SF MARINA CONTINUES MASSIVE GLOBAL EXPANSION

By |2020-09-17T12:19:31+00:00September 17th, 2020|

SF Marina continues massive global expansion SF Marina, the market leader in engineered floating concrete breakwaters, docks and waterfront structures, has built and started operations at new manufacturing facilities in Malaysia and Thailand. This is in addition to expanding its production sites in Sweden, the US, and New Zealand. The addition of the [...]

SF MARINA BUILDS DOCK FOR INDUCTIVE-CHARGING FERRIES

By |2020-09-17T12:23:01+00:00September 17th, 2020|

SF Marina builds dock for inductive-charging ferries With limited bridges crossing the Glomma river, the city of Fredrikstad, Norway, has relied heavily on ferries since its founding in 1567. To reduce car traffic and resultant air pollution, it recently made the service free-of-charge and added three new 50-passenger, 15m x 5m electric vessels from [...]

POLICE DOCK REBUILT BY SF MARINA TO WITHSTAND HARD USE

By |2020-09-17T12:23:09+00:00September 17th, 2020|

Police dock rebuilt by SF Marina to withstand hard use Working government and municipal docks see heavy use with the more- than-occasional hard hit from vessels. When the police department of Gdańsk, Poland, needed to rebuild its 144m section of Marina Sienna Grobla, it chose the proven durability and reliability of SF Marina. The [...]

WITH TIGHT TIMING, SF MARINA COMPLETES HYANNIS YACHT CLUB

By |2020-09-17T12:23:18+00:00September 17th, 2020|

With tight timing, SF Marina completes Hyannis Yacht Club A series of storms prompted the Hyannis Yacht Club in Hyannis, Massachusetts, to rebuild its T-head attenuator system and dock walkway array. Having completed the breakwater replacement years earlier, SF Marina recently finalized phase two of the project. With tight timing, it delivered floating [...]

SF MARINA BUILDS ITS LARGEST FLOATING BREAKWATER TO DATE

By |2020-09-17T12:23:29+00:00September 17th, 2020|

SF Marina builds its largest floating breakwater to date SF Marina has installed its largest floating concrete breakwater using its massive SFBW1000 pontoons. The milestone structure protects Kajen, a new condominium complex in Skärhamn, Sweden. Each SFBW1000 pontoon is 20m L x 8m W x 3m D with a 0.8m freeboard. The Kajen project [...]

SF MARINA SYSTEMS REBUILDS PROVINCETOWN, MASS. MARINA

By |2020-09-17T12:23:39+00:00September 17th, 2020|

SF Marina Systems rebuilds Provincetown, MASS. Marina Known for its fierce weather and aggressive waves, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA is home to the Marina at MacMillan Pier. Unprotected from the elements for years, its structures had deteriorated beyond repair when SF Marina USA was called in to supply a state-of-the-art marina system. The project [...]

800-YEAR OLD CITY ON THE NILE GETS SF MARINA WATER TAXI DOCKS

By |2020-09-17T12:23:50+00:00September 17th, 2020|

800-year old city on the Nile gets SF Marina water taxi docks For 3,000 years, people have plied the Nile River for travel and commerce. In Mansoura, Egypt, the tradition continues, albeit far more modernized. Home to close to one million residents, the metropolitan city recently opened a series of new water taxi docks. [...]

SF MARINA REVEALS NEW TEN-METRE-WIDE FLOATING BREAKWATER

By |2020-09-17T12:23:59+00:00April 30th, 2020|

SF Marina reveals new ten-metre-wide floating breakwater “The SF Marina BW1000 is our first really wide floating breakwater. Everything about it has been designed and engineered with endurance in mind. As a world-renowned expert in the development of new and existing marinas, SF Marina is determined to also protect locations exposed to long, [...]

BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO AN ABANDONED WHARF

By |2020-09-17T12:24:18+00:00August 30th, 2019|

Breathing new life into an abandoned wharf AB Toftö, the owner of Skärhamn’s old industrial harbour area, Malagakajen, has partnered with SF Marina, the floating marina experts, to give the picturesque fishing village of Skärhamn, located on the west coast of Sweden, a high-quality, mixed-use marina... > Download the PDF to read the [...]

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