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The NEEL 47 Makes Her Own Rules

The new NEEL 47 is the fourth design created by this Innovative French company in the last 10 years and like its sisterships, it breaks with all trimaran traditions.

The first boat Eric and Barbara Bruneel built was the NEEL 45. It was a breakthrough multihull design because they designed the living spaces to be on top of the main hull and the outriggers or amas instead of just inside the hulls. This expanded the accommodations to the full width of the boat, 23 feet. This meant the cockpit and saloon were as large as you would find on a 45-foot catamaran and the cabins were as spacious.

Plus, under the saloon, there was a

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