De Flux yacht and ship joiners specialise in the refitting or renovation of boats and ships.
Skilled ship joiners with a real carpenter’s eye renovate and restore all kinds of vessels. The Marine Museum is one of De Flux’s major customers. De Flux has worked on historic ships such as the Prins Willem I, the Abraham Crijnssen, the Schorpioen and the Nautilus. This is the sort of work that true fans of wood find mouth-watering. Getting to work on massive hardwood timbers to replace worn out parts in old museum ships, or in the case of “De Schorpioen” and the “Abraham Crijnssen” replacing the entire deck. As for the famous ship De Holland, De Flux replaced the whole teak deck. De Flux has built up a solid reputation in this field, resulting in them being awarded lots of work in this sector. The company is able to make all manner of modifications or repairs that may be required, whatever the size of the job.
Laying or renovating decks
De Flux yacht and ship joiners have already laid or restored a great number of decks in teak, bangkirai and iroko. Thanks to many years of experience in the laying and renovation of decks, our skilled people can cope with any type or size of deck.
De Flux also manufactures and supplies bespoke furniture made from high-quality materials. Our experienced joiners are able to make any type of furniture, all finished off to perfection.