MOBY DICK : Relocated to Marseille, South of France

MOBY DICK : Relocated to Marseille, South of France

The Galathéa 65 MOBY DICK, was built by the shipyard Fountaine-Pajot and designed by the architects at Berret-Racoupeau. This 20 metre multihull is technically optimised for extremely comfortable cruising, also available on charter!

May 15, 2023

Now Available in Marseille!

This Galathea 65 was designed by the architects at Berret-Racoupeau with the interior stylings of Coste Design. This makes the catamaran a high-performance model without losing any of her comfort. She is characterised by an abundance of natural light, grained wood and contemporary furniture. She also offers panoramic views from her saloon, dining room and galley – ideal for relaxation. Recently this yacht arrived in Marseille in the south of France and is available for viewings!

MOBY DICK : Relocated to Marseille, South of France

To find out more about BGYB's multihulls for sale, please go to the dedicated page here: Multihulls

Please visit this Galathea 65's page should you wish to know more about this catamaran.

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