This design may be of interest to builders on the forum. While capable of high end performance (its a mini transat) built with plywood over stringers between bulkheads/ molds, it's construction is typical of the methods forum members already use to build there boats, especially John Welsford's designs like the Navigator and Pathfinder.
While high in performance, these boats have a lot of beam for form stability which can make quite a good cruiser for the adventurous in deeper waters as well as speed for a sailer looking for high performance.
Just might be a good build for an individual or yard with plywood construction skills as CNC files for cutting come with plans. Lucas the french designer is experienced in racing and designing mini's himself, and has had his boats finish in the top 10 in the past. The only other plywood mini for a home builder I know of is by Dudley Dix, but this design requires coldmolding the plywood hull bottom.
Many construction photos on album photo:-
and here in Belgium:-
and this chap's building one
(I'm not linked to the design in any way)