Ribadeau Dumas 65 Year 2002Contact Us
Designed by Guy Ribadeau Dumas and rebuilt in 2002 (new hull, new fittings), this beautiful molded wood sailboat is as solid as it is rigid. Its modern hull, equipped with 2 rudders, promises good speeds and easy handling.
The layout is organized around a saloon, which includes a beautiful kitchen and a very large chart table. With leather upholstery and fine woodjob, they are luxurious and comfortable.
The complete equipment allows you to navigate quickly with a small crew and in the greatest comfort: generator, desanilizer, air conditioning, hydraulics, complete electronics ...
I had this boat built for family use. Strongly involved in its construction and design, I have always maintained and developed it to keep it at the best level.
We have done great cruises in the Mediterranean and some beautiful regattas like the Voiles de Saint Tropez. This boat has never disappointed us: easy to handle with a small crew (2), it is fast, pleasant to steer and safe in strong wind.
Today, I change the program and I part with regret.
|Architect||Guy Ribadeau Dumas|
|Material||Moulded wood, carbon reinforced|
|Type of ballast||bulb keel|
|Displacement||22 000 kg|
|Ballast weight||5 000 kg|
|Engine(s)||Volvo Penta 190HP Diesel (3780 hours)|
|Fuel capacity||700 L|
|Water Capacity||800 L|
|Lying||French Eastern Mediterranean|