Launch of the Blue Coast 95′

Blue Coast 95' maxi catamaran carbon by Coste Design and H2X launching

The Blue Coast 95′ “Cartouche”, the first Blue Coast Yachts, designed by naval architect Jean-Jacques Coste and built by H2X shipyard, was launched last Wednesday, September 29 at La Ciotat, after a record construction time of 14 months!!!

To celebrate this magical moment, the sun and the weather were to rendezvous in south of France. The Blue Coast 95’ has hit the water in the early afternoon in the port of La Ciotat after a maneuver performed by the master hands of Semidep and H2X construction team under the direction Sebastien Grall.

The owners, the shipyard team and the designer Jean-Jacques Coste, initiator of the Blue Coast Yachts range and Director of Coste Design & Partners, were all very proud of the success of that technological and human challenge created by this high-quality construction completed in only 14 months.

The naval architect and the builder were very happy to see their creation in water exactly as they had anticipated: “The boat is perfectly within his lines and trim, this is very satisfying, because we haven’t renounced to any element of comfort and Cartouche is fitted with the latest in equipment.»
Construction, fully managed by H2X, started in August 2009. “The first review of this project is very satisfying.” Confided Maurice Klein, General Manager of the shipyard, “Through the project management and implementation of innovative processes, the quality of construction is at the highest standard and we can build a sister ship even faster if we are asked to. »

Designed exclusively for private use, the Blue Coast 95’ is a pure one-off which enjoys the unmatched experience of Coste Design and H2X in such projects. This triple-decker yacht, sloop rigged is also one of the largest catamarans in the world with 28.80 m length and 12 m wide!

Blue Coast 95' maxi catamaran carbon by Coste Design and H2X launching 2 Tech Specs of Blue Coast 95′

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