PRICE REDUCTION J-120 MAVERICK Ready for the ORC Worlds in Scheveningen! this J120 has been meticulously prepared and extensively set up for doublehanded racing. With an impressive race record, she is arguably the fastest J-120 in Dutch and UK competitions – including the full-crewed J-120s. Palmares Race record includes class wins and podium places in the RORC East Coast Race (3X), Cowes-St. Malo Race, Cowes-Cherbourg Race, Around North Holland, 50 Miles Doublehanded, Bruine Bank Race, Ijspegel Series, and the Dutch Doublehanded Championships. Finished the 2017 Dutch Doublehanded Series in second place, and 6th in the RORC series. General GPH 603.3 Builder J-Composit Faired and epoxied (6X) hull Antifouling 2 coats Nautix 2017 2 blade folding propellor Well maintained engine new anode 2017 J-120 J-120s continue to enjoy strong popularity and are regularly cited as one of the top cruiser-racers. With a large rudder, fuller keel and high ballast ratio compared to many newer racers, the J-120 is forgiving and easily controlled in heavy conditions, hence an ideal choice for offshore racing and passage making. Maverick is not only a top race boat but also boasts comfortable accommodations in three cabins, with full amenities for cruising comfort. More info: https://www.racing-yachts.com/j-120-j-boats-286.html
Marking the 20th anniversary year of the Farr 40 class, the strongest country-based fleet in the world are assembling their finest teams for the end of season national championship in Sydney, 17 to 19 March, 2018. Reigning titleholder Martin Hill and HillPDA Racing team displayed imposing form when they took out last month’s NSW title, but only once a countback separated first from the Outlaws in the runner-up position. “We are looking forward to the challenge and expecting, as always, tough competition with many snakes and ladders,” Hill said this week. Tom and Alan Quick’s Outlaw was right in Hill’s face that series, and there’s a presumption the pair will resume the same intense rivalry when they come together this Saturday within the mixed fleet for the opening day of racing offshore. Sunday 18 March and Monday 19 March will play out on Sydney Harbour with a course area to be determined each morning by the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron’s race officer Rob Ridley. Final showdown - Sails A celebration of the class’ extraordinary 20-year milestone is tinged with some sadness at the announcement that dual Australian Farr 40 champion (2006 & 2007) Lang Walker has officially retired from competition. Australian Farr 40 president Gordon Ketelbey said: “We acknowledge Lang’s outstanding long-term contribution to the class over many many seasons, both as a fierce competitor and sponsor. Lang’s Kokomo campaigns were always top notch and in turn the overall fleet quality at the time of his team’s dominance rose accordingly.” In addition to HillPDA and Outlaw, Ketelbey suggests Sam Hill’s Forty could easily feature in the top three, as could Jeff Carter’s Edake, winner of two of the three pointscore regattas staged across the summer months and last year’s Corinthian Farr 40 Australian Champion. Among the Victorians, Rob Davis and Andy Baker from Sandringham showed at the recent NSW title what a couple of hard Sydney seasons can do for overall form, finishing on the podium in three of the seven races with Nutcracker. he traditional Farr 40 finals home, the RSYS built on the picturesque Kirribilli waterfront, will host the Melbourne and Sydney fleet of eight one designs to determine the 2017/18 National Championship: John Calvert-Jones Trophy winner. Up to four races per day starting from 1100hrs are scheduled and the long-range forecast for the weekend indicates nor’easters building to 15 knots in the afternoon. List of entries: Double Black – Rob Pitts, Sandringham Yacht Club and MHYC Estate Master – Martin Hill, MHYC Edake – Jeff Carter, MHYC Exile – Rob Reynolds, MHYC Forty – Sam Hill, RSYS Nutcracker – Rob Davis & Andy Baker, SYC Outlaw – Alan & Tom Quick, Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Zen – Gordon Ketelbey, MHYC farr40.asn.au From Sails Magazine Check out the full article: http://www.sailsmagazine.com.au/final-showdown/ contact Racing-Yachts team if you are looking for a Farr 40
