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EXCLUSIVE 76 – I HAD A DREAM of a perfect cruising catamaran Georges Benarroch

I spent the day yesterday in Les Sables d’Olonnes (they are getting ready for the Vendée Globe) with Georges Benarroch the brain behind the EXCLUSIVE 76. Georges is obsessed by details and perfection and it really shows in the EXCLUSIVE … Continue reading

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The ExclusivE 76, the yacht of dreams

Press Release From Exclusive Marine. Thursday may 1st 2008 The ExclusivE 76, the yacht of dreams The construction of the ExclusivE 76, a maxi-catamaran for long distance cruising, is continuing at the VIP/Composites yard in Olonne-sur-Mer (85) on France’s Atlantic … Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE 76 – AN INTERVIEW OF PATRICK SASSIER

The last press release of Exclusive Marine (I just copied it, I know it’s a shame). Patrick Sassier, keeping a keen eye on the ExclusivE76The 43 years old Patrick Sassier holds since 2005 a position as Exclusive Marine Consultant. A … Continue reading

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FIRST EXCLUSIVE 76 DEMOULDED

The complete platform of the first EXCLUSIVE 76, built for a private owner, has been demoulded at the King Cat /Vip Composite shipyard in Les Sables d’Olonne (France). As you can see on the pictures the hulls and the platform … Continue reading

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Exclusive 76

Another catamaran project on my blog, the Exclusive 76. This catamaran has been designed by the Gilles Ollier Design team famous for its racing multihulls such as the maxi catamaran Orange 2. They are renowned for their experience in the … Continue reading

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