Botin 65 High Spirit just arrived in St Maarten after a fast and pleasant crossing. We congratulate our clients with the crossing! Should you wish to visit the Botin 65 whilst in Carribbean please contact us- Specifications: https://www.racing-yachts.com/botin-65-high-spirit-by-king-marine-150.html & http://botin65.com/
Code Yachts Shipyard on the Code 10 Why built in carbon? Compared to fiberglass, it's lighter, stiffer, stronger and provides a smoother ride. We aimed for a trailerable boat so that our customers have the freedom to set sail wherever they want. The total displacement of CODE10 is 1900kg (4189 lbs), from which the ballast weights 960kg (2116 lbs).We used Carbon-Airex® foam-Araldite® Epoxy sandwich for the hull, deck, and liner with vacuum infusion technology and covered it with Durepox paintings. We kept her thick but slim. "It is not prepreg/honeycomb because the product must be marketable and not overpriced."Other advantages of a carbon boat* Carbon has excellent lifespan and is extremely strong and rigid.* Light boats are easier to handle because of reduced loads, and therefore are safer.* Light yachts are environmentally friendly, they reduce fuel consumption yet increase the range.What else can we tell about the CODE10?She is 10m (33ft.) long and comes with a removable bowsprit (this helps when you transport her with your car). The beam is slightly less than 3.00m (2.98m), which allows the owner to drive it with a regular trailer. Any regular car with the capability of towing 3500kg is perfect for moving the CODE10 wherever you want. CODE 10: the perfect daysailer! it has space for a sailing crew of 4-6 persons with a maximum crew weight of 600 kgs. Spars come from Pauger carbon. All code10 are built with excellent precision and outstanding durability in order to deliver maximum performance and safety
Sailing VO65 @ The Ocean Race Europe The inaugural edition of The Ocean Race Europe, scheduled to start late in the spring of 2021, will bring international top-flight, competitive ocean racing to up to five European cities. The Ocean Race Europe will engage with European citizens to enhance the ambitious green transition and showcase the power of Digital Transformation. The Ocean Race Europe will see crew members from all over the world racing in foiling IMOCA 60s and one-design VO65s racing from the North Atlantic coast of Europe into the Mediterranean Sea, on a race course of up to five legs, each to be scored equally. There will be winners and prizes in each class. On shore, there will be public activities within each host city, along with team promotional and hospitality events. The Ocean Race Europe will put the health of the sailors, teams and public as a top priority and respect all COVID19 regulations in each city visited. The work started by the award-winning sustainability programme of the 2017-18 Race continues as part of The Ocean Race Europe and beyond. The Racing with Purpose programme includes advocacy, science, learning and sustainable event excellence. The inaugural edition of The Ocean Race Europe in 2021 leads off a ten-year calendar of racing activity that includes confirmed editions of the iconic, fully-crewed, around the world event - The Ocean Race - every four years, beginning in 2022-23. Wanna join with your team on a VO65? Contact us for more information
The Offshore Racing Congress (ORC) announces the 2021 version of the VPP and Rules are now published and ready for use. The rule books are uploaded and available for viewing and download at www.orc.org/rules and the VPP software has been delivered to ORC’s national Rating Offices around the world for them to issue certificates when ready for their regions. The specific changes to the Rules from 2020 are summarized on the ORC website at this link: www.orc.org/changes. The 2021 editions of the ORC VPP Documentation and the ORC Race Management Guidebook will be updated and available within the next several weeks. While there were very few changes to the VPP and rules for 2021, there have been substantial improvements made to the main product of ORC: the ORC certificate. The new designs for ORC Club and ORC International certificates will now offer the information on a boat’s measurements and rating options in a way that is both complete and easier to read. Firstly, both certificate types are now color-coded: light Blue for ORC Club and dark Blue for ORC International, which is shown on all pages. The type of certificate – General, Double Handed, One Design or the new Non-Spinnaker – will also be prominently shown on the first page. The first page of all types is the same, with the boat’s name, sail number, General Purpose Handicap (GPH) and Class Division Length (CDL) shown within the colored label