2002 Canard 41 – NOW SOLD


Grabau International is delighted to announce its successful sale of the 2002 Canard Yachts 41 ‘GRANDE CESARE’.

GRANDE CESARE was launched in 2002 from Canard Yachts as a 41’ Massimo Paperini designed vessel to compete in club racing and offers his owner an easy and comfortable interior layout for summer cruising. Now under her third ownership, GRANDE CESARE is ready for her next adventure.

Her specification highlights include:-
• Deck stepped carbon fibre mast
• Vacuum bag composite hull
• Carbon fibre wheel.
• Electric harken winch for halyards – 2020
• Three cabins one head interior layout
• Antiskid low maintenance deck
• Bowsprit


Canard Yachts is a company born in 1996 from the experience on the regatta fields, in the shipyard and in the design. The lasting collaboration with Massimo Paperini’s Duck Design studio has made it possible to create a small series of semi-custom boats with attention to construction, performance refinement and design, winners of important national and international events.

The construction techniques that distinguish the production of Canard Yachts from the mass production on the market are the construction of a solid monocoque in the composition of the hull, bulkhead deck and integrated floorboard.
This technique, refined over the years, following the most advanced technologies, allows innovative production planning by distinguishing and controlling the various construction phases from a constructive and economic point of view.

The composite monocoque is the container in which the systems are inserted with passages and channels already foreseen in the lamination, while the interior furnishings, in lightened wood or composite, are made and then installed on board on an integrated structural floor.
This allows Canard Yachts to supervise and guarantee the quality of the interventions of the best specialists in the sector both for composite, plant engineering and interior furnishings.

From a Canard Yachts’ presentation


Massimo Paperini Architect is the founder of the Duck Design Studio. He starts his activity in 1974, and as yacht designer in 1980, dedicating until 1990 to sailing racing boats, winners of many national and international events. In the same years he is a Federazione Italiana Vela consultant for the rating rules at the ORC in London.

Between 1985 and 1990 he is FIV Team Manager for the Offshore World Championships and for the Admiral’s Cup.

From 1990 until today, in his loft in via Crispi, downtown Rome near the Spanish Steps, he has been designing Power and Sailing Yachts winners of many Awards and 3 World Championships. On October 2013 Duck Design moved on via del Babuino 144.

To date more than 400 one-off and series boats have been launched, all signed by Massimo Paperini.

We wish her new owners fair winds and following seas.

For those that missed out, Grabau International has a number of other similar yachts available for sale including:

Sly Yachts 47 – full details here

X-Yachts X-43 Modern – full details here

Arcona 430 – full details here

Tartan 4300 – full details here

Maxi 1300 – full details here

Sly 42 – full details here

Faurby 396 JB Edition – full details here

X-Yachts IMX-40 – full details here

Do you have a yacht like this to sell? Grabau International are always looking for new high quality cruising yacht listings both in the UK and internationally. For further information about our tailored brokerage services, please look here or feel free to contact us.

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