ENA, Enterprise Nouvelle Antillaise

Martinique-French West Indies N14.6- O 61.06

ENA - Entreprise Nouvelle Antillaise -  offers extensive ship repair services in Martinique Island, French West Indies, for more than 30 years.


ENA took over in January 2015 the management of the graving dock Bassin de Radoub in the heart of Fort de France, a strategic location in the Caribbean.


With its own workforce of 47 employees and an extensive network of subcontractors, ENA can undertake a wide range of shipyard services of the highest possible quality:


ENA offers excellent facilities for a large range of merchant marine and navy vessel types: 

-graving dock of 180 m long and 23 m wide (max. draft 7.60 m above blocks)

-90 m of pier for afloat repairs (max. draft 5 m)

-1200 m² of mechanical and boiler workshops 

The reputation of ENA extends throughout the Caribbean. We can provide maintenance and overhauls for all types of ship, afloat or in the dry dock. We are specialised in:

Heavy boiler-making, sheet metal and pipework thanks to qualified workers and experienced multi-certified welders with BV certification

Marine engineering with know-how built up over 30 years and a workshop with machining and testing equipment.​

Caribbean Dockyard & Engineering Services Ltd

Trinidad & Tobago

CL Marine and its Group of Companies  is located at Port Chaguaramas in the north western peninsula of the island . Latitude 10° 40’ 37” North and Longitude 61° 38’ 45” West, just 8 miles off the northwestern coast of South America.  It is 6 miles from Port of Spain, 16 miles from Trinidad's International Airport (Piarco International).

The company is managed by European staff, supported by foreign and local personnel. The yard offers a 160 x 25 meter floating dock, currently being refurbished in a lifetime extension program. The positive changes in the yard made them an interesting player in the area.


Floating dock 1: 218 x 29 x 15,5 m

Floating dock 2: 230 x 39 m (lifting cap. 23,000t)

Pier: 305,0 m


Colonna's Shipyard Inc.


Colonna's Shipyard is a full service ship repair facility conveniently located on deep water in the Port of Hampton Roads, Atlantic Ocean. Founded in 1875, it is the oldest family owned shipyard in the US. Colonna's employes more than 350 people, all very loyal resulting a general high level of expertise. Although Europeans recognize US yards to have a higher price level. If trade brings a vessel to the US it's best to spend your money at a reliable address.


Floating dock: 198,0 x 25,0 x 7,9 m
Slip way 1: 128,0 x 21,0 x 4,9 m
Slip way 2: 157,0 x 12,0 x 4,3 m
Pier: 325 m



MEC Panama


MEC has been a pioneer in ship repairs for almost 15 years and in 2013 added the Balboa Shipyard (now renamed MEC Shipyards) as its main asset and complemented it with the maritime auxiliary services in which the company was already one of the leaders in the industry. Such an accomplishment is not obtained without being at the forefront of innovations and MEC has continued aggressively on this aspect.


Since assuming the administration of the Yard, MEC has invested 12 million dollars in little over a year, modernizing a facility with impeccable location with top flight equipment. These new assets include:


  • Three Potain Cranes with 12 TON lifting capacity (2 on rails, 1 fixed).

  • Overhaul of two rail cranes with 50 and 30 TON lifting capacity, respectively.

  • Mobile Crane of 120 TON lifting capacity.

  • Mobile equipment from Caterpillar, which includes:

    • Five Forklifts with 5 TON lifting capacity.

    • Three Cherry Pickers with 18 meter reach.

    • Two Telehandlers with 5 TON lifting capacity and 18 meter reach.

    • Two Bobcat loaders.

  • Two new Water Blasting machines of 40,000 PSI capacity.

  • Fourteen Water Blasting machines of 8,000 PSI capacity.



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