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Little Falmouth Yacht Yard

Flushing, Falmouth

Cornwall, TR11 5TJ

Repairs

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Since accidents do happen we are expert at boat repair.  We have extensive experience and a comprehensive skillset that means that we can fix boat damage to the highest standard,  to budget and to time.

If your boat needs repairs, do talk to us.  We can investigate, report our recommendations and the estimated repair cost without any obligation on your part.  Once commissioned, our labour rate is £39 + VAT per hour.

Advanced Composites
Advanced composites are low weight and high strength, making them perfect for modern vessels. They require significant technical ability for quality repairs. We have extensive experience and skills in working with carbon, kevlar and epoxy together with the specific conditions and equipment that they require. We can ensure that boats are delivered with the same composite integrity that they had when first built.
Shipwrighting
We work on all types of boats from yachts to survey vessels. Each boat is different so every repair we develop is bespoke to the individual vessel. We combine our considerable experience with contemporary materials, equipment and techniques to deliver first class standards of craftsmanship.
Osmosis Treatment
Osmotic blisters are not just unpleasant to look at, they can affect the value of a vessel and, in extreme cases, can damage the hull. Fal Boat Co is an appointed application centre for the AWLGRIP, Hempel and International systems. As such, we make boats watertight and beautiful once more.

Latest News

Brieuc Morin (APPB) and Jonathan Fielding (BMSW)

Full Steam Ahead for Anglo-French Agreement to Boost Marine Tourism

An agreement has been made between the UK’s South West and Northern French marine businesses in a bid to boost tourism amid the uncertainties surrounding Brexit.

Biscay 36

Biscay 36 Moulds Discovered After 26 Years

We are absolutely delighted to have been invited to see the Biscay 36 moulds that this yard used to build the last Biscay 36 in 1990.

From Our Blog

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From mooring strops to masts, here’s a checklist to get your boat ready to launch.

Nov 14
Don’t put your winter boat care on ice

After a season’s use it’s a good idea to give your equipment a good once over.

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