Jean Berret - Naval designer
Graduated from the Boule school (famous Art school in France), Jean Berret opened his office in La Rochelle in 1978. As him being already a talented regatta sailor, it did not take long for him to start working with major shipyards, producing boats like the First 35 with Bénéteau in 1979. Being a very active racer, particularly in the IOR which is the origin of many famous Half Tonner (Berret Paulette, Jarnac, Boogie ...). Jean Berret worked henceforth with Philippe Stark for First 35S5 and 41S5 boats. In 1983, he hired Olivier Racoupeau, who became his associate in 1994. In 2007, Jean Berret retired, leaving Racoupeau in charge of the office.
Website : www.berret-racoupeau.com
There are 12 "Jean Berret" sailboats on Sailboat-Data.
|Bénéteau First 305||30.7 ft||1984|
|Bénéteau First 30E||30.3 ft||1981|
|Bénéteau First 32||31.5 ft||1980|
|Bénéteau First 325||32.5 ft||1984|
|Bénéteau First 32S5||31.8 ft||1989|
|Bénéteau First 35S5||34.8 ft||1988|
|Bénéteau First 41S5||40.4 ft||1989|
|Bénéteau Idylle 11.50||36.4 ft||1983|
|Gibert Marine Gib'Sea 80 Plus||25.9 ft||1978|
|Kelt 7.60||24.9 ft||1979|
|Yachting France Jouët 600||19.7 ft||1979|
|Yachting France Jouët 680||21.5 ft||1978|