Robinhood Cove, Maine -March 10, 2016 March 7th, 2016 was a big day in the long history of Robinhood Cove Marine Center. For on that date, Robinhood Marine Center became Derecktor Robinhood, and a new chapter in Maine’s most storied boatyards and marinas began. After 35 years, Any Vavolotis, Robinhood’s owner and guiding light had… Continue Reading
March 23, 2016 For Immediate Release Mamaroneck, NY Robinhood Marine Center, a historic marina in Georgetown, has new owners following its sale to a partnership. Robinhood Marine Center was sold March 7 to Derecktor Maine, a partnership of Paul Derecktor, John Koenig and Derecktor Shipyards. Both Paul Derecktor and John Koenig have deep experience in… Continue Reading
For Immediate Release Mamaroneck, NY. Derecktor to Build a Second Hybrid Series Vessel Derecktor Shipyards of Mamaroneck, New York is proud to announce their next project utilizing cutting edge hybrid technology, combined with the quality construction upon which Derecktor’s reputation is built. Following on the highly successful application of hybrid electric propulsion on the 65′… Continue Reading
Mamaroneck, New York. Robert E. Derecktor Inc. (Derecktor Shipyard) and Damen Shipyard Group (DAMEN) have entered into a license agreement authorizing Derecktor to act as an official builder of DAMEN designs. Derecktor will now offer its customers the best in Pilot Boats and Wind Farm Support Vessels by combining the wide range and international experience… Continue Reading
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).
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.”