La Ciotat Shipyards announces sharp price cuts

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New government measures represent a significant financial contribution

La Ciotat Shipyards in the South of France has unveiled a range of price cuts in order to boost the start of the 2020/21 refit season. The move comes after the local government announced it would support an ”ambitious stimulus plan” to accelerate the economic recovery of the yacht refit industry in La Ciotat in the wake of Covid-19.

“This decision is in response to the prevailing uncertain business environment, with the yards operating in La Ciotat expressing the fear that some clients could decide to postpone projects which were initially scheduled for the beginning of the 20/21 refit season,” says the company in a statement.

With the financial help of the Bouches-du-Rhône département, the yard is offering the following price cuts to refit companies operating in La Ciotat as of autumn 2020…

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