Three Dutch superyachts on the French Rivera

Written by Charl van Rooy

Boadicea, Garçon and Ngoni in Beaulieu sur Mer, France

Recently seen anchored together outside Beaulieu sur Mer in the South of France are the three Dutch-built superyachts Boadicea, Garçon, and Ngoni. Nearly two decades separate these vessels, each built with vastly different purposes. Boadicea was launched at Amels in 1999 and has undergone several refits and rebuild stages since then to keep her looking as new. To the right of her is the multifunctional yacht support vessel Garçon which is well known to supply the 87-metre Lürssen motor yacht, Ace with tender, crew, provisioning and air support when needed. In the foreground is Royal Huisman’s brand new 58-metre sailing yacht Ngoni. This high-tech machine is the design work of the late Ed Dubois and was launched in April this year, now cruising the Med for the first time.

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Boadicea
Ex: Boadicea and Reborn
Length
76.6m
Volume
2,191 GT
Year
1999
Built by
Amels🇳🇱
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