Price Reduction – 1999 Guy Couach 2100 Flybridge

Grabau International is delighted to announce a price reduction of the 1999 Guy Couach 2100 Flybridge ‘BRIO BLU’.

With just two owners since new and professionally crewed since launch, BRIO BLU has been operating as a luxury charter yacht based in the South West of Italy around the island of Capri.

With three fantastic guest cabins including a full-width amidships master cabin, crew cabin forward and extensive dining and relaxation spaces on the main deck level, BRIO BLU offers the last word in supreme onboard comfort.

Powered by twin MTU V12 engines with 2,300hp on tap, BRIO BLU boasts 30 knot potential with economical cruising speeds in the 20 knot bracket.

BRIO BLU is EU VAT-paid, Italian Registered and presently coded for charter.


Located off the Bay of Biscay in southern France, Chantier Naval Couach builds semi-custom luxury yachts from 13.65 to 50 metres in composite materials.

In 1897, Albert Couach founded a shipyard on Arcachon Bay and pioneered the manufacture of early marine engines. In 1946, his grandson, Guy Couach, joined the yard and began building well-received commercial and military boats. In 1962, he renamed the company Guy Couach Shipyard, and focused on building performance boats and luxury yachts in advanced composites. In 1970, the shipyard launched Aramat, one of the earliest yachts built with Kevlar composite.

The shipyard changed hands several times over the years, re-launching as Chantier Naval Couach in 2009 with the goal of entering the superyacht sector of the industry. The local industrial investor group Nepteam acquired the shipyard, informally known as Couach Yachts, in 2011.

Guy Couach 2100 Flybridge – ‘Brio Blu’ – now asking just Euro 270k VAT paid – 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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