Revealed Egoist yacht concept of Philippe Briand

French designer has revealed full details for a new 30 metre carbon fibre sailing yacht concept called Egoist. 

The yacht was announced in August 2016 and designer believes the yacht could be built in less than two years.

Egoist has just one cabin and has been designed to be sailed without any crew.
It can be used to race with a small number of expert crew with only three sails up. Accommodation for two crew is located aft.

This yacht is suitable for an experienced, modern owner and it has plenty of scope for an owner to imprint their own personality on the yacht.

Egoist is made for short cruising and it is extremely comfortable for a couple. 
It is the latest in a long line of sailing superyachts from Briand’s drawing boards.

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