MY Infinity Ready for Relaunch at Endeavour Quay

Marinelink.com
Thursday, April 11, 2013

Following a refit period in the undercover storage sheds at Endeavour Quay, the Moonen 94, MY Infinity, is ready to be relaunched.  Having undergone a full re-spray, fitting of new stabilizers and a complete five year class survey, the 130-ton, 30-meter vessel is set to head back to sunnier climes.

Alex Cory, MY Infinity’s skipper, commented, “Using British service providers and parts when possible is important to the owner, so being based at Endeavour Quay made perfect sense. The team has been highly professional and accommodating throughout. Being able to use a mix of onsite service providers and external contractors has been ideal to achieve what we wanted. We are now looking forward to being back on the water and making the most of the new kit we have fitted.”

Tim Newell, Boatyard Manager at Endeavour Quay added, “We have really enjoyed having Alex and his team here and hope that vessels such as these continue to realize what a fantastic facility we have to offer. The relationship between the yacht crew and shore team has worked very well and although they will be missed, we wish them a fantastic onward journey.  We are looking forward now to welcoming future visitors.”

Endeavour Quay provides the ideal location for yacht refit and servicing work with undercover sheds capable of taking vessels up to 40 meters, a 180-ton boat hoist, Open Yard Policy, deep water access and no air draft restriction, plus transport links, accommodation and much more.  The boatyard also has project management offices and storage space available, offering the perfect short term base.


 

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