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6917 - Brigantine
Jean de la Lune was the centre of a highly successful charter business and was a regular competitor in the Tall Ships Races.

Built in 1957 in Brittany, of Oak planks on Oak frames, she has undergone a complete rebuild and has been maintained and refitted to the highest standards throughout. The ship is fully certificated for Sail Training purposes in Cat 0 waters as defined by the Code of Practice for Small Commercial Vessels.

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Type:Classic Sailing Boats
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Sales status:sold
Length:24.38 m/80 ft
Width:6.58 m/22 ft
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