ARMIDE (ex LA BOUFFONNE) was built in France in 1938 at the Bas Fort shipyard in Marseille. In 1966 she was bought by Mr Marchand & Mr Grimaldi, and then in 1990 by Mr Jean Paguiero, who undertook a complete refurbishment of the boat at Chantier du Pharo in Marseille. ARMIDE is now part of the South of France maritime patrimony. She regularly takes part in events such as Les Voiles de St-Tropez, where her performance and attractive build are often admired.
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September 14, 2023
SEAZEN II: New Video
SEAZEN II's new video exhibits the extraordinary nature of this yacht. She is uniquely designed with a Japanese minimalist style in her saloon which features a traditional layout of Tatami mats and decorative elements imitating indigenous Shoji screens and sliding doors. Her 4 cabins...read more
September 13, 2023
LA VIDELLE : Charter Fee Reduction for September...
Crafted by the renowned Italian CN Yacht 2000 shipyard in 2006, LA VIDELLE was carefully built so that she is light and fast on the waves - making her sensational to sail. LA VIDELLE’s most recent 2023 refit further updated her to delight those on board. Her decking and cockpit serve...read more
September 6, 2023
FREE AT LAST : Last Summer Availabilities
FREE AT LAST was built in 2001 as a luxurious sailing yacht by the Spanish shipyard Monty North. She has a delightful teak flush deck, featuring U-shaped sofas and two large steering wheels at stern. The deck and cockpit offer ample space for dining al fresco with a relaxed atmosphere....read more