsletter (see signup at left on the homepage), Dania Cut Super Yacht Repair Facility and Bradford Marine are together targeting 200-foot-plus megayachts. Specifically, Bradford customers with yachts in this size range will be accommodated