Excellent opportunity to buy an amazing racer ready to sale for a good price. Fully equipped Fast Wave 40 Race from 2000, total refit done in 2008! She is an open class sailing yacht, Bermuda (sloop). Trailer for land plus all regatta equipment is included. She is ready to race palmares 2008-2017: - 1st place in Slovenian cup series (overall); 8 times- 1st place (overall) Vis regatta; 2 times- 1st place (overall) Fiumanka regatta- 1st place (overall) Eastern regatta- 1st place (class) Barcolana regatta; 2 times- 15th place (overall) Barcolana regatta; 3 times- 42 overall victories in 10 years in SLO, CRO and ITA
Bach Yachting is proud to represent G-Force Yachts in the Benelux. G-Force Yachts's range consits of the X-Treme 26, 32, 37 and a 40 foot is in the process! X-Treme 37 Amongst the first production yachts of its kind, the X-Treme 37 is an extraordinary performer designed by the awardwinning Yacht Designers Reichel/Pugh and built using technology previously only used for one-off custom yachts. This ground breaking methodology results in a powerful,super-fast, one design race yacht, with uncompromising up and downwind capabilities.The yacht is designed for maximum thrills and excitement while remaining simple to sail, in both inshore and ocean racing events. Full carbon, including interior and spars, the X-Treme 37 is atthe cutting edge of performance racing! X-Treme 32 A top quality offshore racer while keeping in mind handicap systems and One Design regulations. The X-Treme 32 boosts a TCC of 1.156 and a GPH of 524. That might be considered a lot for a 32’ racer, however she will not be just fast, she will be very fast and will demonstrate performances never shown on the water before by any 32 feet fixed keel monohull. Furthermore, she will complywith CE A regulations.The X-Treme 32 is not a bigger version of the X-Treme 26, it is a smaller version of our race winning all carbon X-Treme 37. The result speaks for itself. The X-Treme 32 is a flat-out racer, built in vinylester with a core, a carbon rig and carbon boom, and rod rigging, and will be delivered with a 12hp inboard diesel engine. An all-round fun racer... Built to last... Built to win! X-treme 26 1- a racer with unbeatable up- and downwind performances2- a top quality racer with a wide spectrum of racing possibilities3- a racer that would bring sailors from around the World together The X-Treme 26 has been developed with the valuable input of sailors from all disciplines, from ocean racers to dinghy sailors. The end result is a top notch racer that can sail in light airs on a lake or in heavy offshore conditions, whether it is One Design or in handicap systems… We are proud to present to you the Swiss Army knife of sportsboats.
Visit us at Boot Düsseldorf. Discover the latest updates on our entire line of carbon-hybrid MCCAT performance cruising multihulls. Developed by McConaghy and renowned designer Jason Ker, the MC50, MC60, MC77, MC82, and MC90 each feature clean lines, apartment style living and overall open and modern dynamics that simultaneously enable more comfortable cruising and better performance. Find out more at Boot Düsseldorf. Hall 15 • Stand 15A41 • 20 - 28 January, 2018
NEW 2018 ORC RULES AND 2018 VPP NOW AVAILABLE Minor changes to the VPP results in better rating accuracy, and new rules allow for better measurement standards, less restrictions on build materials, more clear formulations on simple scoring options, and other improvements Milan, Italy -- The Offshore Racing Congress (ORC) is pleased to announce that this year's 2018 ORC Rules and the 2018 Velocity Prediction Program (VPP) used for generating certificates, Speed Guides, Target Speeds and other products is now available to Rating Officers worldwide as well as the public in the ORC's online Sailor Services system. For Rating Officers, they may