Palumbo shipyard has announced that Titania, a 73m yacht built by Lürssen in 2006, has arrived at its Marseille facility. The yacht is joined by 55m Pendennis Steel and 60m CMN Slipstream, all three yachts arriving within days of each other.

Marseille Super Yachts ITM is a 12,000sq m shipyard operating four dry docks ranging from 80m to 126m in length, a 95m watershed and more than 300m of quays for afloat repairs. At the centre of the shipyard lies “The Black Box”, a building designed to allow visiting crew to enjoy a moment of rest and relaxation.

60m CMN 'Slipstream'

60m CMN ‘Slipstream’

Titania and Slipstream are busy superyachts available for charter whilst Steel is a world cruising vessel with an ice class hull.

Palumbo management reports that its Malta facility is also enjoying a healthy flow of clients, many of whom go on to make use of other facilities in the Palumbo network of Malta, Marseille, Messina, and Naples.

The Messina shipyard deals mostly with ships and cruise liners, whilst in Naples site is used to build the Columbus range of yachts as well as servicing a healthy mix of yachts and commercial ships.