Directions—A Quarterly Newsletter For Our New York And Florida Shipyards Volume 2013 – Issue #4 Derecktor – Florida: The Highlander is launched The iconic 150′ Feadship motor-yacht The Highlander, built by de Vries in 1986 for legendary Malcolm Forbes, was long seen as one of the best-known symbols of big business, plying the east coast… Continue Reading
This issue contains articles about Derecktor’s The Big Blue being delivered, Monaco Yacht Show & New Orleans Workboat Show 2013, New York’s Management News and summer update, Red Bull FlugTag 2013, and more.
This issue contains articles about a milestone for The Big Blue, the new data management system, Florida’s 17th Annual Plywood Regatta, New York’s spring update and more.
This issue contains articles about Derecktor’s 900 ton mobile boat hoist, the build of a new 19.2-meter catamaran research and classroom vessel for The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, the 2013 Waterway cleanup and more.
Robert E. Derecktor, Inc., is pleased to announce its selection to build a new 19.2-meter catamaran research and classroom vessel for The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk (CT).
This issue contains articles about Derecktor’s 900 ton mobile boat hoist, projects for the New York Police Department and the US Coast Guard, the informal collaboration with neighboring Dania Cut Super Yacht Repair and more.
August 2010 – Remember the date. August 8th 2010 was not just another summer Sunday for the United States yachting industry. Instead, at 10:30 a.m. a genuinely momentous event took place.
June 2010 – The 12 metre Yacht Development Foundation was established in 2006 for the acquisition, restoration, and preservation of historic America’s Cup 12 metre yachts. They have turned to Derecktor to make sure the job is done right, beginning with the refit of Lionheart.
June 10, 2010 – The Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Joan McDonald shook off her champagne soaked hands and flashed a big smile after she smashed a champagne bottle on her first try to christen the “Robert E. Derecktor.”