now start issuing 2018 certificates according to their policies, even while some areas will continue to use their 2017 ratings for the remainder of their winter or antipodal summer seasons.For the VPP, improvements in the Aero- and Hydrodynamic formulations based on CFD research conducted by Jason Ker and other designers on the ORC International Technical Committee has caused an increase in upwind rated speeds for most boats and also a slight increase in downwind speed too. In addition, work on improving the induced drag formulations from the rudder and a more realistic treatment of the effect of transverse crew weight position in light air has also increased the accuracy of the new VPP, with the overall rating changes between boats in the fleet kept to within a modest 0.5%.For the IMS (International Measurement System) there are some clarifications in measurement procedures which should help improve their accuracy, the use of carbon in structures without penalty is now more clearly defined, and some rules have been modified to be more closely aligned with the Equipment Rules of Sailing (ERS) of World Sailing.For the ORC Rating Rules, the limits on use of carbon in construction is now more closely aligned to modern boatbuilding standards, a modification of RRS 49.2 makes hiking easier to control, minimum crew weights are now defined when needed, course lengths have a prescribed accuracy for scoring, and explanations of the formulations used in simple scoring options are now more clearly defined as well.In the ORC Green Book rules for championship events there are several new guidelines that included suggested and mandatory use of scoring software, race management software and tracking systems in future events, as well as new definitions of the CDL limits for Class A, Class B and Class C based on the new VPP ratings for 2018. These are:Class A: 16.5 ≥ CDL > 11.6 Class B: 11.6 ≥ CDL > 9.8 Class C: 9.8 ≥ CDL > 8.6And on ORC International and ORC Club certificates, the Minimum Crew Weight now appears in the Crew Weight box, the "Ocean for PCS" pre-selected course is renamed to "Coastal / Long Distance", and the HHW measurement is now added to the headsail graphic.The 2018 VPP is now uploaded to the ORC's unique Sailor Services system, where test certificates can be run for a nominal fee based on existing or modified certificate data for any one of over 100,000 measurement records in the ORC database of certificates issued in the last nine years, and even more from the pre-2004 IMS certificate database. For only €12 a test certificate can be run to determine what a boat's new rating will be in 2018, including the effects of changes to crew weight, sail dimensions, rig parameters or other changes in measurement. This web-based self-service system is unique to the world's measurement-based rating systems and demonstrates the ORC's dedication to fairness and transparency in rating science.The Sailor Services system is available to anyone after registering with free log-in access at www.orc.org/sailorservices, where instructions are available in English and eight other languages. A Quick Guide for the system is also available on the ORC homepage at www.orc.org.For designers and those interested in running their own test certificates, the ORC Designer VPP is also now available for purchase and download from the Software tab of the ORC homepage."Our technical team has been working hard since the Annual Meeting in November to do the necessary programming, de-bugging and rule writing based on what was approved by the Congress," said Bruno Finzi, Chairman of ORC. "I'm proud they have once again reached their completion target date and have these rules available and ready for use by ORC rating offices, designers and the handicap racing public around the world. We feel confident these rules will further improve the competitiveness, fairness and transparency for all those racing throughout the ORC community, from Sportboats to Superyachts." For more information on ORC and its rules, classes and events, visit www.orc.org.
