Med Yacht, A French success
Neptune magazine published an article on the day-boat trend in its April 2021 issue. Med Yacht is one of the 15 brands on the market. You will also find a page dedicated to the success of Med Yacht with the Med 52 and more information about the Med 42.
In the ever more demanding niche of the great Mediterranean day-cruisers, rare are the manufacturers to have imposed themselves by daring to leave the beaten track in stylistic matters. Appeared without making much noise at the beginning of the 2010s, the French brand Med Yacht did not fail to amaze by managing to impose its style. Tight silhouette, high-performance hull designed by Gilles Vaton and deck layout designed to make the most of life at anchor, the Med are today among the boats recognizable at a glance in the ports of the Côte d'Azur. With two models of 42 and 52 feet manufactured at the Galeon shipyard in Poland, the French firm has succeeded in becoming one of the names to be counted on in the large European opens segment. Their particularity? Bright, clean, sharp lines, as if they had been cut with a billhook, and almost vertical planks. The clever arrangement of their deck plans, which only have one level difference, also works in favor of these units which can accommodate two or three cabins. The custom policy practiced by the yard, which leaves a wide choice in terms of materials, fabrics and fittings, is no stranger to the brand's success either.
Neptune number 295 - April 2021