field, along with a scale drawing of the boat, the rig and sails, basic boat dimensions and a table of rated boat speed values for various wind speeds and angles. The second page is also the same now for all certificate types and is dedicated to the multiple scoring options available for use in the ORC system. Time allowances in the basic options – All Purpose and Windward/Leeward – are shown on the top half of the page, while the bottom half may show a variety of more options depending on the preferences within the region of each rating office. These include popular options such as Triple Number, Predominant Upwind and Downwind, and race-specific models. The third page has more detailed information on the boat, hull, appendages, rig, flotation and stability data, and the measurement inventory of items aboard when measured. ORCi certificates automatically display this data that is provided by measurers, while this page is optionally displayed on ORC Club certificates since the data may be assumed and is at the discretion of the national rating office. A fourth page is also part of all ORCi certificates and contains detailed measurements of all sails of all types declared on the certificate and used to calculate ratings. There have been no changes made to 2021 ORC Superyacht certificate designs. Another innovation for 2021 is the ability for rating officers to issue not only standard and Double Handed ORC Club and ORCi certificates to co-exist for the same boat at the same time, but the addition of the new Non-Spinnaker certificate as well. Since the Scoring page is now standard on all certificate types, the same scoring options are now available whether racing with a full crew, Double Handed or Non-Spinnaker. This gives even greater flexible use of ORC ratings and scoring to serve the needs of sailors without requiring the intervention of the rating office. As new certificates get issued by rating offices, they will be uploaded to ORC’s free web-based public-access portal, the ORC Sailor Services. Here copies of current and past certificates going back to 2009 are available for free, along with many 100’s of measurement records from the earlier IMS era. Self-service test certificates may be run here, as well as Speed Guides of polar performance and upwind and downwind Target Speeds for windward/leeward racing. “Our Management Committee is pleased with the staff working so hard in the last few months since the Annual Meeting to complete this ambitious project, among all their other tasks,” said Bruno Finzi, Chairman of ORC. “We feel race managers and our customers will appreciate this effort to make the ORC system easier to access and understand, particularly among our many new users this year.” About ORC: For over 50 years ORC has managed and developed the IOR, IMS and now ORC rating systems used in inshore and offshore races, and for the past 20 years has organized annual World and European championship events, as well as hundreds of local and regional races and regattas in 45 countries around the world. It is the largest World Sailing-recognized measurement-based handicap system in world, issuing >10,000 certificates per year. www.orc.org
New Dates for 2022 ORC/IRC World Championship - add them in your schedule! After consultation between the Federazione Italiana Vela (FIV), the Unione Vela Altura Italiana (UVAI) and the Union Nationale pour la Course au Large (UNCL), the Offshore Racing Congress (ORC), the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) and the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS), the dates for the 2022 ORC/IRC World Championship have been changed. The new dates for the event will be from 23 June to 1 July 2022. A large fleet is expected to take part, with organization and race management provided by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda. The new dates will avoid any overlap with the Rolex Giraglia regatta scheduled for mid-June. The Notice of Race for the 2022 ORC/IRC World Championship will be published in June 2021, one year ahead of the regatta. About ORC & IRC: ORC and IRC are the only ratings systems recognized by World Sailing. ORC has managed and developed yacht rating systems for over 50 years starting with IOR, IMS and now ORC used for inshore and offshore races and local and regional races and regattas in 45 countries around the world. For the past 20 years the ORC has organized annual World and European championships. IRC was developed and managed for the past 33 years by the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) and its French counterpart, Union Nationale pour la Course au Large (UNCL), and is used in over 40 countries for local club regattas, continental championships and many of the world's premier ocean races.
