Esterel is an 8-Metre yacht with auric sails, designed following the first version of the International Rule. She was originally commissioned by the Michel brothers, and in 1990 she was purchased by Patrick Williamson, owner of the shipyard in Pointe-Rouge. At that time, she underwent a complete restoration that brought her back to her original splendour.
Her beauty and design never went unnoticed at the events where she took part. In 1992, when she took part in the Brest Festival, the legendary French yachtsman Eric Tabarly proposed that Esterel should have been declared a national historic monument. This yacht has raced in Cannes, St. Tropez and Marseille regattas.
|Designer||L. Léon Sébille|
|Builder||Chantiers De M. Léon Sébille et Grossi (France)|
|Length over spars||12.04|
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