New catalogue highlights

Lindley Marinas, a specialist in the design and fabrication of floating equipment, has expanded its range of reinforced concrete pontoons with wave attenuators and continuous flotation pontoons in units up to 20m (66ft) long and 6m (20ft) wide.

The new products are highlighted in Lindley’s latest catalogue of floating solutions, along with its established lines and newly developed aluminium extrusions (26kg/m profile) for fixed pedestrian structures.
From the integral construction of marinas to small piers, Lindley Marinas provides expert advice and robust solutions tailored to customer requirements. Supported by offices in Lisbon, Barcelona, Vigo and Rio de Janeiro, the company claims to offer one of the most extensive ranges of pontoons on the market, in concrete, steel, aluminium and timber.
Technical and sales capabilities of the Lindley Group companies have recently been reinforced by the acquisition of Aister Marinas (see Marina World November/December 2022).


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