Before the end of 2020 the new Code 10 will be revealed. A spectacular trailerable performance yacht built in carbon and equipped with canting keel! The Code 10 is the perfect daysailer and easy to sail with small crew. She is build by Code Yachts Shipyard and designed by Andrej Justin Follow us on this blog or on our Instagram / Facebook page for the latest on the launch of the Code 10. General specs Carbon-Airex foam-Araldite Epoxy sandwich hull, deck and bones, vacuum infusion, Durepox paintings Carbon prepreg Araldite epoxy mast, baum, bugsprit, Rod rig, carbon mainsail groove all by Pauger Carbon prepreg Araldite epoxy rudder and tiller with tiller extention Casted lead bulb, stainlesssteel keelconsole with carbon prepreg peel, 45ˇ canting Harken winches, blocks and cleats, Spinlock clutches 2pcs Harken 35.2STP and 2pcs 40.2PTP primary winch, 1pcs Harken 35.2STP pit winches FSE/Marlow dyneema ropes. Yanmar 10PS diesel with saildrive Windex®, Navigation led lights, Electric system, 55Ah battery International anti-slip paintings on deck
Racing-Yachts.com brokerage division is proud to announce the new listing: Landmark 43. She is certainly the best Landmark 43 around, and is truely in like new condition after an extensive refit. Designers: Mark MillsBuilders: Premier Composite Technologies Some highlights of the refit 2019: Deck, hull and underwatership new painted Keel installed and laminated to hull, Bottom longboarded, complete build up of barrier coat, anti fouling. Cockpit floor and seats with sea deck Steering pedestals and wheel repainted, steering shafts, bearings, chain, all replaced Push pit, pull pit and stanchions (spigots replaced against tubes laminated to hull / deck) clear carbon matt finish, new wires. Engine and saildrive completely overhauled by Volvo, new hoses, new wiring, new seals, new mastervolt 130amp alternator. Removed ceiling liners and under construction, faired and finished interior surfaces in fwd and aft cabins, Composite floor boards New aircon under the sink, K2 Marine K@KMSC18CK, 18000 BTU B&G Hercules H3000 refurbished by T&T, new network cabling, 3 x 20/20 and 1 GFD on Mast, 2 FFD in Cockpit, new Vulcan 7 plotter and network. New carbon rudder (same as Santa ORCi world champion 2018) deeper draft, higher pre-balance. Complete mast inspection, new halyard sheaves, new standing rigging (rod), new turnbuckles, Reckmann furler refurbished, new bearings , new profile connectors. New internal hydraulic mast jack / new mast butt and mast base. Brand new, never sailed Elvstroem Pentex C1, C2 Jibs, Mainsail, A2 and A1.5 (same design as Santa ORCi Worldchampion 2018) and the list goes on... Contact us for the full refit list
MAT Yachts announces their new model in collaboration with Mills design, the MAT1340. This 44’ IRC special is the result of an extensive R&D phase aimed at optimising under IRC both inshore and offshore and ended up with a solution significantly faster on corrected time than an aggressive ‘Mini-TP’ model. These features of medium/light displacement, fin keel, moderate sail area, and the option of twin rudders enable reduced crew numbers especially offshore. Mat Yachts: 'This is the fourth project with Mills design over 14 very productive years working together. Since the cooperation we have become successful worldwide with focus on high performance, cost-effective boat building, ensuring this new design has the best opportunity to succeed both inshore and offshore.' Sail world writes: 'So whilst the rules will continue not to favour the lightweight whiz-bang, it is important to remember that with the MAT 1340 you’ll have better behaviour and a kinder motion. It will be nicer to race, you have three full cabins and all the amenity that brings, a huge cockpit (especially without a pedestal), and it will still get up and be on the plane in a solid squirt. i.e. No ocean grading going on here.' She features: milled keel carbon stick rod rigging rigid vang Harken deck gear GENERAL INFO: Hull Length: 13.40Beam max: 4.24Draft: 2.65 mDisplacement: 7.150 kg ConstructionISO 12215 structural regulations category AHull, deck, bulkheads, interior components in PVC foam cored composite glass/carbon sandwichVacuum assisted resin infusion AccomodationRacer/cruiser interior Sleeps 8 3 cabins head with toilet and shower galley with stove and sink Click here for the SPECS =================================== Contact us for full specs and options via firstname.lastname@example.org