Philippe Harlé

Philippe Harlé is, with Jean Jacques Herbulot, one of the most well-known architects for his plywood sailboat designs. After a first test with a dinghy in 1961, he exposed, in 1963, Muscadet which begins a series of plywood sailboat with alcohol names: Armagnac, Cognac, Cabernet, Sauvignon... These affordable cruising boats democratized recreational sailing. Soon the plywood was replaced, for economic purposes, by the composite. Philippe Harlé has worked with all the best shipyards producing popular cruising sailboats (Love-love, Folie Douce...) as well as real racers (Coco 6.50, Tequila proto...). He has also designed some aluminum boats, including a 60-feet for the Vendée Globe (3615 MET).

Country : France

Sailboat :

There are 11 "Philippe Harlé" sailboats on Sailboat-Data.

Etap 28i (sailboat) Etap 28i28.1 ft1987
Jeanneau Aquila (sailboat) Jeanneau Aquila27.2 ft1975
Jeanneau Fantasia 27 (sailboat) Jeanneau Fantasia 2725.3 ft1982
Jeanneau Sun Way 25 (sailboat) Jeanneau Sun Way 2524.8 ft1990
Jeanneau Tonic 23 (sailboat) Jeanneau Tonic 2322.6 ft1985
Jeanneau / Gibert Marine Sangria (sailboat) Jeanneau / Gibert Marine Sangria25.0 ft1969
Kelt 6.20 (sailboat) Kelt 6.2020.3 ft1974
Kirié Feeling 326 / Elite 326 (sailboat) Kirié Feeling 326 / Elite 32631.3 ft1987
Kirié Feeling 446 / Elite 446 (sailboat) Kirié Feeling 446 / Elite 44643.6 ft1988
Kirié Feeling 920 / Elite 32 (sailboat) Kirié Feeling 920 / Elite 3230.3 ft1981
Kirié Feeling 960 / Elite 324 (sailboat) Kirié Feeling 960 / Elite 32431.5 ft1986