Power-cruiser manufacturer, Kadey-Krogen Yachts, has designated Virginia's Deltaville Boatyard as an approved service center.
Announced to PassageMaker via email, Deltaville's president and COO Keith Ruse said that Tom Buttons, Krogen's VP of Operations, passed down the certification earlier this year.
"We received the official nod just this past October," Ruse said. "The certification is purely performance based, and we are very excited to have it."
The certification, according to Ruse, sprouts from not only the number of Krogens the yard has taken care of, but begins with recommendation to the manufacturer from boat owners themselves.
Located in a town of the same name, the family-owned Deltaville Boatyard has been a staple to cruisers of the Jackson Creek area for the past ten years. Working under the mantra of: "Simply stated, we fix boats at the Deltaville Boatyard. This is our core focus and out #1 strength" — Deltaville offers cruisers a full-service, haul out capable facility staffed with technicians that are certified by and work to American Boat and Yacht Council Standards.
Ruse says the yard is capable of everything from minor repairs to full refits on boats of nearly any size. in addition, the yard offers customers 24/7 support as well as a mobile marine repair service that covers the entire East Coast, form Maine to Florida.
For more information about the boatyard and directions via land and sea, visit www.deltavilleboatyard.com.