February 17, 2005 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Matthew’s Marine Air Conditioning Inc. and owner
Matthew Pinnell, a 15 year veteran of the Ft. Lauderdale Marine Air
Conditioning and Refrigeration market, got the call to completely retrofit
the entire Air Conditioning and Refrigeration System in the motor yacht
Azzurra II. The entire job for this 156 foot mega yacht included
completely removing the existing A/C chiller system, installing over 35 air
handlers and working with all subcontractors to ensure proper fitting of
equipment with ease of maintenance and serviceability...
Matthew’s Marine Air Conditioning Completely Retrofits Mega Yacht Azzurra’s
October 21, 2005 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Matthew’s Marine Air Conditioning Inc. announced their completed
expansion of the Fort Lauderdale Marina Mile facility and added several
experienced technicians to the team to meet the growing demand for their
air conditioning products and services for mega yachts. Fresh on
the heels of a successful summer season expansion in Newport, Rhode
Island, they have doubled their Fort Lauderdale facility and added staff
to accommodate more clients and demand for custom products that are
optimized for better performance and lower maintenance costs.
Additionally, they have increased the “port side” service offering that
delivers the outstanding service of Matthew’s Marine Air Conditioning
products and staff to any port where the vessel resides.
January 2009, Fort Lauderdale, FL
was the commissioning of a new smart
concept chiller to go into service onboard the M/Y REEF CHIEF.
The project was presented to Captain Mike Ford, a client of
Matthew’s Marine for ten years, with the understanding that he would
have the first of such chiller units soon to be pushing into the marine
market. Captain Mike Ford
had complete confidence with Matthew Pinnell, owner of Matthew’s Marine,
the proposed system would be cutting edge technology with the
information provided to him concerning the research and development that
went into the design.
November 2005 to April
2006, Savannah, GA.
It was a great experience.
When we were asked to survey the air conditioning
system for refit it looked like to large of project to do away from our Ft. Lauderdale facility, and also within a
reasonable budget for the vessel.
To introduce the company to an out of state refit was
not the safest thing to do, but when you know you can do it and do it
the best, you do it.
In the meantime of conducting business in Ft. Lauderdale and Savannah, we were struck with two
hurricanes, WILMA and KATRINA.