Since 1985, PRIVILEGE cruising catamarans have enjoyed a worldwide reputation for their high-end position on the multihull market.
The very first Privilege marine catamaran was conceived and designed by the double world champion solo racer and founder of the Vendée Globe, Philippe Jeantot.
He has placed his entire experience in sailing around the world at the service of PRIVILEGE yachts, by defining a list of specifications of which the fundamental criteria of navigation are: safety, comfort, reliability and pleasure of navigation.
Since then, no fewer than 600 PRIVILEGE yachts, of lengths ranging from 12 to 23 m, including 80 units over 17 meters, have sailed all over the world.
THE PRIVILEGE 745 INHERITS HISTORIC KNOW-HOW AND THE BEST MANUFACTURING PROCESS
The hull, the nacelle (main pod), and the deck on the Privilege 745 are fully vacuum infused on a strong base of glass / vinylester sandwich.
The internal structure is made up entirely of transversal and longitudinal vacuum sandwich bulkheads, directly stratified to the hull and the deck.
Strength and lightness are ensured, whilst allowing some flexibility (needed by the forces applied during offshore navigation).
The necessary monolithic areas and the various reinforcements are also built by vacuum infusion. A vinylester anti-osmosis barrier is applied to the whole structure.
In complement to the usual EC certification, the famous survey office BUREAU VERITAS has been hired by the shipyard, on a yearly basis, in order to control and certify each unit built; the requirements are strict and not negotiable.
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