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Privilège Signature 650
A Privilège is more than just an elegant, individually tailored sailing catamaran. A Privilège is a statement: the statement to enjoy luxurious life beyond coastal borders. Its refined hull design ensures superb stability and comfort making Privilège catamarans the most enjoyable place on the sea. Every Privilège is built according to its owner’s preferences and handcrafted with the finest materials to create the perfect on-board experience.
The new Signature 650 has been painstakingly developed to offer an incredible balance of bluewater capability and living comfort. The huge saloon and owner’s cabin combine astonishing interior headroom and maximum natural light with an elegant, clean design from Franck Darnet. The tall, powerful rig offers plenty of easy-to-control sail options for fast passage times. An airy cockpit, huge flybridge and plenty of lounging space round out the features of a very talented sailing catamaran.
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Combining next level sailing performance and luxury
Privilègewent back to the drawing board with the beautiful new Signature 650. Every element of the design was studied, refined, and improved until the team was finally satisfied. The result is a luxury blue-water catamaran like no other. Across its entire 65-foot length, the new PrivilègeSignature 650 exudes confidence, style, and comfort. One hundred small details add up to a truly compelling bluewater catamaran.
We determined that the foredeck should be flush, so the rostrum has no profile. We’ve made the windows at the forward end of the saloon larger than on previous models, admitting even more light. And we’ve built a luxurious sunbathing area here, on the teak-lined bench that is protected on both sides from wind and from prying eyes. Safety has also benefitted from the design work. Hatches in the side decks are completely flush and offer no tripping hazard, while the stainless steel rails along the bulwarks come in a gleaming mirror finish.