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France is home to many sailing organizations and individuals that want to experience life on the water. There are many excellent French sailboat brands too.

Whether it is a monohull or multi-hull, there are plenty of great choices to consider if you are looking for one. So what French sailboat brands come to mind?

You are likely familiar with popular French sailboat brands such as Beneteau, Jeanneau, and Fountaine Pajot. However, other French brands like Amel, Dufour, and Pogo definitely stand out. In addition, you cannot forget about RM, Bali, Excess, Garcia, Lagoon, Nautitech, Outremer, and Windelo.

Each brand has something a little bit different to offer to help create the best sailing experience. While no brand is absolutely perfect, some are making a strong case.

According to experts in the sailing realm, there are some French sailboat brands that happen to have the best sailboats in the world. While this is heavily debated and different for each individual, there are a few that rise above the rest.

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Many French sailboat brands strive to be the best, so it will take some time to pick and choose the top of the line for your situation. Taking a look through all the brands is the only way to do it.

Many will pick one French sailboat brand over another due to a variety of factors. These include price, the reason for that particular sailboat, and comfort.

Beneteau and Excess

Beneteau is a one-of-a-kind sailboat brand that has found a way to combine racing and cruising without compromising comfort. They are one of the most popular sailboat brands in the world, offering many variations to fit sailors' needs.

For example, the Beneteau First 36 is an excellent full-scale sailboat that provides sailors an opportunity to get on the water safely and in style. Their stable hulls and light weight make them fast and reliable.

The brand has put together timeless classics for around 136 years now. From the living spaces, to the craftsmanship, you cannot go wrong with a Beneteau.

An elegant take on catamarans has been brought to customers by the Excess brand . They have one of the most intricate details with increased sailing area to provide sailors with the best possible experience.

Beneteau owns Excess, but both seem like independent versions of sailboats. Either way, both are excellent in their own categories.

Back in 1973, Alubat began production with their aluminum sailboats. They are the leading aluminum blue water sailboat brand and have served France proudly.

Since it is 100 percent aluminum, the hull is light and welded together. This creates a unique advantage compared to other fiberglass hulls that try to challenge weight.

In addition, Alubat uses lifting keels that allow you to take your adventure onto the beach. They have one of the best craftsmanship and put together a unique design.

Privilège/Kirie

The Kirie sailboat brand has been around since 1912 when they began building sailboats in Rue de la Forêt. While starting out on smaller sailboats, they eventually turned their production to racing boats.

Their most popular models include Feeling, which has a handful of variations based on size capabilities. In 1987, this boat received boat of the year honors.

You will likely have a hard time finding one of these boats now, especially since the brand was bought out by Privilège. This brand also makes top-of-the-line sailboats, but they are typically custom ordered and not mass produced.

Privilège has a few in their lineup that they make for the public. These are their Signature Series catamarans. You can expect quality builds and some of the best catamarans here.

Wauquiez is determined to help sailors get out on the water. Over the last 20 years, they have established excellent sailboats with modern interiors and elegant hulls.

They offer three popular models known as Pilot Saloon, Centurion, and Optio. Each one has plenty of room due to the design of the deck layout.

They are all catered to fit the needs of sailors that want to experience blue water sailing at different levels. Whether you want an easier sailing boat as a beginner or want a larger boat to race, Wauquiez offers them all.

One of the more prestigious families in French sailboats, Jeanneau offers one-of-a-kind sailboats to anyone. Their most popular sailboat is the classic Sun Odyssey 380.

Starting in the 1960s, Henry Jeanneau was looking to go fast on the water. He was able to develop a powerboat to compete in the 6-hour Paris race and won.

This particular design has everything down to the last detail to offer customers the best experience on the water. Just like many of their designs, you can count on efficiency, ease of use while sailing, and excellent sail area.

Fountaine Pajot

Fountaine Pajot is all about helping you create memories while in luxury. They are known for their beautiful catamarans, most notably the Astrea 42.

Their inverted bows are easy to spot, making them appealing to look at while you glide across the water. They even made sure the interior was as comfortable as possible, with some models having large windows below the deck.

Dating back to 1976, they have become a standard for French sailboat brands. Whether you want an entry-level catamaran or a luxury one, they have options to get you going.

Amel is one of those brands that has stood the test of time. They have put together one of the most comfortable, yet easy-to-sail boats that everyone can enjoy.

Over the last five decades, Amel has been able to set itself apart from other competitors. They have made themselves the standard when it comes to French sailboats. One of their best models to check out is the Amel 50, which is a powerful and comfortable ride.

They pride themselves on safety, having reliable hulls, and offering fun on the water. You can count on Amel to create a quality boat and honor the French.

Dufour has been in the business for over 60 years and provided sailors with some of the best sailing yachts. These boats have an assertiveness like no other and you can quickly tell them apart from the rest.

The newer Dufour 32 offers a classic spin on style and comfort, all while giving sailors peace of mind when it comes to handling. They even have an aft sunbathing area that can be adjusted in minutes if needed, which means they have thought of everything when it comes to comfort.

Dufour has partnered with Fountaine Pajot to be a part of the ODSeaLab to be more environmentally sound for bodies of water near France like the Atlantic Ocean. By 2030, they hope to have net carbon-neutral cruising sailboats.

Pogo Structures has been around since 1987 building cruising sailboats and racers. It was not until 2017 that they debuted their own line of powerboats using the same name. As for sailboats, they began building them in 2000.

While they are primarily still a shipyard producing close to 60 boats a year for other clients, they have reputable sailboats to look through over the years. These include the Pogo 40, Pogo 10.50, and Pogo 44.

They have served a lot of sailors throughout France, primarily in Combrit where they have their headquarters. You can likely find these sailing on the Atlantic coast.

RM Yachts is another quality shipyard in France that has doubled as the maker of many sailboats for other brands and created their own. They have focused on making their own for the last 20 years, with some custom accommodations along the way. They are known for their easy-to-handle boats that are not only comfortable but of high quality.

Back in 1989, they came up with their first design of the RM900. This was an epoxy-soaked plywood boat that had metal reinforcing the inside. Not too much has changed, other than having fiberglass sandwiched in between.

They continue to provide opportunities for sailors in La Rochelle that want to get on the water, as they produce roughly 50 yachts per year. RM Yachts can have either two keels or a lifting one, giving sailors customized options that best fit their needs.

Bali sailboats offer a little something for those that love catamarans. Not only are these some of the most beautiful catamarans on the market, they are also well built.

They have a partnership with Catana shipyard, located in France at Canet en Roussillon. This is one of the most famous shipyards out there, providing top-of-the-line yachts and catamarans.

This French sailing brand has listened to what customers want for luxury, which includes rigid cockpits, sunbathing areas, sliding windows, and plenty of room on the roof to lounge. It is no wonder this brand has quickly risen to the top since 2014.

Garcia yachts were started back in 1974 by two brothers, Jean-Louis and Jean-Pierre Garcia. Both were metalworkers and they played around with the idea of building steel boats.

They are an excellent shipyard in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, France, where they have also built a line of their sailboats. These include the Exploration series and the Explocat.

Lagoon is another beautiful catamaran brand that thrived along the coast of France. They are easily recognizable for their racing sailboats.

From 1984, they quickly developed a huge following for their offshore catamarans. The Lagoon 55 and 47are two perfect examples of their craft.

They are easy to maneuver, fast, and have the awards to back up their performances in races over the years. They are part of the very popular Beneteau Group, so it is no surprise that they are widely recognized.

Nautitech is aiming to provide sailors the capability of traveling around the world in a catamaran. While you may not want to travel full-time on the water, these sailboats are meant to handle anything.

Previously owned by French sailboat brand Dufour, the company was sold in 2002 to Bruno Voisard. They eventually moved their operations to La Rochelle, France, and dominated the market for catamarans along the coast.

One of their more famous designs is the Nautitech 40 Open. It is an award-winning yacht that has an open concept and is easy to sail.

Outremer is another French sailboat brand that wants to help sailors live out their dreams of living on the water. Dating back to 1984, there are well over 400 of these catamarans sailing across the world.

Sailors love what Outremer has been able to do in their designs, especially the Outremer 55. It is a completely livable catamaran that is easy to operate even if you are short-handed. No matter which model you find yourself in, Outremer is an excellent French sailboat brand.

Windelo is a revolutionary French sailboat brand leading the market in clean sailboat energy. Their catamarans are equipped with electronic motors that are able to swap over to hydrogen generation.

These are definitely ahead of their time, especially when they produced the Windelo 50 Adventure. With all of those clean energy options, it does not comprise luxury or the performance of these catamarans.

