The Outremer 52 is the third collaboration between yacht-builders Outremer and VPLP Design. It has all the brand’s usual features and includes the latest developments from the 55, such as the adjustable helm, the view forward through the saloon, and the helm seat designed for two people.
Designed to transport parts of the Ariane 6 rocket from European ports to French Guiana, the cargo ship Canopée is scheduled for launch in late 2022. She will be 121 m long and powered by four 363 m² wingsails set on 36 m masts.
Malizia-Sea-Explorer, Boris Hermann’s new IMOCA, was designed for both the 2023 Ocean Race and the 2024 Vendée Globe.
Successor to the Lagoon 50, the 51 features an attractive and roomy flybridge which occupies 80% of the coachroof. This large living area enables the skipper and other passengers to share special moments together when underway.
This model sits between the Lagoon 50 and the Lagoon SIXTY 5. It marks the transition between the “classic” range and the luxury yachts.
For the design of Maxi Banque Populaire XI, launched in April 2021, VPLP drew inspiration from Banque Populaire IX and in particular her platform, which was a veritable reference for the project.
For the Outremer 55, the challenge for VPLP was to leverage recent architectural developments and Grand Large Yachting’s expertise in composite engineering to design the cruising boat of the next decade.
The cruising motor catamaran Lagoon SIXTY 7 is a veritable haven of peace, an equilibrium of range, comfort and performance.
The Excess 11 is the only mass-production model on the market for this size of catamaran.
The largest model in the Excess range has her own special personality. The Excess 15 is light and generously canvassed, especially the Pulse Line version. She is designed for sailors looking for a cruising catamaran that doesn’t dull the exhilaration of passage-making under sail.