FARR 52 OD description by owner Owners are keen to sell this mostly updated Farr 52 One Design, that they acquired back in 2003 from George Collins in USA, the last Privateer that raced the VOR. She is a full carbon racing yacht built on an One Design prescription in 2000 from Carroll Marine USA, and untill today had only the two owners mentioned. One Design translates to strong, long lasting, well thought, unbreakable, all round, fast, no rule compromise and perfectly equipped with Hall carbon spars, Lewmar, Harken, Spinlock, Navtec gear and Yanmar engine. But One Design from Bruce Farr means more than anything else User Friendly. Team Optimum, coming from a 36-footer, managed in their second season only(2004) to win the Aegean Rally and the Rolex Middle Sea Race (in IRC & IMS) back to back with a crew of usual suspects (amateurs). In 2008 ORCi World Championship we finished 5th overall and 1st Corinthians and in 2016 ORCi European Championship 9th overall. OPTIMUM 3 has reached the podium in the Aegean Rally 11 times, including 5 times 1st. She has always been dry-sailed, spending no more than 60 days per year in the water, the rest on its US made custom cradle. OPTIMUM 3 has been maintained and upgraded rigorously. Nowadays, she sports a 2,05 meter carbon bowsprit, flies 300 sqm masthead spinnakers that are lowered through a new XL bow hatch and hoists a 100+ sqm mainsail with a square top of 1,6m supported by 3 carbon battens/systems that slide on a special glued-on low profile Hall Spars/Antal dual mast groove track that has proved extremely efficient and versatile. The B&G/Ockham electronics package is PC driven, updated and runs Deckman and Expedition tactical software and all info needed is readily available on any smart screen on board through extended Wi-Fi. Navtec Hydraulics for boomvang, outhaul and at the mast step are fully operational and are reliable solutions to control the loads even in gale force conditions like the ones we encountered in 2004, 2007 and 2014 in the Rolex Middle Sea Race. MORE INFO https://www.racing-yachts.com/farr-52-62.html
Limassol, Cyprus: Registration for the 2018 ORC European Championship, in Limassol, Cyprus is now open and the Notice of Race is officially posted. This Championship regatta will be the third in a line of three consecutive events, with the Famagusta Nautical Club also organizing the 2018 Optimist Mediterranean Championship (21st - 25th August), followed by the 2018 Optimist World Championship (27th August to 6th September) and finally ending with the big event of the ORC European Championship held over 8-15 September. After two days of measurement and registration, racing will start on Monday, September 10th with an Offshore Race, with the following four days dedicated to Inshore buoy racing and Saturday 15th September allocated as a Reserve Day and also for the Awards and Closing Ceremony. Three classes will compete, with a maximum of 50 entries in each class, and winners in each class will be awarded 2018 European ORC Champion titles, in addition to Corinthian prizes for the top all-amateur teams in each class. There will also be a fourth class competing at the ORC European Championship, and although entries will not be eligible for the 2018 European ORC Champion titles, they will be sailing for the ORC Challenge Perpetual Trophy. This so-called "Class D" will be part of all the festivities of the Europeans and will include yachts that do not fall within the range of CDL limits yet will still need to have either a valid ORCi Certificate OR a valid ORC Club Certificate with potential for future upgrade to ORCi. This Class will be sailing under a different Notice of Race and race area orceuropean2018.com www.orc.org
Very nice racer-cruiser for sale equipped with a full new set of Olympic Macros Sails produced in 2017 (1 Main, 3 jibs, 3 kites) also same sails Doyle Stratis produced in 2014 + Doyle Cruising laminate Main and jib for delivery. More info: https://www.racing-yachts.com/bolt-37-277.html ARTICLE SAHORSE MAGAZINE: fast and fun can be affordable and accessible Designed by Ker Yacht Design Ker Yacht Design , widely considered the leaders in this field of yacht design with a uniquely proven ability to produce smaller high performance race-boats that are competitive under IRC.Aimed squarely at the owner who while being excited by the TP’s and 40’ Racers on the market, chooses to apportion a much smaller budget to their racing and be closer in speed to the production cruiser-racers which make up a typical local fleet.Purpose built for handicap racing under IRC and ORCi, the Bolt 37’ is exciting to sail, and very fast for its size, but at the same time the parameters have been selected with a careful eye on the rating rules. Extensive CFD based optimisation techniques have led to lower hydrodynamic resistance but a particular effort has also been made to ensure the yacht is forgiving to sail, making it easier for the crew to extract its full performance potential.Designs from the Ker office have achieved many successes on the race course and have won many international trophies around the world, at regattas and classic offshore races.Key features of the design include: High adrenaline sailing, but with a fair rating. Excellent value. Modern ergonomic flush deck. Powerful sail plan but moderate wetted surface area ensures good performance in all wind conditions. 3.5m maximum beam allows trucking/towing without police escort in many countries. ISO Cat 1 Compliance. Bewaren Bewaren Bewaren