These are also easy to handle even if you are short-handed. If you are wanting a catamaran that can handle anything and use clean energy, Windelo makes an excellent option.

History of Sailboats in France

France has a long history of boats due to its geographical location. Generations have developed models and tweaked designs to get it right.

Over time, it has grown into a large economic output with over 20 French sailboat brands or shipyards. These companies are responsible for employing over 20,000 people, so the economy of France depends on sailboats.

The oldest French sailboat brand is Beneteau, which dates back to 1884. At that time, Benjamin Beneteau started his boat building company with a focus to make sailboats and powerboats for French fishing fleets.

Throughout the years, demand for sailboats, racers, and cruisers all popped up with different French brands meeting those demands. Today, the marine industry is quite busy along the French coast.

Chantiers de l'Atlantique is one of the largest and most popular shipyards in the world. It is located in Saint-Nazaire, France, and they handle just about every boat you can think of.

What is it Like to Sail in France?

France is a unique location in the world that has a rich history. Sailing happens to be intertwined within that history, so naturally, you will see sailing as a common occurrence.

There is over 2,000 miles of coast to explore, meaning you have more than enough room to check things out. This alone makes it an interesting travel destination on the boat.

Sailing Options

France has four different bodies of water surrounding the country. These are the Atlantic Ocean, North Sea, English Channel, and the Mediterranean Sea.

Since there are many locations to sail, you can have fun no matter where you are. Rivers and canals are perfect for smaller sailboats. The Atlantic side offers many opportunities for larger boats.

Social Clubs

There are also over 400 boat clubs that have different options for sailors. Each one will have different levels of expertise and groups of people to communicate with.

Depending on which one you choose can help you save time and money on select membership perks. Some will let you dock for free or offer other incentives if you a member.

Perfect Weather

The climate in France is nowhere near as consistent as sailing in Florida year-round, but it is another factor that allows sailors to enjoy their time on the water. France typically has cool winters and mild to moderate summers.

While the temperatures do show up around freezing, the summers are not that hot. If you can handle the temperature ranges then sailing in France will be a breeze.

What is the Market Like for French Sailboat Brands?

Since sailboats are a symbol of luxury in France, many are proud to own one that can afford it. The sailboats you will likely see are typically all made in Poland or France.

Depending on the brand and size, the prices can range between $14,000 all the way to $16 million, if not more. For mega yachts, these are well above $40 million.

The average selling price for French boats comes in around $240,000 according to Yacht World for used and new French sailboats. The most common brands that were researched were Beneteau, Jeanneau, and Sunseeker.

It is important to know how much a particular sailboat is worth before committing to buying it. Check the brand you have in mind and find out all price points based on age, condition, and location so that you can determine the best deal possible.

Why are French Sailboat Brands Popular?

The French had a passion to follow their dreams and design something that they loved. While this sounds like a familiar story for most successful brands, it is a little bit different in France.

Since the competition is so tough, you have to be able to make top-quality sailboats in order to survive. If your product is lacking in any way, you will be out of business quickly.

Some French sailboat brands have a generation or two of the family business under their belt, while others are new to the game. Either way, you still have to be able to impress the customer, which many have done so.

In fact, if you were to ask a sailor what their top five favorite sailboat brands are, they will likely choose a French one somewhere on that list. The most popular one so far is still Beneteau, which also happens to be the most common French sailboat out there. The next in line is Amel, which is up for a bit of a debate.

How to Buy a French Sailboat?

If you are interested in buying a French sailboat from one of the brands mentioned, there are some variables in play that you need to be aware of. While many of these brands are popular, they may not be available to you depending on your location.

In addition, some sailboat brands only make so many models per year and it might be difficult to obtain a particular one. If you do your research ahead of time, it could save you a lot of steps in trying to track one of them down.

Depending on where you are currently at, buying a French sailboat is going to be tricky. If you are in the United States, you will either need to find a dealer that can ship one to you there or buy a used one already in a marina.

There are some locations that have a market for French sailboats. It might be beneficial to make phone calls first or check online before just showing up.

Budget Friendly

Just like any major purchase, you need to make sure you have the correct amount of funds available to you. This means getting a loan set up in advance, saving more money, or selling something to help fund this purchase.

French sailboat brands do not typically cost more than other sailboats. However, the brand and size of the boat will make a huge difference.

You have to ask yourself if having 10 or 15 feet more is worth the extra thousands of dollars. If you can go smaller, this would also save you money.

Straight from the Source

If you find a French sailboat brand that you like, you could always try to purchase one online. By visiting their website, you can check out the next steps in the buying process.

They could help you in locating a dealer or find a way to ship it to you. This could save you time and money if they are able to work out a deal.

What to Look for in a French Sailboat?

Looking for a French sailboat is just like looking for another sailboat brand, unless this is your first time. You need to make sure you understand your sailing goal first before buying one too soon.

Sailing goals include your purpose of sailing, how much you want to spend, and how long you plan to do it. If you can confidently answer those questions, then you are on the right path to what a good French sailboat brand is.

If you are aiming for comfort, you need to see if it can accommodate what you have in store. You need to find out if it has room for guests if you can live on it full time or the extra features that separate it from the rest.

The living space and other features make a huge difference for boats that aim for comfort and simplicity. You need to find one that does not compromise comfort for performance.

Monohulls have the capability of righting back up after the motion swings back and forth. Catamarans, or multihulls, have more stability and it will be a smoother ride.

If you plan on using your French sailboat for quite some time, you want to make sure you have the safest option of all. Both sailboat types have their advantages and disadvantages, so it is up to you to decide which to favor.

Ease of Use

Do you want a sailboat that comes equipped with everything you need to sail full time? What about one that is easy to handle by yourself or just two people?

These are basic questions to ask yourself, but you must do the research thoroughly before buying. Staying ahead of the game when looking for French sailboats will help you out in the long run.

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RM Yachts: French plywood sailboat manufacturer

Over 30 years of plywood yacht building expertise.

Welcome to RM Yachts!

French sailboat manufacturer since 1989, our shipyard based in La Rochelle is specialised in the construction of fast cruising yachts of 30ft to 45ft in plywood and epoxy – approximately 9 to 14 meters.

Whether you are looking for a coastal cruising sailboat, or planning longer open sea trips, such as Atlantic, Pacific crossing, or round-the-world sailing, there will always be an RM yacht fitting your project.

We are actually the sole shipyard and manufacturer having built over 500 monohull sailboats using this material and this sailing yacht building technique. Needless to say, we know plywood-epoxy in-and-out.

This material’s benefits are numerous: lightness and stiffness, for increased performance under sail, and a dry and sane interior atmosphere, thanks to its thermal and phonic specifications.

Not to mention its reduced impact on the environment, compared to other materials usually found in naval construction (GRP, polyester, etc.).

Designed by award-winning architect Marc Lombard, RM yachts are 100% made in France, and then sail around the world. Our clients frequently share their anecdotes and logbooks from their solo or family adventures on our modern sailing boats.

Available in different appendage versions (single-keel, twin-keel, lifting-keel, single or twin rudder), RM Yachts are customisable, starting with their hull colour and interior design.

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Thanks to our many years of experience as a sailing yacht manufacturer, we have designed our website to provide you with all the information you need to select your next cruising yacht :

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Our F.A.Q. section is also a great source of information to help you find the ideal sailing boat according to your needs and sailing plans.

You are more than welcome to visit our premises, and we can also set up a sea trial! Our team will be more than happy to help you configure your brand-new sailing yacht

Alternatively, you can also have a look at our previous models and see how high our used monohull sailboats are on the market. Our expert brokers remain available for additional information.

Finally, acquiring an RM also means you have access to a panel of services, provided by Grand Large Yachting group’s dedicated subsidiary: Grand Large Services. Whether it’s about training lessons, spare parts, maintenance, or refit before slipping lines, our specialists are here to help!

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The infrastructure at the port of Concarneau can accommodate units up to 115m in length, round the clock.

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Outremer [utʀ əmε: ʀ] draws its origins from blue-water cruising and etymologically from the color Outremer, a deep shade of blue reminiscent of its native coast, the Mediterranean Sea.

Sailing catamaran manufacturer, Outremer, has built over the past 37 years, catamaran sailboats of industry leading quality, designed for performance, to ensure your peace of mind and comfort onboard, whether for short distance cruising or for sailing around the world.

With you at every step

Combining the unique know-how of our talented French workers and the experience accumulated from millions of miles traveled, leading catamaran manufacturer Outremer, helps you make your dream come true from start to finish: from the definition of your project to building the sailboat of your dreams.

Thus, when becoming an Outremer owner, you receive all the support you need in order to ensure your experience onboard is a success. Our preparation package includes a skills assessment, training courses to learn how to sail your catamaran, seminars to prepare for ocean cruising and much more.

