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  • Year: 1957
  • Current Price: £ 475,000
  • Located in Tenerife, Spain
  • Hull Material: Wood
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
  • YW# 80134-3042598

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The Jean de la Lune (JDL) was built in 1957 in Brittany. She was initially designed as one of the last French wooden Sailing Fishing Vessels without an engine, in Lorient and worked out of Douarnenez. She is constructed out of oak planks on an oak frame, and her graceful fine lines reflect those of a traditional French sailing vessel. JDL was originally designed for sail and subsequently she was fitted with an engine as motors generally displaced sails in response to the economic demands of the commercial environment.

When her career as a fishing vessel ended in the mid 1970s, she was sold and converted by her new owners once again into a sailing vessel. The JDL was then taken to Colchester where her owners spent eight years stripping her down to the bare hull and rebuilding her as a Brigantine with accommodation for 25 people in 11 cabins and day sailing capacity of 40 people. 

 





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