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NAVANTIA SHIPYARD SPAIN


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avantia shipyard is strategically located on the Mediterranean coast in the millennial tourist city of Cartagena. A shipyard


with over 300 years of history specialised in the repair and refit of large yachts. Its large and modern facilities and services allow the performance and completion of any type of work, from yacht extensions, interior renovations, full painting, rigging, technical services to upgrades or full overhauls of engines. The centre, in addition to its 3000 m2 multipurpose workshop, has its own team of highly qualified personnel to meet the luxury megayacht market’s highly demanding standards and provides all required works: steelworks, aluminium, machining, caulking, electricity and carpentry, etc. In addition, it has collaboration agreements with the most prestigious local and international auxiliary companies that share their long tradition and expertise. The shipyard boast its own engine factory that manufactures and overhauls Caterpillar, MAN or MTU engines, as well as a fully comprehensive after sales service including the supply of spare parts, block casting, machining and its own onsite engine test benches.


For more details Tel: +34 968 12 83 40 – 629 64 24 08 or visit www.yacht.navantia.es


TOULON FRANCE


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hen you look for a call that works for the yacht and for the crew, you should consider Toulon Bay and its ports,


quays and shipyards. In the heart of the French Mediterranean, dominated by 1900-feet-high Mount Faron and its red cable car, having mixed for years civilian and military activities, Toulon Bay offers a comfortable shelter for yachts of all sizes. A dynamic urban area of half a million inhabitants houses naval industry, marine research, international passenger transport...and some nice beaches and pocket beaches. Serious about attracting the superyacht industry, The Ports of Toulon organisation continues to invest in new infrastructure, including an extra 1.4 kilometre of quayside, under ISPS Compliance, i.e restricted access and 24/24 video surveillance. Several top 10 megayachts have already picked up the spot, known for its deep water quays and alongside berthing. Easy refuelling and winter lay-up are other key arguments for Toulon Bay, a yacht port to be considered. The port authority is an active participant in the « Contrat de Baie de la Rade de Toulon » group whose goal is the improvement of the water quality and is also taking the necessary steps to obtain the Clea Port European certification of its ports. Since its creation in 2009, Ports Toulon Provence has initiated a sustainable development programme. Based on the 5 fundamentals, it will include a section concerning environmental and habitat protection and preservation.


For more details Tel: +33 (0)6 46 69 77 27 or visit www.ports-tpm.fr


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