Melita Marine Group has recently acquired investment in ptw Shipyard, situated in the port of Tarra-gona in Spain.
With a shipyard area of over 15,000 square metres and more than 3,000 square metres of workshop and office space, a 180-metre technical quay and a travel lift for yachts of up to 50 metres, ptw Shipyard-Melita Marine Group now offers a complete suite of services.
Located close to Barcelona and the Balearic island of Palma de Mallorca, the partnership is poised to serve this bustling superyacht hub in the best way possible.
It started operating from Tarragona in late 2016. In just over two years, the yard has acquired a solid reputation for good workmanship and a wide-ranging subcontractor network, Melita Marine Group said.
For the Malta-based marine group, this new partnership is a strategic move to consolidate its position on the Mediterranean superyacht service area.
The group now has the full capacity to offer its yard and engineering services at its dry-docking facilities up to 100 metres as well as in-water berths up to 180 metres in Malta, Greece and Spain.
Pierre Balzan, Melita Marine Group chairman, said: “We are very proud to have struck this partnership with our Spanish colleagues.
“By spreading its wings on both sides of the Mediterranean basin, our group now offers the super yacht industry all the services it needs, whenever they are in the locations we operate in or if need us to fly to their location.”
More from Boats / Yachts
A Russian billionaire who was embroiled in Britain’s biggest divorce battle was accused yesterday of trying to hide his …