Marinevac Adds New Operator in Florida

By Eric Haun
Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Marinevac, specialists in the cleaning of vacuum toilet systems on board private and commercial vessels of all sizes ranging from yachts to cruise ships and naval vessels, announce new links with GC Marine Inc. and Pines Marine Consulting LLC, both established businesses in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Marinevac has been operating in the Mediterranean for several years from their base in Palma, Mallorca. As part of the company’s expansion plans, Marinevac USA LLC will now be offering the Marinevac unique method of removing scale build up from marine waste systems. David Pines and Guy Clifford will be heading up the operation with the support of their local team.

Marinevac USA LLC said it will be in a position to offer its new service on the U.S. Eastern seaboard, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean from June 2014, a busy time in the yachting calendar for performing preventative maintenance.

Marinevac is also available in Spain, the Balearics, Southern France, Italy, Sardinia, Malta, Croatia and Montenegro.

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