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Getting you back out on the water is our main goal.

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Aventura

about us

We Provide Full and Specific Solutions for Every Customer

Florida Coastal Services is a South Florida Marine service company. We service all private yachts and commercial vessels. Our knowledge and expertise within the Marine Industry help us lead in quality and professionalism.

We’re known for the highest quality in South Florida:
  • Marine insulation and lagging
  • Sound damping and structural noise
  • Certified Mold Remediation
  • Water Purification
  • Plumbing
  • Marine A/C Solutions
  • Welding and Custom Fabrication
  • Installation and service of various systems throughout your vessel.

 

Highly Recommended by many South Florida marine air conditioning companies for our exceptional insulation work.

Our Mission

Committed to providing high-end service that reflects accountability, integrity, and professionalism.
FCS strives for continued growth every day for ourselves and to create a positive impact on our families and communities.

300

Projects Completed

150

Happy Clients

12

Employees

5

Years In Business

Testimonials

Our Team

Dominick Landi, President

I am the owner and operator of Florida Coastal Services. We specialize in marine services. FCS prides itself on excellent craftsmanship which makes all our applications look like a work of art. Our goal is to get you back out on the water!

My over 18 years of experience in the marine industry have taught me the values and qualities needed for creating excellent vessel solutions. In this journey, I have been able to travel and obtain many sea time hours and an understanding of what it takes to be competent at my craft.

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There it will be interpreted and analyzed by Russian, Turkish, Ukrainian, and U.N officials under the safe passage agreement before keeping on track to the Lebanese port of Tripoli, where it will complete its journey.

However, there is the possibility of many other issues before the grain can be permitted to leave the port, including clearing dea mines and making a framework for ships to carefully enter the conflict zone and pick up cargoes.

Ukraine expects to export 20 million tonnes of grain stored in silos and 40 million tonnes from the ongoing harvest, first from Odesa and nearby Pivdennyi and Chornomorsk to aid in emptying the silos for the new stock.

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