IMS Shipyard Set to Becomes Largest Yacht Repair & Refit yard in the Mediterranean

In the heart of Toulon Bay (South of France), the IMSShipyard is expanding its superyacht refit and maintenance services with the opening of its site IMS 700.  It is opening 80 additional berths to accommodate up to 100 yachts from twenty to eighty metres in length on its two sites.
Transformation work is already underway and the former St-Mandrier naval air station, a remarkable site in an enviable setting, will be ready to receive the first yachts at the end of this year.
The idea is that yard will offer everything super yacht owners and their captains could wish for. Viewed from the former control tower, which is to be transformed into a VIP office that will welcome clients to the site, it is an awe-inspiring undertaking.
With the magnificent bay of Toulon on the horizon, 50,000 square metres of a vast operating basin have been granted to IMS in the form of a thirty year lease agreement.

There are also the 60,000 square metres of hard standing area (five times the surface area owned by the company on its IMS 300 site) and four enormous boat-sheds for housing three yachts up to 50 metres at the same time.
With an incomparable capacity and service offer in the Mediterranean, IMS Shipyard has quickly established itself as key player in the maintenance, repair & refit sector over the last 25 years.
By adding the IMS 700 site it becomes the largest yacht repair yard in the Mediterranean with a surface area totally 130,000 square metres.

It has the capacity to house up to 100 twenty to eighty metres yachts and an comprehensive list of refit and repair services.