• Categories: Yacht ports, Yachting ports, Boat ports

  • Walsteds Boatyard A/S

    Denmark, DK-5700 Thurø, Denmark Svendborg, Saugskærvej 21,
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    Since 1949 Walsteds has been building yachts, carrying out complete refits and maintaining premier vessels with first-class workmanship and high quality.


    Denmark, 8520 Lystrup, Skæringvej 107
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    Tornado Boats International was started in 1975 in England, and was one of the early pioneers in the development of the RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat). The first task was a boat for a marine survey company and the result, a 5.5m boat, was a great success; it was powered by a 50 HP motor (big at the time!) and attracted much interest. Even though the demand for more Tornados grew, there was at first reluctance to build more. Fortunately, the passion for design and a love of the sea won through and the decision was made to develop a production boat. A name was required, and with a copy deadline for the first advert but an hour away, the name Tornado came to mind – and the Tornado was born.

    Tuco Group ApS

    Denmark, DK-5600 Faaborg, Krogsbjergvej 2
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    At Tuco Marine Group we specialize in light structures and hulls manufactured with composite materials such as carbon fibre. Tuco supplies a range of different composite structures for the shipping industry and other industries where low weight and strength are important factors.

    Bianca Yacht ApS

    Denmark, 5900 Rudkøbing, Havnepladsen 20
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    Bianca Yacht and the maritime trade just in the harbour of Rudköbing are ready with the following facilities:


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    BALTIC SEA & SPACE CLUSTER is a key Cluster in the Baltic Sea Region and important sea and space cluster in the EU, an active maritime and space cluster player in Central and Eastern Europe as well as a member of the United Nation Global Compact and The European Cluster Collaboration Platform. The BALTIC SEA & SPACE CLUSTER focuses on transferring knowledge in Innovative Marine Technologies area and organizing business, science and administration cooperation in a global and regional scale. The cluster thinks globally and acts globally. The cluster was an active participant in the European Maritime Day 2019 with Prof. Marek Grzybowski, Cluster Manager, presentation: Using the triple helix model in clusters and internationalisation. The impact of investments in/through the cluster on the wider region and sea basin. WORKSHOP: Acting together in a regional ecosystem.