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Eric Henseval Yacht Design

Eric Henseval is a graduate yacht designer, with a diploma from the WESTLAWN INSTITUTE OF MARINE TECHNOLOGY, Stamford, Connecticut, USA.Whilst at school and then at University studying law, he learned naval architecture by self-education before entering the Westlawn Institute, where he thoroughly consolidated his skills.

Later, within the design office Vplp (vplp.fr), he devoted his energy to the conception of fantastic big racing multihulls and big luxury units, before to give birth to the little yard Pixis with the serial little sailing boat Kouign Amann.

Spending his early years sailing on the family boat, he was immediately attracted to boats as an entity and learned very early through this passion of observing anything floating on water. At the same time, this bond with the sea was reinforced with a passion for sailing. Eric sailed every kind of boats, in cruising and racing, all over the Atlantic.

After 18 years of work in yacht design, Eric work currently on designing his aluminium cruisers named Territoire 11.80m, built in the famous yard Meta (meta-chantier-naval.fr) in France, and Alpen Yacht Concept (alpen-yacht-concept.com).

See Eric's website at: hensevalyachtdesign.jimdo.com