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PRIVILÈGE 465

Published on 01 october 1998 at 0h00

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This Privilège is surely a great year, and the test we ran with the first one to come out of the Jeantot shipyard shows its very interesting potential for a 14-meter catamaran with four cabins... A boat you, too, will be able to discover next September at the boat show in La Rochelle.

With two completely new boats, the Jeantot Marine shipyard is back on the forefront. Indeed, the two novelties for 1998 prepared by the new team will have tongues wagging this autumn. The 1998 vintage was lovingly concocted behind the great white walls of the shipyard and we're in store for quite a cocktail of innovations. This should be a great satisfaction for many, both among sailing aficionados and fans of motoryachts (with the new Transcat 445). A strong comeback to the forefront worldwide among leading shipyards... We were able to test the brand new Privilège 465 for you.

Test Privilège 465

The basic concept behind the project for the Privilège 465 was, in the very words of the shipyard's Director, Alain Froc's, to bring together sophisticated technology, the know-how acquired from the ten previous models (with more than plus de 320 units built) and a more innovative design responding more fully to the expectations of the current market: combining comfort, performance and the best ergonomics.

Test Privilège 465

As soon as I arrived on the pontoon, on this July 8th, and saw Privilège 465 No1 quietly waiting for me, I understood I would be dealing not with a mere new model in a specific range, but t...

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