Marinevac expands in Caribbean

Marinevac expands in Caribbean

Sea Grapes International is offering Marinevac cleaning services on St. Maarten.

Marinevac, a marine vacuum system cleaning specialist based in Palma de Mallorca, has announced a new partnership with Sea Grapes International in the Caribbean.

Under the terms of the agreement, Sea Grapes is now offering Marinevac services on the island of Sint Maarten.

Marinevac is a leading provider of pipe work descaling and waste-water management onboard superyachts. The unique Marinevac process means that the vacuum black and grey water pipe work on a vessel can be cleaned with the minimum of disruption either in port or on anchor.

The service allows the vacuum toilet systems to remain fully operational during the cleaning, reducing any inconvenience onboard. Sink and shower drains can also be cleaned with the Marinevac system which cleans the entire inner walls of the pipe work to help prevent blockages, odours and possible leaks.

“We clean the black and grey water pipe lines for many of the world’s largest superyachts with our operators in the Mediterranean, East Coast America and the Far East, but it’s great that we now have a highly respected partner in Sint Maarten,” says Marinevac MD David Ballyn.

The Marinevac system is said to be the preferred method of descaling vacuum system pipework on many superyachts and large cruise ships. It is the first service of its kind on the island.

Earl Wyatt of Sea Grapes says: “We believe that this is by far the best waste-water pipe cleaning serviceavailable today and Marinevac are the experts in this service. We’re delighted to partner with them and I’m sure this will be an excellent service for yachts visiting the islands.”

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