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Becoming an Outremer owner also means that you will benefit from a large range of services, from the purchase to the sale of your catamaran yacht in our brokerage.

Emergency assistance, spare parts, in need of a refit or simply looking for information? Outremer is your number one contact!

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To cultivate this bond with our sailors, we organize annual events such as the Outremer Cup, and offer platforms to help mainstream and share knowledge, such as the owners’ Facebook group and a technical blog.

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O’Week and O’Cup 2024: a look back in pictures!

Since the introduction of Outremer Week in 2018, around 1,000 owners of Outremer catamarans have been trained. Once again this year, almost 100 owners gathered at La Grande-Motte from 12 to 17 May for this new edition of O’Week.

Training at Outremer: dive into the heart of the O’Week Spring 2024

From the 12th to the 17th, we welcomed our future owners for a week of training and sharing. Between manoeuvres, sailing sessions, marine weather, medical care, motorisation, electronics and safety at sea, our participants acquired invaluable skills.

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The winter refit of the We Explore was recently completed! Intense work has been carried out to integrate even more linen and comfort on board this 5X!

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Catamaran VS Monohull: what should you choose to sail around the world?

Sailing around the world is a dream come true: you discover the world to the rhythm of the wind and the stopovers, exploring new destinations every day as you sail. If you’re just starting to read this article, you’re probably nurturing this project. Are you planning to sail around the globe? Then the choice of ship for your next voyage is crucial.

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The Importance of Defining Success

In the Autumn of 2023, I ran a ‘Webinars for Women’ mini-series on transatlantic preparations. The first session was titled: “How to approach transatlantic preparation.” As I zoomed out of the nitty gritty of canned food recipes, spare parts inventories, and preventative sail repair and took a broader look at the framework for a successful crossing, I homed in on what I think the first and most important step is: defining your goal.

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The Bahamas Islands are a dream destination to explore under sail! In the heart of the Caribbean Sea, the archipelago offers the chance to enjoy sailing through splendid scenery, pleasant places to stop off and memorable activities. In this article, the Outremer team tells you what they consider to be the essential stages of a catamaran cruise in the Bahamas.

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100% manufactured in France, all Dufour’s sailing yachts are conceived, designed and produced at the company’s headquarters in La Rochelle. Producing around 400 models a year, Dufour manages its entire production line, from planning through to the end product, and including assembly and joinery.

Dufour Yachts selects only the highest quality materials and applies its unique professional expertise to guarantee sailing yachts of an unrivalled quality. The company is noted in particular for its use of painstaking methods and approaches including lamination by hand, meticulous assembly, refined joinery and detailed controls.

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French Sailing Yacht Manufacturers of the past 100 Years!

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France is certainly the most prolific and important nation in terms of sailing, especially sailboats production.

Here is a list of French sailboat manufacturers that have been active over the past 100 years, along with a brief description of each company’s history and current status:

Jeanneau –

Founded in 1957, Jeanneau is a leading sailboat manufacturer that produces a wide range of sailboats, from small day boats to large cruising yachts. The company is based in Les Herbiers, France, and is part of the larger Beneteau Group.

Beneteau –

Founded in 1884, Beneteau is one of the oldest and most well-known sailboat manufacturers in the world. The company produces a wide range of sailboats, from small day boats to large cruising yachts, and is headquartered in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie, France.

Dufour Yachts –

Founded in 1964, Dufour Yachts is a well-respected sailboat manufacturer that produces a range of sailboats, from small cruising boats to large racing yachts. The company is based in La Rochelle, France.

Fountaine Pajot –

Founded in 1976, Fountaine Pajot is a leading manufacturer of catamarans and other multi-hull sailboats. The company is based in La Rochelle, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 36 to 67 feet.

Archambault –

Founded in 1967, Archambault is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in racing yachts. The company is based in Dangé-Saint-Romain, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 20 to 43 feet.

Wauquiez –

Founded in 1965, Wauquiez is a sailboat manufacturer that produces a range of high-end cruising and racing yachts. The company is based in Neuville-en-Ferrain, France.

Bénéteau Group –

Founded in 1977, the Bénéteau Group is one of the largest sailboat manufacturers in the world, with a portfolio of brands that includes Bénéteau, Jeanneau, Lagoon, and other well-known names. The company is headquartered in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie, France.

JPK Composites –

Founded in 1989, JPK Composites is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in offshore racing yachts. The company is based in Larmor-Plage, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 10 to 45 feet.

Alubat –

Founded in 1973, Alubat is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in aluminum-hulled boats. The company is based in Les Sables-d’Olonne, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 35 to 80 feet.

RM Yachts –

Founded in 1990, RM Yachts is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in high-performance cruising yachts. The company is based in La Rochelle, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 10 to 14 meters.

Amel –

Founded in 1968, Amel is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in blue-water cruising yachts. The company is based in La Rochelle, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 50 to 74 feet.

C&C Yachts –

Founded in 1971, C&C Yachts is a sailboat manufacturer that produces high-performance racing yachts. The company is based in La Trinité-sur-Mer, France.

CNB Yachts –

Founded in 1987, CNB Yachts is a sailboat manufacturer that produces luxury cruising yachts. The company is based in Bordeaux, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 60 to 130 feet.

Dehler Yachts –

Founded in 1963, Dehler Yachts is a sailboat manufacturer that produces high-performance cruising yachts. The company is based in La Rochelle, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 29 to 46 feet.

Etap Yachting –

Founded in 1970, Etap Yachting is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in unsinkable boats. The company is based in Ostend, Belgium, but has a production facility in France.

Garcia Yachts –

Founded in 1974, Garcia Yachts is a sailboat manufacturer that produces blue-water cruising yachts. The company is based in Condé-sur-Noireau, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 45 to 115 feet.

Hanse Yachts –

Founded in 1990, Hanse Yachts is a sailboat manufacturer that produces high-performance cruising yachts. The company is based in Greifswald, Germany, but has a production facility in France.

J Boats –

Founded in 1977, J Boats is a sailboat manufacturer that produces high-performance racing yachts. The company is based in Newport, Rhode Island, but has a production facility in France.

Lagoon –

Founded in 1984, Lagoon is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in catamarans. The company is part of the larger Bénéteau Group and is based in Bordeaux, France.

Océanis –

Founded in 1985, Océanis is a sailboat manufacturer that is part of the larger Bénéteau Group. The company produces a range of cruising yachts and is based in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie, France.

Outremer Yachting –

Founded in 1984, Outremer Yachting is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in high-performance catamarans. The company is based in La Grande-Motte, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 45 to 55 feet.

Pogo Structures –

Founded in 1987, Pogo Structures is a sailboat manufacturer that produces high-performance racing yachts. The company is based in Combrit, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 30 to 50 feet.

Privilège Marine –

Founded in 1985, Privilège Marine is a sailboat manufacturer that specializes in luxury catamarans. The company is based in Les Sables-d’Olonne, France, and produces boats ranging in size from 50 to 75 feet.

Soubise Yachts –

Founded in 1987, Soubise Yachts is a sailboat manufacturer that produces high-performance racing yachts. The company is based in La Rochelle, France, and produces boats ranging

These are just a few of the many French sailboat manufacturers that have been active over the past 100 years. Each company has its own unique history, approach, and product line, and all of them have contributed to the rich and diverse world of sailing.

France is especially the land of multihulls, catamarans and trimarans.

Here is a list of French catamaran manufacturers:

  • Lagoon Catamarans
  • Fountaine Pajot
  • Nautitech Catamarans
  • Privilège Marine
  • Catana Catamarans
  • Sunreef Yachts
  • Outremer Yachting
  • Bali Catamarans
  • Leopard Catamarans (part of the larger Robertson and Caine Group, with production facilities in France)
  • Gemini Catamarans (part of the larger Performance Cruising Inc., with production facilities in France)
  • Espace Catamarans
  • Alibi Catamarans
  • Infini Catamarans
  • Corsair Marine (part of the larger Bavaria Group, with production facilities in France)
  • Astus Boats
  • McConaghy Boats (has a production facility in Cherbourg, France)
  • Catathai Catamarans
  • Nacra Sailing
  • Dream Catamarans
  • Yapluka Catamarans

Please note that some of these manufacturers may produce other types of boats in addition to catamarans.

To add more information to the above, please find more details on the most relevant catamaran yards of France.

Lagoon Catamarans –

Lagoon is one of the world’s largest catamaran manufacturers and a leader in the cruising catamaran market. Based in Bordeaux, Lagoon produces catamarans ranging in size from 40 to 78 feet.

