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SY Adela Refit

Adela sailing in the Antigua Superyacht Challenge, day one.

SY Adela was welcomed to Pendennis in August 2015 as she returned for a refit 20 years after she was rebuilt at the yard.

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Expansion Complete

Pendennis wet basin complete May 2015

In 2015 Pendennis finished its extensive 2-year expansion plan with the completion of a 7,564m² wet basin.

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SYUK Tour of Excellence

SYUK Tour of Excellence Pendennis 2015

Pendennis welcomed the 2015 SYUK Tour of Excellence to the yard, showcasing the best of British yacht building to the international delegates.

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Malahne launches

Malahne in Falmouth Bay copyright Andrew Wright

The 165ft/50m classic motor yacht Malahne was re-launched on March 14th 2015, after a meticulous 30 month restoration.

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SYUK award

Piers Wilson winner of Superyacht UK Lifetime Achievement Award

Piers Wilson is the deserving recipient of the inaugural Superyacht UK Lifetime Achievement, presented by Mike Carr, chairman of SYUK, at the CWM FX London Boat Show.

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SYUK Young Designer 2015

SYUK Young Designer Award Winner 2015

David Rowles, a third year student from Coventry University, scooped the top prize in the inaugural Superyacht UK Design competition at the CWM FX London Boat Show. The contest, which focussed on hand-drawing skills, was sponsored by Pendennis Shipyard and BMT Nigel Gee.

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2014 Apprentices Achievements

Pendennis Apprentice Celebrations January 2015

In January the final year Surface Finishing Apprentices joined their peers as they completed their three-year course, celebrating with a graduation ceremony at the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall.

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Lord’s Media Centre 15th Anniversary

Pendennis Celebrates Anniversary of Lords Media Centre

1999 Pendennis created the futuristic and award-winning Media Centre at Lord’s Cricket Ground, commissioned by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) to be built in time for the ICC Cricket World Cup of that year.

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