Kelt - Shipyard

Kelt, meaning Celtic in Breton, is a shipyard founded in 1974 in Vannes (France) by Gilles Le Baud, double winner of the “course de l'Aurore“. This shipyard offers small sailboats, simple, functional and seaworthy; many of them became best seller envied by large shipyard.

In 1985 the shipyard, in financial difficulties, was bought by Marine Chaufour Poncin, already owner of Kirié. Sailboat production continues and is then transferred to Les Sables d'Olonne. Some models have continued their careers with the Feeling badge (for example the Kelt 6.20 became the Feeling 226 between 1992 and 1994).

Country : France
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There are 6 "Kelt" sailboats on Sailboat-Data.

Kelt 5.50 (sailboat) Kelt 5.5017.9 ft1978
Kelt 6.20 (sailboat) Kelt 6.2020.3 ft1974
Kelt 7.60 (sailboat) Kelt 7.6024.9 ft1979
Kelt 8.50 (sailboat) Kelt 8.5027.9 ft1983
Kelt 8m (sailboat) Kelt 8m26.2 ft1977
Kelt 9m (sailboat) Kelt 9m29.5 ft1981