Cyrille Tricot Obituary, Death – We were all hit with a great degree of disappointment when we found out a week ago that Cyrille Tricot had made the decision to quit working for the company. Throughout his life, Cyrille was a much-loved spouse, father, and friend to a large number of people. In addition to being an enthusiastic sailor, he was well-known in the world of business for the honesty and integrity that he demonstrated in his dealings with others. In addition to that, he had a reputation for being a trustworthy business partner. Everyone will experience loss in their own special way when he passes away. Best wishes to you, Cyrille.
Cyrille made the decision to start his own company, which he called Multicats International, after having worked in the past for The Moorings, Catana, and Privilège. He gave the company the name “Multicats International.” This particular company oversaw the distribution of HH Catamarans throughout the world. His entire childhood, he had been interested in sailing vessels with several hulls.
Cyrille has participated in the annual boat testing that our company conducts for the better part of the last 15 years, serving either as the captain of the vessel or as a sail trimmer on the most modern models of the boat. During this time, Cyrille has been a consistent contributor to the testing. Since we first started going to boat shows, there hasn’t been a single one at which Cyrille and Multihulls World haven’t collaborated on anything.
Whether it be a sailboat, a multihull, or something else entirely, they’ve always got it covered. The snapshot that serves as an instance of the comprehensive relationship that exists between Multihulls World and Cyrille was taken by Philippe Echelle while we were conducting our examination of the Catana 53 in the Mediterranean. The photograph can be found here. In the waters off the coast of Canet-en-Roussillon, which served as his principal staging area, the examination was carried out. Our deepest condolences go out to Rosanne, his wife, and the rest of his family, and everyone here at Multihulls World expresses their compassion to them. Our highest aspirations are directed in their direction. We’ll miss you Cyrille…
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