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Longtze Premier at the La Rochelle Grand Pavois

by Luc Gellusseau on 10 Sep 2008
Longtze at the Brest Naval College Grand Prix Longtze Premier
From September 10th to 15th, Longtze Yacht will participate in the La Rochelle Grand Pavois (France), one of the largest in-water international boat shows.

Longtze Premier will be exhibited this September 10th through 15th in the La Rochelle Grand Pavois. Situated near the surf village and in a section which will allow testing the boat in the evening after 6pm, it is in an ideal location for viewing and testing the boat. For all those interested, you are invited to make contact with Luc Gellusseau, who will show the boat during the day and arrange test sails for the evening.

Created in 1973, the La Rochelle Grand Pavois has become a major event on the international nautical calendar. With 100,000 square meters of exposition space, thematic areas for the 700 exhibited boats, 300 in-water, and more than 850 international exhibitors, the Grand Pavois is the big Fall nautical event. Of special interest this year, Ireland with its strong maritime tradition, is the invited 2008 Grand Pavois 'Honored Country'.

Longtze Premier is a high-tech, trendy sport boat. Whether sailing for recreation,racing, or sharing some great moments with friends, Longtze Premier offers a combination of excitement, simplicity, reliability and performance. This new sport boat is a true roadster of the sea, produced in Qingdao, and benefits from all the technology evolving from the first Chinese America's Cup Class boat. The boat is based on an original design from Steve Thompson (NZ) further developed by the America's Cup China Team. Extremely fast with very complete equipment, the boat offers exceptional performance along with ease of use and high level of hardware equipment.

Come and discover Longtze Premier at the Grand Pavois, Place : TR 09



For more information : www.longtze.org

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