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BoatLIFE Offers Deck Protection Experience, Products To Cruise Ship Industry

Targeting the cruise ship market, BoatLIFE of Old Bethpage, N.Y. offers a complete line of marine deck care m a t e r i a l s . BoatLIFE specifically offers a wide assortment of teak deck sealing and maintenance products. The products are developed and manufactured to high standards, and the company has considerable experience in large ship deck design and maintenance.

Marketing its experience to the cruise line industry, the BoatLIFE "Deckperts" (the company's copyrighted name) have provided engineering reports with detailed recommendations on various deck design aspects for architects and builders.

On the refurbishing side, BoatLIFE deck inspections are geared toward providing a comprehensive plan for cost-effective repair procedures, materials and application methods.

When necessary, the Deckperts design and manufacture customized products, machinery and tools for special applications.

The company also offers training for customer crews, technical advice on maintenance and repair, and turnkey project packages that include personnel, equipment and materials.

"Our reputation as a pioneering authority on wood deck maintenance and repair was established by years of dedication and hard work, in our research laboratory and manufacturing facility," said Grace "Louise" Schmidt, the company's president.

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