Adix has competed twice in the Pendennis Cup and this will be the fourth time that this classic three-masted schooner has undergone works in Falmouth, with the relationship dating back to 1991 at which time Adix underwent a transom modification and full interior strip out.
The modern J-Class yacht Lionheart also arrived earlier this month for her five-year survey work programme following which she will be competing in the J-Class Regatta taking place from 23 to 27 June 2015 in Falmouth.
These three vessels will be undergoing class surveys and paint works with their refits due to be finished next spring in conjunction with the completion of ‘Phase 2’ of Pendennis' major development project, the creation of a non-tidal wet basin ideally positioned for their post-refit commissioning period.
During the recent Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, sales and marketing director Toby Allies commented exclusively to SuperyachtNews.com, “the yard is busy and using its new facilities to its full abilities”. The yard is looking forward to another busy refit season, which will “benefit from the increased efficiency of the yard”.
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