KRM Yacht Refit & Repair

"Leading fully equipped superyacht refit facility in Turkey"

KRM Yacht Refit & Repair offers a wide range of high-quality in-house services for superyachts, such as project management, engineering, metal works and plumbing. All services ensure the highest standard in every aspect of the superyacht refit.

Contact KRM Yacht Refit & Repair

Address: Cami mah. Balıkcılar sk No: 203 Tuzla Istanbul, Turkey 34457

Tel: +90 (0)21 22 62 67 26

KRM Yacht Refit & Repair was established in 2010 with the intent of focusing on superyacht refits. Since then, it has continued to invest in that area and has become a leader of the superyacht refit industry in Turkey. Increasing its capacity and "repeat client" number every year following numerous accomplishments, KRM has continuously sought to improve its output and standards.

Located in Tuzla, Istanbul, the KRM facility plays host to one of the biggest marine industries in the world, with all infrastructure capabilities meeting the needs and requirements of superyacht refits.

Refit and repair services in Turkey

• Project management and development
• Painting
• Carpentry
• Interior
• Engineering and design
• Metal works
• Plumbing and piping
• Test and classification

KRM superyacht facility features

• 30,000 m² hard standing area for up to 30 vessels
• 900 m² workshop area
• 400 m² storage area
• 300t travel lift
• Repair quays for 15 yachts up to 110m
• 24-hour security and fire watch
• Docking quay (for hard docking vessels up to 2000t with floating dock)

The facility is just a 15-minute drive from an International Airport, and is surrounded by restaurants, hotels, bars, shopping malls and cinemas, which are within walking distance for guests and crewmembers.

The KRM yacht team is comprised of more than 80 marine professionals, including project managers, engineers, architects, surveyors, technicians and craftsmen. When including the meticulously hand-picked subcontractors, who are trustworthy partners after several years of collaboration, the total number reaches over 300 members of staff.

Contact KRM Yacht Refit & Repair today for all of your superyacht refit and repair needs in Turkey.

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, Captain/Supervisor of 51m to 60m My Falcon - 09/06/2020-04:26
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The most distinguishing feature of KRM is the fact they have the characteristics to execute the impossible in a short time!

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Recommended refit company

, Surveyor 2G Marine - 27/05/2020-12:18
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At 2G Marine we have worked on some refit projects as acceptance surveyors and owner-side project managers with KRM. Attention to detail, on-time deliveries and projects well kept within budget limits, were the main points that we had appreciated.

KRM is a recommended refit and repair point, by 2G Marine.

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Great work on 24m Rock

, Owner of 20m to 30m Tufan and Brothers Yachting Co. - 26/05/2020-15:53
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We worked with KRM Yacht in winter 2019-2020 for our refit works on 24-metre Rock. After 8,000nm in two busy seasons, the owner decided to cross the Atlantic for the next. We had an agreement with KRM Yacht for her maintenance works and repairs. Their efforts and advice were invaluable in achieving the end result. KRM Yacht's complete grasp of the profession were essential to us.

KRM Yacht's value to the project was further enhanced by their purposeful attitude and ability to concentrate all efforts towards achieving the owner’s goals.

I strongly recommend their services.

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Five Stars

, Captain of 20m to 30m Motor Yacht Shenu - 26/05/2020-12:27
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Went under refit winter of 2013 in Istanbul. The yacht is a 29-metre open Couach.

Jobs that were completed included:

Superstructure paint, renewal of teak decking, overhaul of all tanks (fresh water, grey water, black water), electrical and electronics updates, some chrome works, hydraulic system upgrades and partial carpentry works.

Overall process was more then satisfactory, including scheduling, costing (only 2% over original quotation - due to some minor extras we required) and management. They beat the nearest European quotation by more than half and, to be honest, that was an initial worry for the quality of the works.

I must add, the shipyard where the operation was completed was not well equipped at all. As they managed to complete in time and with excellent quality in that shipyard, I can only imagine the good work they should be doing in Istanbul (as I have heard) with their own fully equipped workshops situated in a good marina/shipyard.

So, do I recommend their services? Definitely 'yes'. Owner is planning to buy another yacht soon and new vessel will undergo a major refit 2021.

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Quality Paint Protection Service

, Captain of 31m to 40m M/Y BELKA - 25/05/2020-19:54
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KRM Refit centre is young, energetic and a very responsive refit company. We used their paint protection service and the result was amazing!

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Best Service and Refit Yard

, Builder / Designer of 20m to 30m Mazu Yachts - 25/05/2020-19:24
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We are repeatedly working with KRM on our refit projects. We are so happy with their attention to detail, professionalism and on time deliveries. I can recommend them to any Superyacht owner who needs major refit or service.

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Proffessional Refit Services

, Yacht Manager of 41m to 50m Marinbase - 25/05/2020-18:39
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KRM has a great team to support your refit journey. Best value for the money.

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KRM is one of the leading Refit center across MED area.

, Partner of 41m to 50m MARINBASE Yacht Management - 25/05/2020-18:35
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We are very happy to collaborate with KRM about refit needs of the yachts in our fleet. We strongly recommend them as their professional approach.

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