Boatin'France confirms its presence in Le Havre
Boatin'France, a specialist in multihull sailing and motor yachts for brands such as Lagoon, Privilège and Neel Trimarans, is moving into new premises in Le Havre. Arriving in the Normandy city in 2017, it is perpetuating its presence by investing in new offices. With a surface area of 70 m², the Boatin' France headquarters is located opposite the refit forms, between the Paul Vatine basin in the centre of Le Havre and the technical area of the Scheldt on which the local authorities want to develop the nautical industry.
"We have a real showcase with offices visible on the ground floor. We confirm our establishment in Le Havre. We were in the Paris region before and Le Havre allowed us to take reseller cards for multihull brands. We want to increase Le Havre's position in the nautical sector, which has the advantage of a real city centre port," explains David Steckar, director of Boatin' France.
Boatin' France accompanies the passage of the Panama Canal
Boatin'France supports its yachtsmen in all the navigation basins
Active in the delivery of pleasure craft for construction yards and private individuals for many years, David Steckar has created a worldwide network of contacts. In addition to the 4 people ashore, Boatin'France employs between 12 and 20 sailors for the ten boats it has in management. The company is not only selling multihulls, it can also manage them in the area defined by the owner with a desire to travel:"Our customers are for example people who have just sold their company and want to buy a boat but do not want to manage it. We can sell them, but also, with our network of contacts all over the world, acquired during the convoys, we can market it wherever they wish. Not only in certain navigation basins, as is most often the case," says David Steckar. Boatin'France is positioned as a specialist in multihull travel, with an accompaniment that largely comes out of the Le Havre basins.
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