Looking for a partner (Shipyard)

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by mehdiaityoussef, Mar 17, 2013.

  1. mehdiaityoussef
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    mehdiaityoussef Mehdi

    I am looking for a partner shipyard for the production of a sailboat, preferably in Cyprus, malta, Asia (Turkey, ...) or Morocco.
     
  2. igortovic1
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    igortovic1 New Member

    Hi, Can you please give some more details. I may be interested. My email is igortovic@yahoo.com
     
  3. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Bananas

    If you have put money in the bank in Cyprus you had better count it as it has been looted.
     
  4. fastwave
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    fastwave Senior Member

    We have a shipyard in Cyprus. We need more information about the project to take it seriously though.

    Please send more info
     
  5. ksr158
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    ksr158 Junior Member

    job

    hi im looking for work, i will work anywhere, i have over 5 years exsperiance fairing, prepping and spraying, ssnooks158@hotmail.co.uk
     
  6. yanivmass
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    yanivmass New Member

    look for m.a.t in izmir

    i have built mini transat carbon sailboat with them and they are very good
     
  7. DYE
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    DYE New Member

    We have good relations wiht every boatyard in free zone

    we can establish a partnership for your Project in Antalya free zone. There are alternative shipyards for aluminum, steel, cold laminated wood, composite hull and for sailing, motoryacht as monoholl or multihull. There are also very experienced design offices that we can disguss every single detail.

    hope can work together.

    regards.
     
  8. zeroname
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    zeroname Naval Architect

    and the person posted died ?
     
  9. mehdiaityoussef
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    mehdiaityoussef Mehdi

    sorry guys the project is in stand by for the moment, thanks for your interest
     

  10. brian eiland
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    brian eiland Senior Member

    Whats Marketable ?

    I would be interested to know what type, size, etc, sailboat you feel would be marketable these days??

    I have a few ideas myself, but I don't pretend to be an expert. However I've had a pretty good track record at picking winners in the past.

    It would be interesting to hear more 'modern views'. You can contact me off the forum if you wish to maintain it as a private conversation.
     
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