Runa VI - Gaff cutter built 1927

Designed by Gerhard Rønne and built by M. Nielsen of Skovshoved (Denmark).
Length 10.41 m, beam 2.4 m, draught 1.58 m.
Complete rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Brest).
In collaboration with Bruno Troublé, the architect François Chevalier and the historian Jacques Taglang.
Launched for Morbihan Week 2013.



Runa IV – Gaff yawl built 1918

Designed by Gerhard Rønne and built by M. Nielsen of Skovshoved (Denmark).
Length 10.7 m, beam 2.4 m, draught 1.6 m.
Complete rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Brest).
In collaboration with Bruno Troublé, the architect François Chevalier and the historian Jacques Taglang.
Launched for Morbihan Week 2011.



Morwenna – Gaff schooner built 1914

Designed by Linton Hope and built by Stow & Son of Shoreman (UK).
Length 16.8 m, beam 3.65 m, draught 2 m.
Major rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Brest).
Launched in the summer of 2013.



Hoshi – Gaff schooner built 1909

Designed and built by Camper & Nicholson of Gosport (UK).
Length 22 m, beam 4.35 m, draught 3 m.
Undergoing complete rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Brest).



Saint Jean – Bermudan sloop built 1939 – Registered historic vessel

Built for Gaston Thubé, sailing medallist (6mR) in the 1912 Stockholm Olympics.
Designed by Talma Bertrand and built by Aubin Shipyard of Rezé (France).
Length 9.3 m, beam 2.5 m, draught 1.45 m.
Complete restoration by Guip Shipyard (Brest) with support from DRAC Bretagne (regional department of culture), Finistère Council and Brittany Council.



Wings – 12-metre class built 1937

Designed and built by Camper & Nicholson of Gosport (UK).
Length 21.4 m, beam 3.72 m, draught 2.7 m.
Classic wooden construction with hot-riveted and shaped metal frames.
Works, including spars made in spruce, carried out in 2001.
Complete rebuild in 2007 by Guip Shipyard (Brest)
In collaboration with naval architect Guy Ribadeau Dumas.



Pen Duick – Gaff cutter built 1898

Owned by the Tabarly family since 1938 and lovingly restored by Eric Tabarly.
Designed by William Fife III and built by Gridiron and Workers of Carrigaloe (Republic of Ireland)
Length 15.1 m, beam 2.93 m, draught 2.2 m.
Deck relaid in 2005 by Guip Shipyard (Brest).



Vanity V – 12-metre class built 1936

Last 12mR to be designed and built by William Fife III at Fairlie (Scotland).
Length 21.5 m, beam 3.6 m, draught 2.75 m.
A high point in Guip Shipyard’s work on classic yachts.
Classic wooden construction with hot-riveted and shaped metal frames.
Complete rebuild by Guip Shipyard (Brest), launched in 2000,
In collaboration with naval architect Guy Ribadeau Dumas.



Seagull – Gaff cutter built 1903

Designed by Alfred Mylne and built by Archibald Malcolm on the Isle of Bute (Scotland).
Length 9.2 m, beam 2.6 m, draught 1.65 m.
Complete restoration in 1988 and 2003 by Guip Shipyard.



Ten Years After - Sandbagger

Replica of the sandbagger Tam O’Shanter built by the boat-building school Les Ateliers de l’Enfer of Douarnenez (France).
Restoration by Guip Shipyard (Île-aux-Moines), completed in 1995.