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Little Falmouth Yacht Yard

Flushing, Falmouth

Cornwall, TR11 5TJ


Falmouth Boat Co. is looking for qualified Shipwrights, Boatbuilders, Laminators/ Composite Specialists, Marine Engineers and Marine Electricians to join our company.

Our order book has grown as have our requirements for skills in GRP, composite and traditional boat building, service, repairs, engineering, electrics and electronics.

For an immediate start, your contract will initially be for a three month period while you join and become part of the team – with this trial period complete, we may expect you to staff, project or possibly even department lead for the future.

In return, you will receive a remuneration package commensurate with your role, responsibilities, experience and development. 

Competitive salary, pension, life insurance and additional benefits are all part of this package as a full time permanent position.

We are a company with ambitious growth plans, so why not research what we have done so far and if you like what you see, apply to be part of our team.

We are currently looking for fully qualified marine electricians.

We are currently looking for laminators/ composite specialists.

We are currently looking for fully qualified shipwrights and boatbuilders. 

We are currently looking for fully qualified marine engineers.

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