Goiot Systems exhibits at the METS 2015

    Goiot Systems exhibits at the METS – Marine Equipment Trade Show – in Amsterdam from November 17th to 19th. This show is the biggest professionnal meeting for marine and yachting equipement. Our team will welcome you in the French Pavilion, Hall 1 stand 817, to present our new…

Dufour unveils the D460 at Cannes and La Rochelle

       Dufour Yachts presented their new D460 at the Cannes Yacht Festival and La Rochelle 2015 boatshow. Inspired by the D500 and D560, the D460 nonetheless breaks with Dufours’s usual approach to big yacht design. The interior of this superbly comfortable yacht is remarkably light thanks to enlarged…

Boréal 52: European Yacht of the Year 2015

    What better recognition could a boat-builder ask for ? The Boréal 52 has been elected « European Yacht of the Year 2015 » in the category “Bluewater Cruisers”. Built for navigation in the most extreme latitudes, every attention has been paid to the slightest detail in her conception…

Benoit Marie, sponsored by Goiot, gives some tips on how to fly

  Having won the Mini-Transat 650, Benoit’s now decided to fly with the eagles. In his very first season he took the lead among french contenders in a 165-strong fline-up in the International Moth world championships in Australia. Benoit shares his savoir-faire with us in the March edition of Course…

Feeling 44 by Alessandro Di Benedetto

  Photo Privilège Marine   This is the very latest realisation from the Sables d’Olonne boat-builder Privilège Marine. When it comes to deepwater cruisers the Feeling series has always maintained a high standing. The launch of this most recent version of the successful Feeling 44 centreboarder by Alessandro Di Benedetto…

A Goiot console for the new RM1070

    First shown at Nautic 2014, the Paris boatshow, the RM1070 is the successor to the RM1060. Featuring a reversed bow and convex deck sheer, the RM1070 also distinguishes itself with a full beam that effectively continues all the way aft to the transom, thus allowing the boat’s architect,…