Founded in 1976, Fountaine Pajot is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces a range of cruising catamarans. The company is based in La Rochelle and produces catamarans ranging in size from 37 to 67 feet.

Nautitech Catamarans –

Nautitech is a French catamaran manufacturer that specializes in high-performance cruising catamarans. The company is based in Rochefort and produces catamarans ranging in size from 40 to 54 feet.

Privilege Marine is a French catamaran manufacturer that specializes in luxury cruising catamarans. The company is based in Les Sables-d’Olonne and produces catamarans ranging in size from 50 to 75 feet.

Catana Catamarans –

Catana is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces high-performance cruising catamarans. The company is based in Canet-en-Roussillon and produces catamarans ranging in size from 42 to 70 feet.

Sunreef Yachts –

Sunreef is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces luxury custom catamarans. The company is based in Gdansk, Poland but has a production facility in La Rochelle, France.

Outremer is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces high-performance cruising catamarans. The company is based in La Grande-Motte and produces catamarans ranging in size from 45 to 55 feet.

Bali Catamarans –

Bali is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces innovative cruising catamarans. The company is based in Les Sables-d’Olonne and produces catamarans ranging in size from 40 to 55 feet.

Leopard Catamarans –

Leopard is a global catamaran manufacturer with production facilities in France, South Africa, and China. The company produces cruising catamarans ranging in size from 40 to 58 feet.

Gemini Catamarans –

Gemini is an American catamaran manufacturer with a production facility in France. The company produces cruising catamarans ranging in size from 34 to 105 feet.

Espace Catamarans –

Espace is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces cruising catamarans ranging in size from 37 to 58 feet. The company is based in La Rochelle.

Alibi Catamarans –

Alibi is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces high-performance cruising catamarans. The company is based in Les Sables-d’Olonne and produces catamarans ranging in size from 53 to 96 feet.

Infini Catamarans –

Infini is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces cruising catamarans ranging in size from 40 to 65 feet. The company is based in La Rochelle.

Corsair Marine –

Corsair is an American catamaran manufacturer with a production facility in France. The company produces racing and cruising catamarans ranging in size from 24 to 37 feet.

Astus Boats –

Astus is a French catamaran manufacturer that produces trimarans and catamarans ranging in size from 16 to 24 feet. The company is based in Quimper.

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510 SKY - new model for 2024

The 510 SKYDECK model combines the best features of the popular 500 FLY, offering a more sporty design and an enclosed upper deck. Check out the changes we've made for the 2024 model year.

500 FLY - new model for 2024

The award-winning Galeon 500 FLY has been significantly refreshed for the 2024 model year. Check out the new side profile design and improved functionality of this incredibly popular model

700 SKY - Silver Edition

Check out the custom extravagant exterior of the Galeon 700 SKYDECK with the silver color scheme

435 GTO - World Premiere

The 435 GTO is the next-in-line of powerful, outboard models with its sleek contours and versatile space distribution on board - check out the amazing new photos!

800 FLY - A true flagship

Amazing photo gallery of the flagship Galeon 800 FLY! Check out the interior and exterior photos of the largest yacht ever from our shipyard.

560 FLY - Cannes photos

560 FLY: balancing practicality, volume and boundary- pushing design. Exciting photos from Côte d'Azur

Galeon events

List of upcoming events

Galia motorboats

Visit the Galia motorboats website

A marketplace for used Galeon yachts

800 FLY - USA

New flagship model interior photos

Polboat Yachting

Save the date 18th-21st July, Marina Yacht Park ...

South Coast Boat Show

Join us at the 2024 South Coast show in ...

440 FLY – Yacht Style Award Winner!

Galeon 440 Fly Wins Top Honor at 2024 Yacht Style Awards

South Coast UK show

Join us at the South Coast Boat Show in the UK, 19-21 of April

Palm Beach Show 2024

Make sure to visit us at the 2024 Palm Beach boat show 21-24th of March!

The Galeon range

Choose your perfect galeon yacht from our selection of luxurious and dynamic models, sport cruiser.

Great performance with open cockpit and saloon down below

Sleek exterior with bright living area on the main deck

Functional and spacious on all three decks

A perfect combination of substance and style

Galeon company

Established in 1982, Galeon remains a privately owned company specializing in constructing luxury yacht and motorboats. With clear vision and steady growth we have reached employment of over 1 200 people working on 35 000 square meters of production and assembly halls, capable of taking on even the most ambitious projects. Every Galeon yacht is a piece of handcrafted excellence and thanks to the unparalleled attention to detail, cutting edge technology and great designs the company has become one of the premier European boat builders. We strive to become synonymous with high quality, innovative features and perfect execution of our products. Our attention to detail and willingness to improve constantly pushes us forward and with over 30 years of experience and thousands of satisfied customers from all around the world – you can be sure your next Galeon yacht will meet all your expectations.

Galeon Owners Club

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Winterizing

Exclusively for Galeon yacht owners

Professional cutting services

Galeon business partners

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Alexander Marine Australia Pty Ltd

The Boat Works Complex Waterfront Suite 2 Building A 200 Beattie Road Coomera Queensland 4209

Ph: +61 (0)7 5618 0000

[email protected]

Alexander Marine Australia & NZ

Sydney Superyacht Marina Suite A, 2 Maritime Court

Rozelle NSW 2039 Australia

Ph: +61 (0)414 249 626

+61 (0)410 304 850

[email protected]

AVENTURA BOATS

Regus Vienna Europaplatz 2/1/2 A1150 Vienna

Tel: +43 660 785 8302 Tel: +43 664 914 7229

HL SCHIFSTECHNIK (Lake of Constance only)

Wassersportzentrum 9 88079 Kressbronn

Tel:+ 49 7543 5588 Fax:+ 49 7543 5602

[email protected] www.hl-schiffstechnik.de

Vordermayrbergstraße 33 A4030 LINZ

www.aventuraboats.eu

[email protected]

[email protected]

Tel: +43 699 1777 2668

Tel: +43 660 785 8302

Rohr 1 6973 Fußach

KLOP WATERSPORT

Rivierdijk 34 3372 BG Hardinxveld-Giessendam

Tel:+ 31 184 612227

[email protected] www.galeon.nl

Freedom Marine

SIDNEY AT PORT SIDNEY MARINA

9835 Seaport Pl, Unit 1D

Sidney BC, V8L 4X3

+1.250.940.9060

[email protected]

www.boatingfreedom.com

VANCOUVER SEAWALL AT COAL HARBOUR MARINA

510 Nicola Street #100

Vancouver BC, V6G 3J7

+1.604.609.0985

50, 62ième avenue Île-aux-Noix, J0J 1G0

Tel: +1 514 282 8484

Email:  [email protected]

OMNIA MARINE

Shenzhen City

+86-755-83842660

[email protected]

http://www.omnia-yachts.com/

ATAL NAUTICA

MARINA PUNAT

51521 Punat

+385 91 547 0206

+385 51 395 222

www.atal.si

[email protected]

Zeleni Trg 1

+421 949 626 307

+420 723 718 004

+385 91 911 0130

[email protected]

MARINA MURTER

Put gradine 1

22243 Murter

+385 91 911 1130

Extravagant Yachts

20 Av. Aggelou Metaxa 

16674 Glyfada

Athens, Greece

T: +30 6945708572

[email protected]

[email protected]

AVENTURA Boats

Bohdalecká 1576/23c

10100, Prague

Tel: +420 723 718 004 Tel: +421 949 626 307

www.aventuraboats.cz

Bluebay Marine A/S

Kejlstrupvej 241

8600 Silkeborg

Tel: +45 86822222

[email protected]

www.bluebay-marine.com

Zenith for Imports and Exports

Tel: +2 012 2214 2207

[email protected]

www.zenithmarine.net

Paseco General Escalon #4715, 2a planta Local #1,

San Salvador, El Salvador

Jorge Saca Bahia

t. (503) 7 886 32 75

[email protected]

FLUGGER MARINE OÜ

Kalevi Jahtklubi Pirita 11911 TALLINN Eesti Tel.:+372 522 8814

+372 510 2549

[email protected]

GN Boats Oy

Address: Gneissikaari 5 A

01150 SÖDERKULLA

mobile: +358 40 509 2995

[email protected]

FRENCH BOAT MARKET

GENERAL IMPORTER Port de la Rague 06 210 Mandelieu La Napoule

Tel + 33 493 49 08 58 Fax +33 493 49 63 30

www.frenchboatmarket.com

Port de la Napoule 06210 Mandelieu La Napoule

04.93.47.73.68

[email protected]

Rio et Fils

Z.A.Le Gourbenet 83420 La Croix Valmer

04.94.44.21.21

[email protected]

