Mickael Gaujoux

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35 years
Architect, designer on water
Born in the Caribbean on a sailboat after an atlantic tour with the parents, I decided to leave to make studies in Bordeaux in design, then Paris in interior architecture.
10 years and a few medals later, the air of the sea is an incessant memory that pushes me to buy a boat and resume offshore, while continuing to work remotely with my client in Paris.
Arrived at the Canaries, I meet the world of bato-stopers or I meet Iris and a thirty other crew members who, living on board in a cluster of 5, get to know me and Nick quickly Captain Zadventures !
I also meet Aurore and a slew of Circassians who make me want to play me with them.
Today, I still live with Aurore, and following a shipwreck in Martinique, we have a bit of time to go to the other end of the world on the Sirkus Laut project, before resuming our project Barcacircus on another sailboat.

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