Each boat designer has his style, his preferences, his references. I can not escape the rule. Boats have a story. It is important for me to design boats which refer to a tradition, a culture. This does not prevent to revisit the past and bring my boat the benefits of today’s technology, to make them more convenient, more comfortable, more efficient, easier to build …. I love wood, which is the material that is best suited to one off construction and to fit the owner taste. It is also the most suitable material for the home builders I am trying to encourage. A yacht should not be an utilitarian good. Like a house, it belongs to those who watch at. This is why I borrowed one of my clients compliment he gave me: “boats to make the sea more beautiful.” Learn more about the main boats families I am interested in:

Voile-aviron
Ilur

Voile-aviron

Avant que les temps modernes ne viennent tout bouleverser, les petites embarcations, qu’elles soient de pêche, de service ou de plaisance, étaient propulsées à la voile ou à l’aviron. Les…

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Plaisance traditionnelle
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Plaisance traditionnelle

La navigation de plaisance est déjà fort ancienne. On a retrouvé à Gokstad une magnifique embarcation viking à 2 paires d’avirons, dont la finesse de ligne et les performances n’en…

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Heritage boats
Enez Koalen, Homardier de Loguivy

Heritage boats

Stone constructions like houses, churches, castles, monuments, can withstand centuries and even milleniums. But wooden boats can't live for such a long time, they can live for an average of…

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Moteur et vapeur
Koulmig

Moteur et vapeur

Les bateaux à moteur ont une histoire de plus d'un siècle. C'est pourquoi je propose une gamme de bateaux à moteur inspirés par la tradition. N'y cherchez pas de coques…

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