The Belouga

A legendary racing-cruiser sailing boat revisited

A light and fast boat whose performance no longer holds any secrets. This racing-cruising sailing boat steeped in history offers a habitable volume allowing you to enjoy sailing for a day or a few days. The Belouga has been modernized by AP Yachting and it is fully customizable.

Belouga boat

A fast and transportable sailboat

In 1943, Eugène Cornu designed the Bélouga, more than 1000 units were produced, it was the first sailing boat built in a large series.


Modernized with a polyester hull and a revisited roof of your choice of color, the Belouga is decorated with beautiful varnished mahogany and teak finishes. Easily transportable, it can follow you to all your different navigation locations.
As standard, the Belouga is very well equipped with HARKEN fittings, sails (mains and jib) DELTA VOILE, jib on BARTELS furler. Three stainless steel mooring cleats. The cockpit is self-draining.

Discover the Belouga

The Belouga is a sailboat that benefits from a well-established reputation. Thanks to its speed, lightness and ease of transport, it proves to be an ideal choice for sailing enthusiasts who wish to avoid the constraints linked to mooring or anchoring. It is easy to launch with a suitable trailer, and it can be easily towed by a medium-sized vehicle.


To build your very own Belouga, the AP Yachting shipyard offers you multiple options and customizations.

The characteristics

Overall length: 6.50m
Width: 2.40 m
Sail area: 15.40 m²
Materials: Polyester / wood
Air draft: 11.10 m
Draft: 0.24/1.20 m
Total weight: 780 kg

belouga sailing boat

An ideal sailboat for independent boaters

Embark on an unforgettable maritime adventure aboard the Bélouga, a classic sailboat with timeless charm. Discover the perfect blend of vintage elegance and modern performance, delivering an exceptional sailing experience.


Belouga: a little gem according to the press

« Antoine does not confine himself to the Solenn, these Joubert plans formerly built by Franck Roy, he also rebuilt an adorable Belouga, respecting to the letter the hull and the appendages of Eugène Cornu, but interpreting in his own way the bridge and the deckhouse, whose coamings are particularly successful. The result is absolutely remarkable and we can’t wait to try it!  Voile&Moteur, the number 1 boating site. »