BLUBAY have been around for a long time, with the French designer and Naval Architect Jean Jacques Coste firmly at the helm. Responsible for the creation of some of the worlds most famous superyachts, such as Allures, Rafoly, Black Swan and the Yapluka range of catamarans.
After Jean Jacques went into partnership with the shipyard forming the BLUE COAST YACHTS brand, going on to build even larger luxury mega yachts such as the two ultra high tech huge trimarans “Galaxy" and "Galaxy of Happiness” featured in a recent BOAT INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE feature. Jean Jacques is currently working on other equally prestigious projects surpassing anything he has previously achieved.
Jean Jacques however on a personal level feels that he wanted to design a yacht range that he himself would like to own without the need for a full-time crew, something that he could sail in comfort with his family or with his wife which would be maximum of 68 feet in length or even smaller. After working with Graham Stimson of WorldWide Catamarans on another project, the pair decided that there was room in the market for a smaller range of high-end luxury cruising catamarans from 48ft a 58ft and a 68ft. BLUBAY was resurrected and currently concentrating on these three sizes.
There was no point in trying to compete in the current production catamaran market already captured by the three main production builders, but room for something just a little more special like the new BLUBAY
If anyone can design something that sails fast, oozes quality, offers plenty of space on board and still manage to look sexy combined with high-end luxury fit out J.J. is the man to do it.
Using a combination of only the best construction materials, such as carbon fibre, vinyl ester resin, lightweight interior fabrics and the latest developments in architectural naval design features, these catamarans are destined to be the most desirable examples on the planet, complimenting the BLUE COAST YACHTS range which starts at over 70ft.