Nautica Mallorca Yachts
With boat polishing in Mallorca we manage to remove the shine of the gel coat that is lost with the sun and dirt over time.
Once the gel coat is already burnt, as the sun in Mallorca is very abrasive, we can remove the dirt and polish the yacht with different processes and polish it with wax. The polishing compound used on yacht surfaces is of utmost importance. For this reason, at Nautica Mallorca Yachts, we work with the highest quality polishes manufactured by companies such as 3M.
Thanks to our boat polishing services in areas such as Palma de Mallorca, we can bring out the colour and shine of the hull as if it were new. The polishing treatment consists of removing dirt and polishing. UV rays cause wear of the gel coat or paint and remove the shine from the boat. A good maintenance of the boat will extend the life of the boat and its price.
After a thorough cleaning of the hull and superstructures, a high-quality industrial polishing is carried out, followed by the application of a protective varnish. This prevents dirt and limescale as well as particle-laden rains from the Sahara desert from penetrating directly into the gelcoat and sticking to it. This makes it easier for deck hands and crew to clean the yacht after a day at sea. Thanks to professional maintenance and polishing (carried out at least once a year) your yacht will not only look well maintained, but will also retain its value.
We must carry out a process from less abrasive to more abrasive, first we sand and clean the edges of the boat and then we start polishing. In the final step we apply the wax while polishing the boat or yacht.
How long should the machine be polished? The idea is that for a surface of about 50x50 centimeters, we will work in the order of 2 to 5 minutes, depending on how the surface to be treated is, the revolutions of the machine and the state of the polishing sponge.
We work in the areas of Puerto Adriano, Palma, Puerto Portals, Cala Nova, Andratx, Puerto de Andratx, Sóller, Cala Gamba, Inca, S’Estanyol, Sa Pobla, Manacor, Genova, Son Vida, Cas Catala, Bendinat, Puerto de Alcudia, Puerto de Pollensa, Cala D’or, and Porto Cristo.