As everyone in our yachting community has been affected this year by the pandemic, APB has worked tirelessly to build a stronger, more focused team. Our primary mission has always been to service the yachting community and without our loyal clients and vendors we would not be here today. We want to thank everyone that supported us and made it possible for APB to continue to prosper. We took a deep look at our core business and made significant improvements to the way we operate and the quality of our staff. APB has always forged ahead of the pack, and we will continue to do so in the future. Our staff is the key to our success. We have journeymen, experienced in all forms of fabrication and machinery that expedite the workflow. Our investment into manufacturing has laid the foundation for long term success. Our relationships with our seasoned partners in the community are based on loyalty and commitment to providing the best service in the industry. We have completed our relocation to our new home located conveniently in the heart of Fort Lauderdale’s yachting epi center. We continue to have a very deep bench of highly trained, experienced, certified welders, plumbers, carpenters, composite tech’s and much more. Our list of full refit capabilities and services are endless, our experience is unmatched, and our resources of tools and machinery are the benchmark all our competitors strive to achieve. We look forward to the upcoming season and have some big things in the works that we are excited to share with the community.

APB is excited to announce the opening of a full-service refit, repair, and manufacturing facility in the port of San Juan, Puerto Rico at the Pier 15 dry dock. APB-SJ will be providing all the services in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean that are currently provided here in Fort Lauderdale. APB-SJ will be operational by November 1, 2021, to perform ship side services and bunkering for Mega-yachts and commercial vessels. Construction is underway to renovate and modernize the Dry dock and outbuildings damaged in previous hurricanes. Currently we are building a team of partners and staff to accommodate any needs the vessels may have. We are proud to announce APB-SJ ( and SJYS ( will participate in a vocational program to train a local labor force and providing many with full-time well-paying jobs. APB will be transitioning key staff to operate, train and lead the team. We are inviting industry partners, captains, and builders, to reach out to us, we will be on site at FLIBS to discuss the opportunities and services in San Juan. We will continue to provide mobile service divisions, which specialize in all forms of refit and repair work at many shipyards in the eastern US and Caribbean. Please feel to reach out to us directly with any inquires and to discuss career opportunities, business opportunities, and rental space within our new venture.

Be safe out there


Nate Goodwin