Dorée Marine

Port de la Pointe Rouge 13008 Marseille

04.91.73.08.55

[email protected]

Bateaux de Clémence

2 bis quai de la Trireme 34300 Agde

04.67.09.40.16

[email protected]

ARMOR NAUTIC

1 Rue François Toullec 56100 Lorient

02.97.37.06.88

[email protected]

OMV Golfe de Saint Tropez

319 Route des Blaquières 83310 Grimaud

Tel: 04.94.55.53.33

[email protected]

2235 Avenue de l’aéroport 83400 Hyères

Tel: 04.94.01.34.24

[email protected]

Experience Yachting

ZT 1 Route des Marines 30240 Port Camargue

Tel: 04.66.88.58.11

[email protected]

Armor Nautic

6 Allée Georges Lacombe Zone du Guélen 29000 Quimper

Tel: 02.98.66.23.22

[email protected]

ARGO YACHTING

Büro Ostsee, Ancora Marina,

An der Wiek 7 – 15,

23730 Neustadt in Holstein,

SEGEL-AUTO-BOOTE

Geschäftsführer Ralf Segel Rudolstädter Straße 13 07422 Bad Blankenburg

Tel:+49 36741-72040 Fax: +49 36741-72041

[email protected] www.segel-auto-boote.de

HW BOOTSCENTER

Mittelwendung 39 28844 Weyhe-Dreye

Tel:+ 49 4203 3548 Fax+ 49 4203 5172

[email protected] www.hw-bootscenter.de

BOOTCENTER KONSTANZ

Reichenaustr. 45 78467 Konstanz

Tel+ 49 7531 89330 Fax+ 49 7531 893322

[email protected] www.bootcenter.com

HL SCHIFSTECHNIK

Aggelou Metaxa 20

Glyfada 16674

  [email protected]

20 Calle 16-00, Zona 10 esquina,

Guatemala, Guatemala 01010.

Roland Morel

t. (502) 2 498 80 00

[email protected]

Jean Paul Morel

[email protected]

Armando Morel

[email protected]

29 Calle, 10 Avenida S.O., Bo. La Guardia,

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Claudio Fernandez Sera

t. (505) 8 244 91 50

[email protected]

Geovani Chain

t. (504) 9 995 84 15

[email protected]

Asia Marine Yacht Services Ltd

UNIT 8, G/F, ABERDEEN MARINA TOWER 8 SHUM WAN ROAD ABERDEEN, HONG KONG

[email protected] www.asiamarine.com

Tel: +852 2677 7791 Tel: +852 9763 9100

N.L.S. Yachting Group Kft.

Győrújbarát

Veres P. str.10.

+36309785928

[email protected]

www.yachtinggroup.hu

Asia Marine Yacht Services Ltd.

[email protected]

www.asiamarine.com

Tel: +852 2677 7791

Tel: +852 9763 9100

Ambil-Yam LTD

9 Yad Harutzim St. Poleg Industrial area, Netania

Tel: +972-9-8358088 Tel: +972-50-5210510

[email protected]

www.ambil-yam.co.il

Fortune srl

Porto Turistico box 49 – 16033 Lavagna (GE) Italy

Mob. +39 335 304097

Mob +39 335 323646

www.fortunelavagna.com

[email protected]

Slow Boat Co., Ltd

598-1 minamityoda.hiratsuka.kanagawa 254-0084

tel: +81 463 67 8849 mob +81 90 2495 3209

[email protected]

www.slowboat-shonan.com

Royal Marine Ltd

Block 8 Tala Bay Marina

Aqaba – Jordan

Tel +962 3 206 1556

Email: [email protected]

www.royalmarineint.com

Eurasia Motors

Almaty, Utegen Batyr st, 11a

tel: +77017891437

[email protected]

SEA PROS YACHTS

King’s Road Tower – Ground Floor King’s Road

Mobile: +966 541 820 636 Tel: +966 2 6068783

[email protected] www.seapros.com

Seas & Deserts

Al Ameeri Group Building Al Rai, Street 20 Kuwait City

Tel : +965 1822288

Cell :+965 96015666

[email protected]

[email protected]

SAILING PLUS sarl

104 , ground floor , ABI AKL Bldg

Casino stree, Jounieh

Tel.: +96 13861361

[email protected]

www.sailingplusmegayachts.com

Hobio Centras UAB „Serenika“

Dubysos str. 25A, Klaipėda, LT-91181, Lithuania

+37061043223

www.hobiocentras.lt

Famalco Group

Pitkali Road, Attard ATD2214 Malta, Europe

Tel: (+356) 2339 2339

[email protected]

www.famalco.net

Camino Al Mare

Av Tulum 232 – B8 Manzana 12 SM 4 Cancún, Centro 77500

Tel: +52 9988 92 8679

Email:  [email protected]

Homero 342 piso 4 Col, Polanco Miguel Hidalgo 11560 Ciudad de México

ATAL NAUTIKA

Prvomajska 4 85310 Budva, Mne

Tel: +381 63 271 888

MAXIMA NAUTIQUE

GENERAL IMPORTER

14 Rue Salonique

Casablanca, Morocco

Tel: +212 520 621 151

Tel: +212 661 157 758

www.maximanautique.com

[email protected]

Camino de Oriente,

Managua, Nicaragua

Mauricio Solorzano P.

t. (505) 8 723 11 00

[email protected]

Nordic Clean AS

Skibåsen 28

4636 Kristiansand

Tlf: 99 33 46 64

Mail: [email protected]

Citadel West

P.O. Box: 234 Postal Code 114, Hay Al Mina

Tel: +968 24657145 Fax: +968 24567481

[email protected] www.citadelwest.com

Calle 50 Edificio Rita Angelica,

San Francisco, Panama, Panama.

Edwin Faberga M.

t. (507) 6 070 20 10

[email protected]

Starogardzka 22 83010 Straszyn

Tel+ 48 58 692 69 00 Fax+ 48 58 690 69 02

[email protected] www.galeon.pl

Centrum motorowodne

Mazurska 98

11-513 Rydzewo

Tel: +48 507187390

[email protected]

www.centrumnautica.pl

Pietrzak Yachts Sp. z o.o.

ul. Bocheńskiego 109

40-816 Katowice

Błażej Pluta

General Manager

Tel:  +48 503 133 300

E-mail:  [email protected]

Argo Yachting

Tel:+44 1489 885656

[email protected]

SAILING PLUS MEGAYACHTS LLC

21 st floor , doha tower

Westbay, Doha, Qatar.

(+974) 70729734

ATAL NAUTIKA d.o.o.

Generala Milutina Vlajica 6 Beograd 11000

Tel: +381 63 271 888 Tel: +381 69 552 0125

AVENTURA Lifestyle s.r.o.

Bajkalská 29/C 82101, Bratislava Tel: +421 949 626 307 Tel: +420 723 718 004

www.aventuraboats.sk [email protected]

Atal Nautika d.o.o.

Bukovžlak 65 d 3000 Celije

Tel: + 386 3 492 40 00 Mob: + 386 51 395 222 Mob: + 386 31 646 420

[email protected] www.atal.si

Gin-A Co. Ltd.

Suite 708 Dongbu Root Bldg. Bundang-gu Hwangseul-ro 200-gil 36 Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do 13595

Tel: +82 31-711-9681

[email protected]

Argo Yachting -Botafoch Ibiza

Marina Botafoc, 07800,

Ibiza, Balearic Islands

Argo Yachting - Cala D'Or

Port Petit 320,

ES – 07660,

Cala D’Or, Mallorca, Spain

Argo Yachting - Peurto Portals

Torre de Capitanía s/n,

Edificio C5 Locales 103-104,

Portals Nous (Calvià)

Argo Yachting - Port Adriano

Urbanizacion El Toro s/n,

Calvia 07180,

Mallorca, Spain

Yates Mallorca

Club de Mar 07015 Palma de Mallorca

Tel: +34 971 70 77 74 Mob: +34 607 607 536 Fax: +34 971 70 29 53

[email protected] www.yates-mallorca.com

DON MARINO BOATS General Importer

Puerto Deportivo De Estepona 29680 Estepona-Malaga

Tel: +34 952803800 Fax:+34 952791784

[email protected] www.donmarinoboats.es

Marenostrum Yachts

http://www.mnyachts.com/

[email protected]

+34 629 537 172

Club Náutico Port Balis – Local n°13

Sant Andreu de Llavaneres

08392 Barcelona

Port Ginesta – Local n°810

Castelldefels

08860 Barcelona

Yates y Cosas

https://www.yatesycosas.com/

[email protected]

+34 942 369 151

Polígono industrial de Raos 11E

39600 Camargo (Cantabria)

Nautica Paco

https://www.nauticapaco.es/

[email protected]

+34 986720268

+34 986723384

Náutica Paco

Avda. de León, 25 – 36960 Sanxenxo (Pontevedra)

Náutica Paco Puerto

Puerto deportivo Juan Carlos I – 36960 Sanxenxo (Pontevedra)

Nautica AZA

Avenida de la Pista, 14 E46470 Massanassa 

Tel: +34 963 240 099

[email protected]

https://www.nautica-aza.com

PS Marin AB (East and north of Sweden)

General Importer

Långvretsvägen 14 S-163 46 SPÅNGA

Tel: +46-8-369460 Tel +46-703-369460

[email protected] www.psmarin.se

BoatShop.se (South of Sweden)

Humlaviksvägen 16 S-372 97 Ronneby

Tel: +46-708-202698

[email protected] www.boatshop.se

HERZOG MARINECENTER

CH-6053 Alpnachstad

Tel+ 41 416729191 Fax+ 41 416729198

[email protected] www.herzog-marinecenter.ch

Asia Marine Ltd.

