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2018 September October Marina World

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A-Z GUIDE PONTOON/DOCK & BREAKWATER MANUFACTURERS INLAND & COASTAL MARINA SYSTEMS, Co. Offaly, Ireland E: Inland & Coastal Marina Systems (ICMS) specialises in the design, manufacture and installation of marinas and provides a fully integrated design service for a turnkey marina solution. Products include floating concrete breakwaters and concrete pontoons suitable for superyacht facilities, heavy duty pontoons and leisure pontoons. ICMS has completed numerous signature projects worldwide. (See advertisement p.13) INTER BOAT MARINAS, Puttershoek, Netherlands E: Inter Boat Marinas, founded in 1986, is a specialist in the design, development, manufacture and installation of floating pontoons and marinas, complete with all necessary facilities. The company offers a variety of floating pontoon and concrete breakwater options. INTERNATIONAL MARINE FLOATATION SYSTEMS INC, British Columbia, Canada E: IMFS is a global leader and innovator in the design, engineering and manufacturing of floating concrete platforms for marinas, breakwaters, floating homes, yacht enclosures (boatsheds), commercial structures and specialty floats and pontoons. JETFLOAT INTERNATIONAL, Salzburg, Austria E: Jetfloat International remains a prime mover in modular pontoon production. Jetfloat manufactures in Austria using only genuine polyethylene PE-HD Lupolen 5261 Z as the base granulate and uses no modified PE or recycled plastic. Jetfloat claims that this has resulted in almost 100% of its worldwide customers reordering over the last 40 years. Isle of Harris Marina, East Loch Tarbert, UK. Breakwater: Gael Force Marinas & Pontoons Photo: Peter Kerr KROPF INDUSTRIAL, Ontario, Canada E: jordan@ Kropf Industrial supplies highly stable and durable steel and HDPE pipe floating docks for a range of applications. Its rugged system is proven in northern ice conditions and is built to order to meet exact requirements with numerous options available. The company also supplies floating breakwaters, hydraulic boat handling equipment and boat storage stands. (See advertisement p.59) LINDLEY MARINAS, Cascais, Portugal E: Design, manufacture and installation of floating solutions for marinas and harbour facilities. Concrete wave attenuators and pontoons; steel, aluminium and timber walkways; access bridges and accessories. Turnkey solutions from project design to installation. Over 85 years of experience in harbour infrastructure. Offices in Portugal, Spain, Brazil and Colombia. (See advertisement p.52) LIVART MARINE, Guangdong, China E: Livart Marine Industry is a leading floating pontoon designer and manufacturer with over 10 years of experience. Its unique one-stop premium floating solutions are constructed in high-tech factories and offered as high quality products at reasonable prices. The company’s patented aluminium system meets TYHA and AU standards and safety requirements. Harbour West Marina and Royal Hamilton Yacht Club, Hamilton, Canada. Docks: Kropf Industrial MAADI GROUP, Quebec, Canada E: MAADI Group provides engineering procurement construction of highstrength aluminium temporary and permanent marine structures for sustainable offshore platforms, ports and marinas. Its advanced aluminium structures are lightweight yet ultra strong so as to withstand heavy use and provide secure, reliable access even in extreme conditions such as cyclonic wind loading. MAJESTIC MARINE ENGINEERING, Dubai, UAE E: Majestic Marine Engineering is a specialised marina manufacturer established in the 1980s. With 300 staff and a modern pontoon production plant, Majestic has designed, manufactured and installed over 5,000 berths for projects ranging from fishing ports to megayacht marinas. Majestic has also completed several VIP boardwalks and other marine civil works. (See advertisement p.26) Caroline Bay Marina, Bermuda. Docks: Marinetek North America 44 - September/October 2018

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