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Description
The principal goal has been to create a fast boat but at the same time easy to sail and to get to maximum performance. The main objective has been to find the correct balance between the different kind of use, from windward-leeward races to offshore racing or cruising, obtaining a true all-round with an optimal balance between upwind and downwind performance both in light and strong winds.

The design is the result of the work of Italia Yachts Chief Designer, the Naval Architect Matteo Polli, strong of the previous design experiences with the Italia Yachts range and the M37, one of the most successful boats in the ORCi history. Matteo Polli has been co-working with Matteo Ledri (one of the few Italian to be involved in the latest edition of the America's Cup - CapeHornEngineering) for the computational fluid dynamics analysis and with the designer Kristian Macchiut (KMD) for the style of the interiors and deck.
  • Last ORC GPH rate: 630,5
  • Last IRC rate: 1,010
  • Builder: Italia Yachts
  • Designer: Matteo Polli / Italia Yachts Design Team / KMD Design
  • Sail number: ITA 998
  • Fuel: 60l
  • Water: 100l
Engine
  • Engines: Volvo Penta 20CV
  • Propeller: folding propeller racing version
Accommodations
  • Berth numbers: 4+2
  • Cabin numbers: 2
  • Shower: Yes
  • Stove:
  • WC:
  • Accommodations notes: The interior of IY 9.98 is divided in 2 cabins, one head (aft) and the central saloon that incorporates dinette, galley and chart table. The modern design surfaces in gelcoat is designed so that it can be functional in both racing and cruising. Some parts, such as closets and cabinets are made of fabric and can be removed to lighten the displacement in the race. The deck is made of marine plywood finished in laminate color choice. The 2 doors (head and aft cabin) have thresholds and are finished with aluminium techniques frames to increase endurance sports usage.
Galley
  • Stove: 2 burner gas stove
  • Fridge: 80 liter cell fridge
  • Galley: The " L" galley consists of a sink with mixer tap folding, a generous 80 liter cell fridge, a kitchen tilting 2 burner gas stove, drawers and other compartments.
Navigation
  • Electronics: B&G H5000
  • GPS: B&G
  • VHF: Raymarine
  • Automatic pilot: Raymarine
  • Plotter: B&G Vulcan 7
  • Navigation instruments: 3 Jumbos
Electrical
  • Batteries:
  • Battery charger:
  • Water heater
  • Generator
  • Invertor
  • Electrical notes: Electrical and lighting The panel is located above the chart table, where there are the circuit breakers for each service board, digital gauges for tank level and battery status. In a practical and accessible technical space dedicated to the electrical system, it is placed a 100 Ah battery while the engine battery 55Ah is positioned below the bed of the stern. The interior is well lit with LED spotlights creating a warm atmosphere in any room.
Spars&Rigging
  • Mast: Aluminium
  • Boom: Aluminium
  • Spinnaker pole: Carbon
  • Bowsprit
  • Tuff Luff: Yes
  • Hydraulic
  • Backstay ajuster
  • Mast Jack
  • Standing rigging: discontinuous spiral cable in 1x19, with turnbuckles
  • Running rigging: in Dyneema® and in particular: a main halyard, jib halyard, spinnaker halyard at the masthead.
  • Spars and rigging notes: The mast is made of aluminum with high performance profile and tapered, armed 9/10 - 2 swept spreaders of 21° to facilitate the roach flakes, and has a rail for the pole. The boom in aluminum hides inside the hoist tense-base. The rigging is discontinuous spiral cable in 1x19, with turnbuckles. The lands of the shrouds are in the hull. The forestay, also in spiral cable 1x19, complete with plastic foil. The backstay is in low-stretch textile with stick lifting. The rigging is in Dyneema® and in particular: a main halyard, jib halyard, spinnaker halyard at the masthead.
Sails
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  • Jibs
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  • Sails notes: Mainsail Carbon , Jib Carbon, Spinnaker, Transport Main and Jib Dacron.
Deck Equipment
  • Winches: 6 Harken perfoma
  • Blocks:
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  • Cockpit:
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Construction
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Race Results
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Safety Equipment
  • CE Registration: Yes
  • Fire-extinguishers: Yes
  • EPIRB: Yes
  • Liferaft: Yes
  • Safety equipment notes: Full equipment.
Extra
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Other
  • Keel: Cast steel keel fin
  • Construction notes: Carbon hull. Lead bulb and minimal internal ballast.
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