20/35 Moo 2, Thepkasattri Rd., T. Kohkeaw, Muang District Phuket 83000 Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 76 239 111 Fax: + 66 (0) 76 238 974

[email protected] www.asiamarine.com/thailand

DENIZ YATÇILIK

TEPECIK YOLU  82 34337 ISTANBUL

Tel+90 212 352 659596 Fax+90 212 352 6603

[email protected] www.denizyatcilik.com

PRIVATE ENTERPRISE TRIO

Khmelnetskogo,32 01030 Kiev

Tel: +380675045706 Tel: +380445682590

[email protected] www.galeonboats.com.ua

Royal Yachting Middle East Boat Trading LLC.

Suite 814, The Onyx Tower 2,

The Greens,  SH’ Zayed Road, Dubai, UAE.

PO Box, 283741 Dubai

+971 (0) 43996399 +971 (0) 504674113 (Mr. Hussain)

[email protected] www.royalyachting.ae

Unit 1 The Saltings Swanwick Marina Bridge Road Swanwick Southampton SO31 1FA

Turnchapel Wharf, Barton Road,

Turnchapel, Plymouth, PL9 9RQ

Unit 1, Alexandra Wharf,

1 Maritime Walk,

Ocean Village,

Southampton SO14 3QR

18025 U.S. 19 North, Clearwater, Florida 33764

Tel: 727-536-2628

[email protected] www.marinemax.com

1601 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, Florida 34236

Tel: 941-388-4411

14030 McGregor Blvd, Fort Myers, Florida 33919

Tel:  239-481-8200

1146 6th Avenue South, Naples, Florida 34102

Tel:  239-262-1000

2370 SW Palm City Road, Stuart, Florida 34994

Tel:   772-287-4495

700 South Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, Florida 33062

Tel:  954-783-9555

700 N.E. 79th Street, Miami, Florida 33138

Tel: 305-758-5786

2 Fishing Village Drive, Key Largo, Florida 33037

Tel:  305-367-3969

3605 Thomas Drive, Panama City, Florida 32408

Tel:  850-708-1317

84 W. Airport Blvd., Pensacola, Florida 32503

Tel:  850-477-1112

3001 NASA Parkway, Seabrook, Texas 77586

Tel:  281-326-4224

1490 N Stemmons FWY, Lewisville, Texas 75067-2505

Tel:  972-436-9979

1860 Bald Ridge Marina Road, Cumming, Georgia 30041

Tel:  770-781-9370

1991 N.E. Catawba Road, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452

Tel:  419-797-4492

3070 Bagnell Dam Blvd., Lake Ozark, Missouri 65049

Tel:  573-365-5382

451107 E. 320 Road, Afton, Oklahoma 74331

Tel:  918-782-3277

200 Fifth Avenue South, Bayport, Minnesota 55003

Tel:  651-351-9621

Galeon Yachts, North America

2600 McCormick Drive Suite 200 Clearwater, FL 33759

[email protected] (888) 705-7835

1500 Riverside, Brick, New Jersey 08724

Tel:  732-840-2100

600 Bay Avenue, Somers Point, New Jersey 08244

Tel:  609-926-0600

1800 S. Clinton Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21224

Tel:  410-732-1260

106 Wells Cove Road, Grasonville, Maryland 21638

Tel:  410-827-7371

130 Short Street, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina 28480

Tel:  910-256-8100

1 Masthead Dr, Warwick, Rhode Island 02886

Tel:  401-886-7899

846 S. Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, New York 11757

Tel:  631-957-5900

130 Water Street, Norwalk, CT 06854

Tel:  203-831-6311

MarineMax Russo

10 Hutchinson Drive Danvers, MA 01923

Tel: 781-395-0050

Sales Contact: Larry Russo Jr.

335 Lincoln Street Hingham, MA 02043

Tel: 781-875-3619

MarineMax Palm Beach at PGA Marina

2361 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 TEL: 561 494-7267

10 Bowen’s Wharf Newport, RI 02840

Tel:  401-782-9100

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/newport

300 Alton Rd Suite 206 Miami Beach, FL 33139

Tel:  305-921-0002

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/miamibeach

Highport Marina 120 Texoma Harbor Dr. Pottosboro, TX 75076

Tel:  972-529-0011

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/laketexoma

7090 Placida Rd. Placida, FL 33946

Tel:  941-485-3388

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/capehaze

Pier 66 Marina 1301 SE 17th St. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316

Tel:  954-779-1905

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/pier66

337 Pier One Road Stevensville, Maryland 21666

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/baybridge

130 Short Street Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/wrightsvillebeach

611 Rock Lane Branson, Missouri 65616

Tel: (417) 725-0220

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/branson

5800 Lanier Islands Parkway Buford, Georgia 30518

Tel: (770) 614-6968

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/buford

33 West St. Monmouth Beach, New Jersey 07750

Tel: (732) 874-7196

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/channelclub

MarineMax Hall Marine

142 Sportsman Island Drive Charleston, South Carolina 29492

Tel: (843) 747-1889

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/charleston

1410 King Street Cocoa, Florida 32922

Tel: (321) 636-3142

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/cocoa

7459 Broad River Road Irmo, South Carolina 29063

Tel: (803) 732-1104

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/columbia

750 Montauk Highway Copiague, New York 11726

Tel: (631) 842-5900

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/copiague

141 Minnetonka Blvd Excelsior, Minnesota 55331

Tel: (952) 346-4857

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/excelsior

14 Burty Road Greenville, South Carolina 29605

Tel: (864) 236-9005

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/greenville

3829 Gulf Shores Parkway Gulf Shores, Alabama 36542

Tel: (251) 981-1113

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/gulfshores

155 West Shore Road Huntington, New York 11743

Tel: (631) 424-2710

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/huntington

2079 Beach Blvd. Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250

Tel: (904) 338-9970

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/jacksonville

134 Espanong Rd. Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey 07849

Tel: (973) 663-2045

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/lakehopatcong

9209 Westmoreland Road Cornelius, North Carolina 28031

Tel: (704) 892-9676

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/lakenorman

310 Blucher Circle Lake Wylie, South Carolina 29710

Tel: (803) 831-2101

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/lakewylie

750 South Federal Highway Pompano Beach, Florida 33062

Tel: (954) 618-0440

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/yachtcenter

Chelsea Piers New York City, New York 10011

Tel: (212) 336-7873

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/manhattan

455 S. Lake Destiny Rd Orlando, Florida 32810

Tel: (407) 660-2628

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/orlando

4543 Osage Beach Parkway Osage Beach, Missouri 65065

Tel: (573) 348-1299

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/osagebeach

20300 County Rd 81 Rogers, Minnesota 55374

Tel: (763) 428-4126

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/rogers

3518 Old Tybee Road Thunderbolt, Georgia 31410

Tel: (912) 897-9881

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/savannah

214 West 9th St. Ship Bottom, New Jersey 08008

Tel: (609) 494-2102

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/shipbottom

6810 Gulfport Boulevard St Petersburg, Florida 33707

Tel: (727) 343-6520

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/stpetersburg

1485 S. Tamiami Trail Venice, Florida 34285

Tel: (941) 485-3388

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/venice

627 Boston Post Road Westbrook, Connecticut 06498

Tel: (860) 399-5581

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/westbrook

2602 Shore Road (Route 9) Ocean View, New Jersey 08230

Tel: (609) 624-1117

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/oceanview

1481 E. Hill Park Rd. Lewisville, Texas 75056

Tel: (469) 293-9095

[email protected] www.marinemax.com/dallasyachtcenter

6810 Gulfport Blvd

St. Petersburg FL 33707

Tel: 727-343-6520

1410 King Street Cocoa FL 32922

Tel: 321-636-3142

455 S. Lake Destiny Rd Orlando, FL 32810

Tel: 407-660-2628

2079 Beach Blvd

Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

Tel: 904-338-9970

14 Miracle Strip Parkway SW

Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548

Tel: 850-760-0300

1481 E. Hill Park Rd. Lewisville, TX 75056

Tel: 469-293-9095

Highpoint Marina 120 Texoma Harbor Dr. Pottosboro, TX 75076

Tel: 972-529-0011

4543 Osage Beach Parkway

Osage Beach, MO 65065

Tel: 573-348-1299

141 Minnetonka Blvd Excelsior MN 55331

Tel: 952-346-4857

20300 County Road 81 P.O. Box 250

Rogers, MN 55374

Tel: 763-428-4126

12849 Gordon Blvd. Woodbridge, VA 22192

Tel: 631-424-2710

155 West Shore Road

Huntington NY 11743

Tel: 631-424-2710

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Wakefield RI 02879

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The history of the boat industry in France is long and varied. Boats have been produced in France since the Middle Ages, but the industry has not always been structured. For many years, France have colonies in the whole world and boat-building companies have been in constant growth. The industry has gradually developed over time into a more international sector. In 2017, there were 20 major manufacturers produce boats for sale in France that employ around 20,000 people.

