The 30m motoryacht Livadia, 47m La Polonia and 54m Keri Lee III are the first yachts to be hauled out for maintenance work at Monaco Marine's La Seyne-Toulon shipyard. The shipyard has also welcomed a superyacht for a four-month period of works.
Having opened its doors at the beginning of November, Monaco Marine’s new facility at La Seyne-sur-mer specialises in the refit and repair of yachts between 30m and 55m, with the ability to accommodate up to 28 yachts at the same time.
The 40,000sqm site includes a 148m dock for yachts visiting for a technical ‘pit stop’, or works afloat, and a 560-tonne travel lift. The shipyard also includes a specific marina dedicated to superyacht tenders, with three floating pontoons allowing direct access to the sea.
With the opening of this latest facility, Monaco Marine now has a network of eight sites across the south of France for the refit and maintenance of yachts up to 180m, with each dedicated specifically to a certain size and tonnage of yacht. The company also opened a facility in Marseille earlier this year, which was covered on SuperyachtNews.com here.
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