Minahouet, whose first copy was built at the end of 2002, is the synthesis of my previous plans, notably Aber and Ilur. I tried to make a sail-rowing as balanced as possible: enough for a family sailing, light and moderate width for the pleasure of rowing. New provisions improve the comfort of use: lower drift well facilitating the movements of the crew on board, storage of oars first under benches, storage boxes. Two versions of rigging have been planned: the classic sailor and the sloup. In the latter case, it is possible to advance the mast and navigate without a jib, making it an ideal rig for solo sailing.