Tour the Privilege boatyard with Rob and see highlights from the FRP shop and visit all the different areas in the yard where the Privilege range of blue water catamarans are built.
We talked to the owners of ONA about the ups and downs of their first year living aboard and sailing their Privilege 510.
We’re often asked what level of performance you give up when you buy a cruising catamaran. The simple answer is there isn’t a large difference in performance.
A unique feature of Privilège catamarans is the semi-custom nature of the build. The Privilège 580 is one of the most customizable in the fleet.
Admittedly, we’re boatyard nerds. We love everything about the building process at Privilège, so when we travel, the boatyard is the destination.
Take a closer look beneath the hatches and lockers to see access to systems and storage. One of the highlights is the engine room, which in our opinion, will tell you everything you need to know about a full-time liveaboard, offshore yacht.
The engineers at Privilège Catamarans work closely with each new owner to design a yacht for their individual needs that goes far beyond color selections.
Building on the shared legacy between Privilege Marine and the Vendée Globe, it was only fitting that the new Privilege 580 served as committee yacht.
There is little doubt that the Privilège 5 Series has an outstanding reputation. So how do you make a great boat even better?
Thanks to everyone who stopped by or joined us at the Miami International Boat Show. Thanks also to Keith, Renee, Anna, Jack, Finn & Kate from Sailing Zatara for taking the time to ‘meet & greet’ fans of their YouTube sailing channel.
It could not have gone better; the perfect mix of people enjoying the same ambition and a location famous for its world class sailing.
The number of people we met at this year’s Miami Boat Show who plan to live aboard was exceptional.