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Oyster 82

It is in the British shipyard Oyster that a new luxury sailing ship, drawn by Rob Humphreys, was born. Oyster 82 combines English elegance with a perfect behaviour at sea. The yacht, product with thousand specimens, is perfectly designed for long cruisings. The pilot house, well protected, makes it possible to release completely a second […]

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  • Sud Composites

    Alain Adès is a happy man! One can understand it, at 43 years, he carries out a dream: living of his passion. “Fallen very small” in the large pot of the shipyards, he creates SUD COMPOSITES in 1990. The production of the shipyard concentrates then, during approximately 8 years, on the building of “Grand Sud” […]

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  • The art of duel in Class America

    09/2004 – The result of Louis Vuitton Act I held in Marseilles proves to be in conformity with the forecasts: BMW Oracle Racing justified its place of favourite by gaining the first pre-regatta of this 32nd America’s Cup new formula. The magic of the sail and of these boats – of which design is a […]

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  • Sealine S38: the point of technology

    In the 40 feet range, the English manufacturer, Sealine, once more shows its know-how with this model at the point of technology, the S38 Sealine. One of the most innovative aspects of this high-speed open motorboat is its electric system, named Seaplex. Majority of the boat systems (lighting, instruments, diodes, etc.) are connected to the […]

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  • Sarnico 50

    Shown for the first time at the International Boat Show in Genoa 2004, Sarnico 50 is an elegant “coupé” presenting a vast cockpit and offering a luxurious and complete interior (3 cabins and bathrooms). Sarnico 50 was computer designed and was built by a robotized chain. The architects, Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard produced a […]

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