Hull length: 10.5 m Breadth: 3.5 m Displacement : 18 t Sail area: 97 m² Billier is a small harbour at the mouth of river “La Vilaine”, north of River Loire. Belle de Vilaine is a replica of local fishing boat which were used mainly for trawling. She has been launched in 1994.
Longueur de coque : 10.95 m Largeur : 3.77 m Déplacement : 11.7 t Voilure : 97.5 m² Pettifox est de la même veine que Babar. C’est un peu le même bateau avec un mètre de plus et une volonté plus affirmée de rester très proche du type traditionnel. Les membrures sont découpées et le lest n’est que partiellement extérieur. […]
Hull length: 8.20 m Breadth: 2.84 m Displacement : 7.2 t Sail area: 51 m² Admiral Paris, in his exceptional book “Souvenirs de Marine”, has published the plan of a “boat of Ushant, end of 18th century”. Unfortunately this plan contains many discrepancies and inaccuracies. However, an Ushant association decided to build a replica of this boat, […]
Hull length: 9.48 m Breadth: 3.45 m Displacement : 11.5 t Sail area: 95 m² Dahouet is a small harbour in Saint Brieuc bay, on the northern coast of Brittany. It was very active in the past, mainly for coastal trade and Newfoundland fishing. In 1989 people from there decided to build a replica of a fishing […]
Hull length: 4.50 m Breadth: 1.75 m Displacement : 250 kg about Sail area: 12.8 m² This design is the very first version of Ilur, drawn for a Morbihan gulf lover. She has been built by Chantier du Guip in 1985. She is traditionally built, without centre-board, and rigged with a standing lug. Some other boats have been […]
Hull length: 4.60 m Breadth: 1.45 m Displacement : 200 kg environ Sail area: 10 m² Aven is may first sail and oar design. From 1982, about 100 units have been built by Chantier Naval de Loctudy. She is strip planked over steam bent frames. Hull forms are inspired by traditional boats of Brittany, with a […]