The boat

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The Freedom Boat

Elftheria means freedom in Greek. It is the name of the sailboat that will transport the artists to the seas of the world. Was it fate that allowed Sirkus Laut to acquire such a well-named ship ? It was during a trip that Iris bought this boat: a sailboat of 15 mothers, the Elftheria, docked in Batam (Indonesia). Equipped with 8 berths with all amenities, this ketch (2 mats) made of steel, was built in Lorient in 1979 by Caroff, naval architect of international renown. It is a Galapagos 50 which looks great and which stands out for its solidity but also its maneuverability. As much as to say that with this, one can go to the end of the world…

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