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The history of French boat building can be traced back to the 16th century when France started to colonize the world and its colonies had an abundance of natural resources such as wood. Sailors would build their own boats before leaving on journeys at sea. The development of the shipbuilding industry meant that the naval units had better and better nautical properties. The experience of European sailors was a flywheel for designing more and more hulls.

French boat manufacturers are well known for their quality and design. Beneteau and Jeanneau are two of the most popular French boat manufacturers. These companies were founded by sailors who wanted to create boats for sale that were attractive to sailors in France as well as travelers who wanted to discover new parts of the world. The boat builders designs boats for fishing, cruising, sailing, and powerboats.

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Henri Jeanneau is a French boat designer, who specializes in monohulls, catamarans, and multihulls. He has been designing boats since the 1957s. In 1980 he founded his company Henri Jeanneau Design to manufacture custom-built powerboats for clients from around the world. In 2001 Ostroda Yachts of Poland began the production of offshore yachts slipway capable of accommodating.

Henri Jeanneau is best known for his Lagoon catamarans and multihulls. He specializes in the production of boats and provides boat design and construction services to customers in the marine industry. Jeanneau built his first boat which he sold for a profit of 100%. The unusual success pushed the then young designer to further work on his boats for sale France.

In 1884, an engineer named Benjamin Beneteau launched a boatbuilding company to produce sailboats and powerboats for French fishing fleets. Building on this initial success, Beneteau expanded its range of products to include yachts for private use as well as larger boats for public services such as fishing and tourism.

The French marine industry is one of the leading industries in France. The marine industry is composed of boat builders, shipyards, and marinas.

How boating looks like in France? Is it popular to have a boat in Paris?

France is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with its own culture and traditions that make it one of the best places to visit in Europe for a summer vacation, winter ski trip or any other time during the year when you want to get away from it all for a while without leaving Europe.

The rivers and canals are perfect for boating and water sports, so if you are looking to take your family on an exciting adventure or just want to spend some time on the water, France is an excellent choice for you! Boating is one of the most popular pastimes in France. With its many rivers, canals and lakes, boating is a great way to relax and spend time with family.

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Boating in France is a characteristic part of the culture. The country has been boating since the late 1800s when it was invented as a leisure activity. Today, there are over 400 boat clubs that cater to all levels of boaters from beginners to experts. There are also several hundred kilometers of canal with a thriving waterway system where people can enjoy exploring on their boats.

Boat tours in France are also available on the water if you want to see some of this country’s beautiful landscape from the surface. If you enjoy being on the water, boat tours are a perfect way to spend your day. Ticket prices depend on what type of tour you decide to take, but they tend to be more affordable than their air-bound counterparts.

The following guide will give you information about what kind of boat to rent in France, what equipment you’ll need for your trip, and where you can find it. You’ll find that there are many options to choose from when it comes to boat rental – the type of boat itself ranges from traditional rowboats, sailboats, motorboats, catamarans just to name a few. Beyond the boat itself, it’s important to note that the boat’s equipment is also a major consideration for many people.

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Boats are a symbol of luxury and the French are very proud of their boat design. Most of the boats in France are made in Poland and France as well.

The south coast is known for its diverse waterways. Here you can find everything from speedboats to sailing yachts, catamarans, power boats, and houseboats alike. The north coast has some beautiful places to explore too, with its restaurants and fishing ports.

The boat show in Cannes has been held since 1950. The show is a great opportunity to get the latest on the French boats.

Jeanneau and Beneteau are two of the most popular brands in France. They build powerboats, sailboats, and catamarans with Yamaha and Suzuki engines. There is a large selection of boats for sale in France, but prices can vary depending on the size of boat and engine type.

Boat rental in France: where to find a good company?

Many seaside companies offer boat rental services. They have a wide range of boats for rent, from powerboats to catamarans. Some cities have significantly higher boat charter prices. This is probably due to the attractiveness of these places. Nevertheless, for people who appreciate silence, there are places with much better boats of the same class. This is especially true of the center of France.

These are just some of the things that you should know when you are out shopping for used boats in France. We will also be discussing what payment terms are available for this kind of purchase.

Parcs Nautiques de Paris is located in Paris, France and they offer boat rental services. Customers can choose from a variety of boats, including powerboats and sailboats. They have an on-site service center that provides boat maintenance and repairs to ensure the best possible customer service. Their prices start at €150 per day depending on the type of boat chosen by the customer.

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The French navy has seized 2.4 tons of cocaine from a Venezuelan fishing boat in the Atlantic, authorities said Monday.

Acting on a tip from the customs department, a helicopter from the surveillance frigate Ventose landed a team on the fishing boat about 1,500 kilometers northeast of the Caribbean island of Martinique, France's Caribbean Armed Services department said.  

The boat, the crew and the cocaine were handed over to Venezuelan authorities, the department said in a Facebook post.

The incident marked yet another large seizure of cocaine in the same waters this month. On May 2 and May 9, authorities said the Ventôse and the patrol vessel La Résolue  seized 2,466 kilograms of cocaine  in the Atlantic, off the coast of the Antilles. The French navy posted images of the seizure.

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The military department said it had now seized more than 12 tons of narcotics this year. The Caribbean is taking on growing importance in the trafficking of cocaine from South America to Europe and North America.

The 22.7 tons of cocaine intercepted in the region in 2022 was more than five times the figure of a decade earlier.

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International drug traffickers routinely use different kinds of boats to move narcotics. Earlier this month, Italian police announced the seizure of a remote-controlled submarine  likely intended to transport drugs as part of an international drug trafficking network.

Much larger  semi-submersibles , which cannot go fully underwater, are popular among international drug traffickers as they can often elude detection by authorities. The so-called "narco-subs" are sometimes seized in Colombian waters while heading to the United States, Central America and Europe.  

Colombia produces about 60% of the cocaine found in the world. 

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A supernatural suspense drama from Vânia Lima at Salvador’s Têm Demdê Productions, behind Ruy Guerra’s “Time, Knifed,” presented at Ventana Sur. A bus transporting five people who are inter-connected mysteriously changes its route a few hours before midnight on New Year’s Eve.  

“Gold War,”  (Agitprop, Bulgaria)

Created by Teodora Markova, head writer on “Undercover,” selected for the 2012 Monte-Carlo TV Festival and creator of 2019 mini “Father’s Day,” as well as Georgi Ivanov and Nevena Kertova. A drama unfolding against the background of the U.S: boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Produced by Agiptprop, behind 2018’s Berlin Golden Bear winner “Touch Me Not.”

“El Hijo del Consul,”  (Mar.Franco Productions, Colombia)

Sourced from BAM Bogotá, a true crime suspense drama created by Fernando López Cardona (“Memento Mori”). The six-part series turns on Gonzalo Carreño, a Bogota aristocrat, accused of murder and behind extortions, attempted heists and an aircraft’s hijacking in May 1988. Presented at Sanfic, Iberseries & Platino Industria and MipCancun.

“Little Red Fox,”   (Chakalaka Films, France, Lieblings Films, Germany)

“New Hunting Tales,”  (“Novas Narrativas,” Galo Bravo, Many Takes, Portugal)

Produced by Galo Bravo, behind life-in-lockdown doc “Um Mundo en pausa,” and Many Takes, an episodic seven-part series turning of the pursuit of a sense of identity and belonging by differing people of African descent in Portugal. Tales range from drama to comedy, romance and even sci-fi.

