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Portrait Richard Mérigeaux

35 crossings of the Golfe de Gascogne, 19 transatlantic and a half turn of the world, from the Pacific Ocean to the Red Sea, while passing through the Indian Ocean, Richard Mérigeaux finished second of the 2003 mini transat on “Bon Pied Bon Oeil”. Sailor of exception, he is accustomed of the podiums for the […]

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Yapluka 60: advanced technology and solidity

    The French shipyard Yapluka, lately based in Caen, provides a little more its range of superb cruising catamarans. Yapluka 60 was drawn by the Berret-Racoupeau architects cabinet. It combines advanced technology and solidity: aluminium hull, carbon mast and kevlar rigging. The external wardroom is vast and four benches take seat on all sides. From a […]

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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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  • Azimut 68 S: handy and elegant

    Handy and elegant At first sight, the Azimut 68S shows all the characteristics of the Italian style: an elegant and aggressive line dedicated to the well being of the guests. This new serie of opens proposes consequently an electric opening of the deckhouse as well as a vast sunbath to the back, protected by a […]

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  • Alliaura Privilège 585: the largest of Alliaura

    Drawn by Marc Lombard and decorated by Dièdre, Privilege 585 is the largest catamaran of the range of the French shipyard Alliaura. Out of Sables d’Olonne shipyard, stress was laid on comfort. The deck, released well of the elements of superstructure, facilitates operations or circulation for the  passengers. Sun baths naturally come to take seat […]

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