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Fountaine Pajot entrusts Chantier Naval Couach with the construction of boats in its Motor Yacht range – 2022-05-09 at 10:13


(AOF) – As part of its development, Fountaine Pajot announced on Friday evening that it had entrusted Chantier Naval Couach with the manufacture of its entire Motor Yacht range. Fountaine Pajot thus frees up capacity for the production of its tall ships at its La Rochelle site. The Aigrefeuille site is dedicated to mid-size sailboats and the Périgny site to Dufour monohulls. On these three sites, the Fountaine Pajot group says it is continuing its recruitment and training plans.

Created in 1998 under the Trawler Catamarans brand and now marketed under the Fountaine Pajot Motor Yachts brand, the range currently has three models (MY4S, MY5 and MY6).

The subcontract should start in October 2022, for delivery of the first motor catamarans from November 2022.

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