Creole is a three master schooner built by Camper & Nicholsons and lunched in 1927, she has always been defined as  Charles E. Nicholson masterpiece.

Universally recognized for its ebony-black hull and its three imposing masts, Creole has no comparison when sailing upwind, making the most of its impressive sail surface, 1,040 m2, and one of the world largest spinnakers, measuring 1,050 m2.  

Having been preserved with all its original features and with maniacal precision, it is unlikely that Creole will go unnoticed, not only due to its size, but also because of its elegance. Aboard the yacht that has left its mark on naval architecture, people can glimpse into history, almost like a mirror which reflects both the past and the present, and enjoy an incredible show from a privileged and luxurious position.

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