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Old 01-27-2012, 12:04 AM   #1
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Default Marine Industry Vendors

We've had this thread for a while but it has been under used. It's purpose is to provide a place for our members who are marine industry vendors to provide a little bit of information about themselves.

I'm personally very interested in the businesses that you all may have and how you've been able to support cruisers. Please feel free to post a bit about yourself here including a link to your site. Since we don't allow for commercial links in the signatures of folks who post on the forum, this provides a place for you to share your site with the forum community.

We look forward to your non-commercial participation in the general forums and we hope that our community will also come to your threads here in this vendor forum to learn more about you.

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Old 03-20-2013, 09:02 PM   #2
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Default BoatSmith Inc. We Build Your Dreams

I am David Halladay the owner of BoatSmith. Started out here in Palm Beach as mobile yacht carpenter in 2000. We still do a lot of marine carpentry now as well as some select architectural woodwork. We also build custom boats in both wood and fiberglass. We build sailing catamarans and custom power yachts. We have a very nice facility close to Cracker Boy boatyard in Riviera Beach.
David Halladay
BoatSmirh Inc.
5415 North Australian Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida 33407

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Old 03-21-2013, 09:37 PM   #3
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Welcome, David. So fewe boatbuilders around the USA these days--glad to see you here. Please feel free to start a thread here in the marine industry vendors section to talk about your services a bit more.
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Old 09-13-2018, 07:55 AM   #4
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Post Fly Solartech Solutions srl -Solar energy for your boat

We are Fly Solartech Solutions srl, a company based in San Daniele del Friuli, in the North-East of Italy. Since 2012, our company has been engaged in the production, trade and assembly of products related to photovoltaic technology as well as special components for the creation of complete systems for the production and saving of energy. Our main focus is the marine sector. For this reason, we have developed 3 special series of flexible panels that are perfect for installation on boats and assure great quality standards. You can find more about us on our website flysolartechsolutions.com as well as on our e-commerce qookka.com.
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Solar panels are a consumer item available on eBay these days. I doubt your quality control would negate the expense of a specialist product, especially after seeing the failure rate of such products under real world conditions (ref: Webb Chiles' blog)
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I would like to introduce the company SATcase to you all.
SATcase have developed a new ruggedised satellite phone for extreme conditions. A must have for remote workers, adventurers and tech enthusiasts.


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