The team at FCS did a complete engine room chilled water insulation project for me on a very tight schedule. Not only was the project completed on time and budget but the work far exceeded our expectations. I was HIGHLY impressed with the level of professionalism shown by Dominick and his crew.
Captain, M/Y Calypso
Florida Coastal Services will surpass your expectations in every way. I can personally attest along with many other company's/captains who have used them. FCS sets a standard that no one else in the business can compare too. If you want the job done right, at a level of professionalism you would expect on a multi million dollar yacht look no further.
Project Manager, Multitech Marine
Dom is a wizard when it comes to insulation work, I first had him come to a yacht I worked on to clean up a very expensive job that was completed by another well known south Florida company that was not even close to being except-able! The job was redone and exceeded my expectations, since then I have recommended him to all my fellow engineers and had home come work on my vessels again and again. I highly recommend this guy for all insulation, water maker and spot zero issues.
Engineer, M/Y Remember When
Dominick and his team are great and I would highly recommend FCS to any one in need of repairs. FCS is quick to respond and they are a pleasure to work with, they have performed work on multiple Horizon Power Catamarans and every time we know we can trust FCS to get the job done!
Project Manager, Horizon Power Catamarans
Our Marine A/C company is proud to use FCS for our chilled water insulation needs. We recommend them for your vessels insulation needs. They produce great work and great results!
M.A.C of South Florida
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New Coal Carrier Enters Domestic Coastal Service for JERA
......... According to Turkey’s representative located at the port to see to all the departing exports said that the only issue had been due to bad weather and nothing else. The ship which had 26,527 tonnes of corn was supposed to stop at Istanbul at around midnight local time.
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.