Ship profile for the sailing ship: "Saint Guénolé BR6773"
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|Name:||Saint Guénolé BR6773|
|Type of rigging:||SLUP|
|Type of ship:||Sloop Coquillier|
|Yard:||Victor Belbeoc'h, Le Fret, FRA|
|Length (hull):||11.22 m|
|Sail area:||135 m2|
|Ship's hull:||Holz / Wood|
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Last update: 07 Feb 2010
- 1948 built at the shipyard Victor Belbeoc'h, Le Fret, FRA for the Laurent brothers from Keramenez, FRA; for 14 years used in the fishery of scallops and oysters.
- since 1952 fitted with an engine, decommissioned in 1962.
- 1965 purchased by Paul Cornillet, used for private trips and as living boat at the river Trieux next to Lézardrieux.
- 1979 used by the school Ecole de Mer du Trégor for sailtraining on a traditionally rigged boat, after the death of Paul Cornillet the school bought the boat in 1988 and initiated a general overhaul and restoration to her original appearence at the shipyard Yvon Clochet Treguier.
- 1994 bought by the town Morangis and later Lézardrieux, FRA; in 2003 bought by the town Plougastel-Daoulas, operated by the nearby sailing centre Centre Nautique Armorique, used as active traditional sailing boat and presented at local sailing events.