LOA: 9.43 m Beam: 3,07 m Draft: 2,10 m Displacement: 2490 kg Ballast: 950 kg
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Optimized by Farr Design, keel and bowsprit. Engine refit 2017 Antifouling international VC 17 with grafit in perfect condition Last wins: regatas Juan de la Cosa, Colombina, Palos lagos, copa diputación de Huelva.
Last ORC GPH rate: 616,9
Builder: Ovington Marine
Designer: Farr Design
Sail number: FRA-18323
Engines: Yanmar 1GM10 9CV
Propeller: New engine 2013
Electronics: Electrónica B&G Hydra 2000
Navigation instruments: 5 displayes
Battery number: 2
Spinnaker pole: Carbon
Sails notes: 5 Spy's - 4 Light NorthSail( 2 good conditions, 2 medium) - 1 Heavy 1 Assymetric (Very good condition) Main -Regatta North Pentex 2014 (Very good condition) -Transport Dacron 2015 (Very good condition) Jibs - 2 Light (Good Condition) - 1 Medium (Good Condition) - 1 Solent Norht Pentex (Good Condition) - 5 additional Jibs for transportation, sailing and training
Winches: 4 Harken
Ropes: Gottifredi Maffioli.
Designer Comments: Our goal in developing the Farr 30 was to create a state-of-the-art offshore one- design that would be fast and exciting, yet uncomplicated and economical. We set about the design of the Farr 30 with a "clean sheet of paper" in that there are no rating rule driven compromises in performance. Our experience in Whitbread 60's and American's Cup boats gave us confidence that incredible light air speed does not necessarily require large overlapping jibs. Fractional rigs are preferred over mast head rigs for upwind performance and easy handling, but with no arbitrary rule restrictions, masthead spinnakers will turbo-charge the boat downwind. The symmetrical vs. asymmetrical spinnaker debate is a non-issue. Each has its advantages and place, so we have allowed for both, making the Farr 30 today's most versatile downwind boat.
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