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Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design exhibiting at Boot Düsseldorf

As part of Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design's international strategy, Boot Düsseldorf, the world's largest indoor boat show, has long been a key event. The 2019 edition is no exception to the rule, and even stands out with a record number of new models being presented. In fact, Berret Racoupeau would like to invite you to discover three leisure boat projects and three Super-yachts at  (Hall 7A – E04) from 19th to 27th January.
 
The success of their previous models and the mutual trust consolidated over the years make their naval architectural firm a constant partner of the largest boat builders. With this in mind, at Düsseldorf they’ll be unveiling the forthcoming:
 
- Amel 60 : Building on the success of the recent 50-footer, European Boat of the Year 2018 (Luxury Cruisers category), the plans for the future Amel 60 will be unveiled at the Düsseldorf show. Along with the 50, this will complete a perfect pair of standard-setting offshore cruising boats.
 
- Allures 51.9 : With 15 years of fruitful cooperation, Allures Yachting and Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design are re-inventing the cruising flag ship, including an exclusive interior and deck plan.
 
- New 45 : Fountaine-Pajot will be soon be launching their new mid-range boat, which promises to be more racy, more luxurious and even brighter.
 
In the Super-yacht market, Berret Racoupeau's orderbook confirms the international reputation their business has gained, in particular presenting for the prestigious Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman a 110-foot sailing catamaran, a scale model of which will be on display on the stand, and a 118-foot motor catamaran. They are particularly proud of this collaboration, which is the ultimate recognition of their expertise in large multihulls. In the same spirit, they will be able to tell you more about a brand new 70-foot carbon catamaran, where level of performance has been the cornerstone of the project.
 
Lastly, on the evening of Saturday January 19th the winners of the European Yacht of the Year 2019 will be announced. Whatever the results, Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design are already very happy to see, something extremely rare, two of their designs nominated: the Wauquiez Pilot Saloon 42 in the 'Luxury-Cruisers' category and the Astréa 42 by Fountaine Pajot in the 'Multihull' category.

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