The IMS Shipyard in Toulon France continues to invest and is now able to move yachts of up to 350 tons inside their sheds using a new specially designed trailer.
Already ten yachts have been moved inside the sheds, making it much easier to carry out the works of painting, carpentry and repairs to teak decking.
This new tool for moving the yachts will also allow the shipyard to optimise by 30% the space available to them outside on the hard for the parking of the yachts.
The teams at IMS Shipyard along with builders Heesen and the design office Luxury Projects have worked together over the winter months a plan that meets all the requisites of the owner to give the motoryacht Destiny a major overhaul inside and out
The Interior refit included a new layout, new furniture, new flooring, complete paint job to the Main Saloon, Owners and Guest Cabins while the exterior refit saw modifications to the concentrated on the Flydeck and Maindeck, modifying existing furniture, installation of sunbeds, installation of a sun awning above the Jacuzzi.
In addition to these works a Seakeeper stabiliser system was installed to ensure a greater comfort on board
The 30 metre motor yacht Mrs D from the Moonen Shipyard is also undergoing an interior refit. Among the works that are being carried out is the transformation of the lazarette in to a Fitness Room, leather cladding applied to the Bridge Deck and anew layout in the main saloon.
Both projects are on time and the yachts will be launched back into service in time for the summer season