Julien Berthier, giving boat owners and marina managers heart attacks since 2007.
Berthier modified fibreglass sailboat, chopping off the front half of the boat and re-arranging the keel to create the impression that the boat was sinking. Curator of the “Drift 08” exhibition on the Thames noted in the Evening Standard that she “thought it was an optimistic piece, because it never sinks.”
The curiously angled boat has a motor and can move under its own power. Fine for calm seas, but I wouldn’t want to test its determination to stay afloat…
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