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Monastir Marina


Robin E. Hutter
 

I personally used the travel lift at the Monastir marina twice with my Super Maramu and I have seen a 54 on the hard there - you just have to remove the back stays.
The yard is good - try to get a quote before hand - they will stick to the quote given (at least did in my case), however it is not easy to get a reply from them by mail and it might help if you know somebody there to get things rolling.
You have to check their works, but they know Amel very well indeed as a lot of French Amels go there. a
Personally I did not like the port de pêche as safety is an issue there in my opinion while Cap marina Monastery r is very safe!

fair winds
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Robin Hutter
Carré d’As
Amel 54 #54
www.sailing4ever.com


Mohammad Shirloo
 

Thank you Robin. So you hauled out when you had a Suoer Maramu? You have never hauled out your 54?

Any contacts that you can share?

Respectfully;


Mohammad & Aty
B&B Kokomo 
Amel 54 #099


On Jul 25, 2019, at 2:25 PM, Robin E. Hutter via Groups.Io <info@...> wrote:

I personally used the travel lift at the Monastir marina twice with my Super Maramu and I have seen a 54 on the hard there - you just have to remove the back stays.
The yard is good - try to get a quote before hand - they will stick to the quote given (at least did in my case), however it is not easy to get a reply from them by mail and it might help if you know somebody there to get things rolling.
You have to check their works, but they know Amel very well indeed as a lot of French Amels go there. a
Personally I did not like the port de pêche as safety is an issue there in my opinion while Cap marina Monastery r is very safe!

fair winds
--
Robin Hutter
Carré d’As
Amel 54 #54
www.sailing4ever.com


Robin E. Hutter
 

I did haul out my 54, but not in Monastir... - when I was in Monastir I still had my SM GrosDoux.
Right hand guy of Mohamed Mrad (owner of yard) is Amor - he will know all relevant people. Mechanik is Fathi, stainless steel guy is Adel - good werk, but the raw material is not of the best quality. Not everybody is allowed to work there ...
caution is necessary when using the canvas guys in the marina. they do a good job, but are never in time. Mohamed the father is ok, Adel who does all the work is very good, but his elder brother who behaves as he were the boss will promise the sky and not know about it afterwards ...

fair winds
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Robin Hutter
Carré d’As
Amel 54 #54


Gerhard Mueller
 

If someone hasn't read I wrote this in another thread:

There are 2 boatyards with travel-lifts in Monastir.
The one in the marina has a smaller travel-lift with maximum 20 tons.
2 miles in the south of the marina in the Port de Peche (fishers harbour) is a greater lift which might be better for your boat size.
Address of the boat yard in the marina:
Chantier Navale Marina Cap Monastir
Owner: Mohamed Mrad
Chef de Service: Amor
marineservicemir@...
Phone: 00 216 73 580 266‬ or 00 216 73 467 451‬ or 00 216 97 775 422‬ or 00 216 97 775 422‬
Address of the boat yard Monastir Port de Peche:
Owner: Moncef
Phone: 00 216 22 653 457‬
Chef: Amet
Phone: 00 216 99 239 413‬
Sailmaker Monastir:
Hedi Chafroud
hedichafroud@...
Phone: 00 216 52 394 757‬ or 00 216 22 694 757‬
Specialist for Inox:
Anouar Hizem
anouar.hizem@...
Phone: 00 216 98 830 995‬ or 00 216 73 449 183‬
Chantier Naval SOHICOMET, Port de Peche
Inox workshop outside Port de Peche:
Walid Frih
Phone: 00 216 98 977 709‬
Diver Monastir:
Makram Bouzgarrou
Phone: 00216 20 255 674‬

If you need more addresses please ask:
Bernard Casanova
Boat name: "ENCORE" in the marina Monastir
casaber45@...
Phone: 00 216 22 509 172‬ or ‭00 216 24 201 363‬
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Gerhard Mueller
Amel Sharki #60
Currently Kalamata, Greece