“Playing With Scissors,”  (Lithuania)

Brought to Conecta Fiction by NEM Zagreb, a dramedy in which three senior citizens, using their supposed respectability as a cover, to turn a garage into a gene-editing lab. Written by Domante Urmonaite and Martynas Mendelis, co-writers on “Troll Farm,” at the 2023 Berlinale Market Selects. 

“The Pulse of Water,”  (“El pulso del agua,” Nadie Es Perfecto, Lola Cinema, Spain)

From genre director Alberto Evangelio, behind 2021 Sitges title “The Visitor,” and Ana Piles, a social-issue drama thriller, sparked when Ana returns to her home town in L’Albufera, to take care of her father, a fisherman, but isn’t allowed to follow his trade.   

“Out of Service,”  (“Kele 400,” Ananey Studios, Israel)

A youth dramedy from Paramount-owned Tel Acv-based pay TV operator and producer Ananey, maintaining the same audience target of its flagship title, “Greenhouse Academy,” which ran for four season on Netflix. Created by Omer Goldman, a director on Ananey’s “Sky” Season 2. Here a conscientious objector has to abandon her pacifist instincts when she becomes the most hated convict in a military prison.  

“Past Waters,”  (“Aguas Passadas,” Caracol Studios, Portugal)  

A Lisbon Noir, as a sub-commissioner, working in a rain-drenched capitol, races against the clock to solve two brutal teen murders. Created by popular novelist-screenwriter João Tordo, a scribe on Netflix’s “Turn of the Tide,” adapting his own novel, and directed by Bruno Gascon and co-produced by TV On Producciones.

“Red City,”  (First Love, France, Yes Studios, Israel)

From François Uzan, who created “Lupin” with George Kay, and actor-writer Ofer Seker (“Raising Hitler”), a resonant political thriller come Western unspooling in Israel in 1957. As the nine-year-old country battles Palestinian and Syrian fedayeen attacks,  a young cop, Elisheva is assigned her first murder, in the far south and a hotbed of exiled criminals.  

“Save Us From the Fires of Hell,”  (“Líbranos de los Fuego del Infierno,” Equeco, Chile)

“The Sleeping Cell,”  (SPi, Portugal)

Set up at SPi, behind Portugal’s first Netflix original series “Gloria,” plus “Codex 632,” with Globoplay and RTP, and “Vanda,” with La Panda and Legendary. Bestselling espionage novelist Nuno Nepomuceno and Miguel Simal, a writer on “Dry Water” and “Glória,” a professor and writer battle an International conspiracy responsible for a terrorist attack in Lisbon.  

High End Series

“4 Words For Love,”  (Helion Pictures, Boat Rocker Studios, U.K. )

From Richard Hurst, a writer on “Miranda” and “Bluestone 42,” and Steven Bawol co-creator of cop series “Section de Recherches” and an executive producer on Canal +’s “Borgia.” A dramedy, affable Irish widower Brendan rents out his Paris apartment, trying to solve his clients’ love problems. Luckily, his teen French daughter is there to save the day. 

“The Angolan Clan,”  (Telnet Screen Productions, U.K.)

Brendan Foley, series writer on “Cold Courage” and Shelly Goldstein, its story editor, weigh in with what is billed as an inheritance thriller. Jenny and Spanish-Angolan born housekeeper Leticia receive an inheritance from Jenny’s father-in-law. But it’s blood money and others want a cut. 

“Bad Decisions,”  (“Malas Decisiones,” La Maldita, Spain)

Created by Pablo Ferreira, development director, and Lucas Mirvois, CEO of La Maldita, a Madrid and Buenos Aires production house, the series version of the same-titled podcast featuring Anna Castillo (“Nowhere”); Luis Tosar (“Maixabel”) and Chino Darin (“The Kingdom”). Surfing online one night, a girl discovers Interpol’s issued a warrant for her arrest. She goes on the run. 

“The Summer of Dead Toys,”  (Corte y Confección, Spain)  

Produced by Corte y Confección, which backed Canneseries winner “Perfect Life” and “The Invisible Line.” Set in 2022 Barcelona, Inspector Salgado – short-fused, violent, macho – and agent Leire Castro – rational, feminist, sometimes naive – investigate a high-society death, which may be related to that of a girl 17 years earlier.

“Unabomber – Ticking Fear,”  (Salice, Wild Sheep Content, Redstring, Italy)

Backed by former Netflix international chief Erik Barmack, via his Wild Sheep Content, with a great record for placing projects at streamers.  A thriller largely produced from Italy, it turns on Alessia, an explosives expert, attempts to track down Unabomber, obsessed with revenge after one of face burns. Created by Leonardo Valenti (“La voce che hai dentro”), Chora Zago and Daniele Morelli.

“Unclean,”  (Vertice 360, Born Wild, Spain)

“Caso Couso,”  (Recrea Films, Spain)

A Spanish family’s battle against the U.S. government for justice and truth regarding the death of Spanish cameraman José Couso, killed by U.S. fire directed at Baghdad’s Palestine Hotel, housing all foreign journalists, to eliminate an Iraqi observer. A project from La Coruña-based Recrea Films. 

“Gilberta, Life and Death of a Trans Woman,”  (Volf Entertainment, Ultravioleta, Brazil, Portugal)

A four-episode true crime tale about the torture and murder in 2006 of Gilberta Salce by 14 adolescents in Oporto, who were protected from prosecution by Portugal’s Catholic Church. From Volf Entertainment, backed by investment company Lisbon Ventures, and headed by Lionel Vieira, jointly behind RTP prestige series “The Crime of Father Amaro.”

“Hijacked Life,”  (Uzgrobtas Gyvenimas,” MB Laukite Tesinio, Cinema Cartel, Lithuania, U.S.)

The story of an adolescent Soviet hijacker who was convicted of murdering his own father in the U.S, the four-part crime series documents a full circle journey for Algirdas Brazinskas, towards his search for redemption. Scriptwriter Andrius Lekavicius crafts this tale full of brutality, fear and self-reflection. Produced by Lithuania’s MB Laukite Tesinio alongside U.S.-based Cinema Cartel.

“How To Stop A War,”  (Kennedy Films, Spring Films Ireland, Philippines)

Social justice doc meets darkly comedic take on the real-time strife of activists crossing the country to halt a war.

Frank Fenton created the series which includes a distinctive cast of characters as they embark on a politically-charged journey, their personal struggles on display. Produced by Ireland’s Kennedy Films (“My Name Is Emily”) alongside Philippine outfit, Spring Films.

“I Didn’t Kill Borsellino,”  (Salice Production, Loft Production, Italy, Canada)

A potentially riveting Italian crime drama that shines a light on carceral injustice. The series follows Tanino, accused of assassinating an anti-mafia judge. 18 years in prison and lawyers unraveled his conviction, revealing a momentous coverup. Simone Manetti, Dina Lauricella, Matteo Billi script the four-episode journey produced by Italy’s Salice Production and Canada’s Loft Production.

“The Foodie and The Fussy,”  (“Antojados,” Ed Antoja, Javi Antoja, La Diferencia)

A comedic, character-based culinary road trip around Spain. Fine cuisine enthusiast Javi Antoja and his picky eater cousin Ed explore avant-garde restaurants, meeting renowned, and adventurous, chefs like Fina Puigdevall and Paco Morales. Directed by Ed Antoja and Salva Llobet. Produced by La Diferencia in association with Montagud Editores.

“Hairdressers of the World, The Path of Creativity,”  (601 Producciones Audiovisuales, Spain)

“New Nomads,”  (“Nuevos Nómadas” Sergio Oliveros Vega)

A social issue-tinged documentary series exploring the modern nomadic lifestyle through personal storytelling and cultural exploration. In advanced development, aiming for Q4 2025 release. Created by Sergio Oliveros Vega, a freelance producer from Colombia based in Spain.

“The Santa Course,”  (iZen, Spain)

In this quiz and game show created by Eric Marodon, Arantza Sánchez and Manuel Feijóo, contestants will be challenged to the ultimate obstacle course in a bid to replace Jolly ol’ Saint Nick. A Christmas competition for the whole family, the seven-part series is produced by Spain’s iZen, the Newen Studios offshoot behind Prime Video’s “El Cid,” and “Memento Mori.”

“Stand-Up Therapy,”  (Noelia Bodas, Charlie Arnaiz, Alberto Ortega, Dadá Films and Entertainment)

A comedy-driven therapeutic series. A person facing adversity has one week to write and perform a monologue about their struggles, aided by a comedian and a team of writers. From Dadá Films and Entertainment, Spain. Created by Noelia Bodas, produced by Charlie Arnaiz and Alberto Ortega.

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