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Chantier naval Jezequel

Manufacture of pleasure boats
39 bis allée Saint-François
29600 St-Martin des Champs

Tel : +33 (0)6 16 98 20 97
In 1919, Alain Jézéquel became the foreman at the Moguérou shipyard in Carantec. His son Georges took over in 1952, followed by Alain in 1985, who in turn entrusted the yard to his son Jean-Marie in 2016.
The yard worked with the great architects of the era, including Brix, Cornu and Sergent, launching now-famous ships such as Anahita and Jabadao. The Jézéquels also produced their own plans (J 25, Cormoran, etc.).
The shipyard owes its reputation to the quality of construction and precision of assembly, which ensures exceptional robustness and longevity.

Lightweight construction is key, with mahogany edging and bent acacia ribs. The yard pays particular attention to choosing the woods it uses.
Since 2008, the company has been located on the banks of the river Morlaix. Although it continues to build small vessels, it specialises in the full or partial restoration of larger vessels.