Monday, October 7, 2013

Custom Composites at Yacht Management Services

YACHT MANAGEMENT SERVICES has completed some New composite projects.

When the rudder of your yacht becomes water logged or damaged what do you do? You hire YMS to build you a new one. We can duplicate to shape of the existing one or we can start from a new design. Most times we can even use the old post like we were able to do with this X-45.


At this time Yacht Management Services in Bristol, RI has some indoor heated storage available; we realize that at times it is difficult to keep control of your projects at large boat yard facilities. Here at YMS we are happy to work with you and your subcontractors to keep you project moving at an efficient pace and cost effective rates. There is some space available which averages $130.00 per foot which includes haul, wash, and launch. Each yacht is looked at individually for final pricing because every boat is unique to it’s hauling and storage needs. When there are large projects with large work lists hourly rates and storage are adjusted appropriately. For more information call Mike (cell 508-728-8075) and look at our website

Mike Mullaney
Yacht Management Services
47 Gooding Avenue
Bristol, RI 02809

Friday, November 30, 2012

Meet the Founder

Mike Mullaney has been on the water for 50 years. He began his career in yacht building in 1987 at Concordia Custom Yacht Builders in South Dartmouth Massachusetts after completing the build of his own custom Columbia 34 yacht. He is a graduate of the Benjamin Franklin Institute in Boston, MA.  Yacht Management Services is a full service yacht company providing high level services since 1996.  We are a family owned business offering over 40 years experience in the boat building and marine trade.  Our 14,000 square foot facility in Bristol, Rhode Island offer three 80' bays and two 100' bays with four 16'X16' overhead doors.The guy can build just about anything. If you don't believe me, check out the custom houseboat that he built from the water up, moored in Providence harbor.