Teakdeck new and repair

When selling your ship is no option, a good “Refit” can be the answer. Also young ships can do with a good refreshment after a couple of years extensive use. Also when your ship is well cared your ship will need some extra maintenance or conversions, now and then.

We will treat any ship no matter where she is build or what make she is. ASH Yachting will listen to your specific wishes, and make them come true.

At our yard we work with the best Dutch craftsman available in the market. They all have the best skills and experience needed for a perfect result. People with great craftsmanship and “Tender Loving Care’ for your ship.

You can come to us for a simple facelift or a complete “Refit”. All replaced parts will be (if asked) refitted for the best new parts money can buy

• The Teak deck

• Windows/ hatches/ port holes

• The main Engine(s)/ Generator(s)

• Renewal or placement of a bow thruster

• The electronic installation

• The Navigational or Audio Instruments

• The Rigging

• The Upholstery

• Paintwork and Varnish

• Etc, etc………….

What ever your wish will be; You will always receive a clear offer so you can make your choices. After you made your decisions, we will make and present a realisation plan, what will be used during the “Refit” process. Your ship will be in good hands…..!

We do have experience with many Yachts from 10-90 metres like:

Riva, Boesch, Royal Huisman, HJB-Holland Jachtbouw, Claassen Jachtbouw, Amels, Princess, De Vries, Swan, Baltic Yachts, Malø Yachts, Hallberg Rassy, Sweden Yachts, Heesen Yachts, Contest, Van de Stadt, Jongert, Feadship, S&S, Sunseeker, Lürssen Yachts, Victoire,

Working with ASH Yachting means no surprises. We work in a very transparent way and you will get the best quality, money can buy. We offer you Dutch top quality and…….. a deal = a deal…! Please contact us for a visit and a diagnostically conversation. We are happy to make an offer without any obligation for you.

You are more than welcome on our shipyard in Zaandam. Czaar Peter the Great was the first to meet the Dutch Ship building Industry in the 17 th century. Now in the 21th century we are still as innovative, reliable and experienced as we where in the 17th century already.