April 26, 2010


Finally MASHUA BLUU has found a trustworthy and talented yard to be finished. This Blubay 95 was left unfinished in Caen when Yacht Industries went bankrupt. JFA was missioned to finished the RAFOLY's brother. It is also to be mentionned that JFA has built a new building to welcome large catamarans projects such as the VPLP 110. We'll learn more about it in the coming future.

This is a press release from the yard.
Following the effects of the crisis in the nautical industry, some yards have unfortunately closed down. It is the case of Yachts Industry in Caen (France) that went bankrupt in February 2009. This yard was delivering a 95’ catamaran named Mashua Bluu issued of the Blubay Yacht Brand (closed also). The ward was unable to carry out tirals & finish the boat properly.
The owner came then to JFA shipyard in order to finalize the boat. Mashua Bluu has just arrived in Concarneau, Britanny. The work will begin with the electrics, lots of piping jobs, some inside layout wood work, a servicing for rig validation and completion of BV and MCA compliancy. JFA will then proceed to trials in order to deliver a finished yacht ready for charter.

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