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A busy Palma summer amongst the world class sailing superyachts

With the new Marine Results Spain facility fully operation in Palma since our new large double storey workshop was installed in 2019,  the company has been busy with rig and survey projects on several sailing superyachts. These include 39.75m (130ft) sailing superyacht Huckleberry, which benefitted from a full OEM standing rigging service on the dockside.

We are also carrying out annual services on three other superyachts in Palma.  Vertigo, the 67.2m Phillipe Briand designed ketch built by Alloy Yachts is also an example of the repeat business that Marine Results is proud of.  We have just given the rig its annual service, following on from last year’s major rig unstepping and overhaul.

Asahi, at 56m (184ft), is another stunning example from Perini Navi and is also a regular customer of Marine Results.  We have just finished servicing her rig again for this 2021 season.  Like many of the other yachts we work on her main mast is a formidable size, standing in at 58.3m(192ft), even the mizzen is 47.97m (157ft).

The superb ocean going Jongert Scarena, at 29.79 metres (97ft) is benefitting from a Marine Results rig service plus we have provided an annual service for another world famous sailing superyacht, the 52.33 metres (171ft) Perini Navi Squall, designed by Dubois Naval Architects. Both projects were carried out in Palma.

 We continue to provide a full dockside service around other parts of Europe and the world too.  We have travelled in the last few months to carry out the annual service on the rig of the mighty Prana, a Dubois design at 52 metres (170ft) in Vilanova and the Briand designed Vertigo, 67.2m (220ft), in Cartagena.  We were in Holland to unstep the mast of 66m (217ft) Anatta, yet another stunning example of a luxury sailing yacht to strip it down, shipping all the components back to Palma for servicing.  We will be returning to the yacht to finish the project and re-step the rig later in the season.