Privilege 465 – Boat Review

By David Lockwood Haute couture and savoir faire are hallmarks of the Privilege 465. David Lockwood says the new chic French catamarans are changing the mind-set of the traditional monohull sailor. The French approach the sport of sailing like they do the game of rugby. Rather than run with the pack, they play a creative game. This sense of adventure and derring-do explains why the French have stuck by ocean-going catamarans when other seafaring nations have condemned them as flippant designs. The affair also explains why The Race, the no-holds-barred sailing sprint around the world beginning in 2001, was invented by the French. Not surprisingly, immense catamarans made of exotic materials are the chosen boat for winning The Race. To read complete story – click here for Privilege 465 – Boat Review on Boat Point website

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