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Excess 14

Following the lead of the Excess 11, her little sister, the Excess 14 is the fruit of a special design project for the brand. Architects VPLP Design were able to transpose technical developments from the racing world to refine the model’s hydrodynamics.


In late 2020, in collaboration with the Multiplast yard, VPLP ventured into the Class40 universe for the very first time. “We had been interested in this class for quite a while,” says Vincent Lauriot-Prévost, “but hadn’t quite found a suitable opening. This all changed when we saw the scows enter the fray and display significantly better performances than the previous boats. It was then that we said to ourselves that it was the right moment.”


Launched in 2020 for Fabrice Cahierc and subsequently picked up by Erwan Le Roux, the Ocean Fifty class (formerly the Multi50 class) generated a lot of preliminary work for the firm because she was the first multihull structure to be designed entirely by VPLP.


Description of the project Ciela Village, conceptualised by VPLP Design

Excess 11

The Excess 11 is the only mass-production model on the market for this size of catamaran.

Excess 12

With her shortened superstructure, attractive coachroof profile and helm stations set well aft – close to the sea and the crew – the Excess 12 has superlative sea-keeping qualities.

Excess 15

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.

Lagoon 46

The Lagoon 46 replaces the 450. The flybridge has double access (port and starboard) and comprises the helm station and all the boat controls.

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Commissioned for Thibaut Vauchel-Camus, Solidaires en Peloton – ARSEP was designed in a similar spirit to Ciela Village which had been launched a few months beforehand. Under the influence of Franck-Yves Escoffier, who advised the skipper during construction, she was given greater freeboard and higher float beams to increase her suitability for ocean racing.