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|Wednesday, 02 March 2011 12:46|
Single handed sailing
There are no aftstay and backstays - because of 30° spreaders there is no need.
Self furling jib - Self-tacking jib
Main can be easily hoisted or lowered with the help of ball bearing cars
The lazyjack helps to put the main away fast and in an orderly manner.
All manoevers are completely controlled out of the cockpit
Inboard engine helps you going in and out of port
Dinamica RS 940 has a fast hull.
Minimum wet surface area for light winds and maximum WL-length (9,40 m) for winds over 10kn.
The Naval Architect Claudio Maletto , who, besides being himself a Worldchampion, has a great experience as technical Director of the Luna Rossa Team during the America’s Cup and his projects have won 11 worldchampionships.
The percentage of the ballast of keel is 53 %.
3-4 person are enough to make a perfect regatta crew
Available upon request with a greater sail surface.
Be the first one to cross the finish line!
Family friendly sailing
7 friends can join you in the spacious Cockpit.
The helmsman has all maneuvers close to him.
Security is most important.
In a few seconds jib and main are lowered or 1 or 2 reefs put in.
The up to 15 hp big motor takes you back into the harbour in no time.
Anchor in a nice bay.
Sunbathing on foredeck or aft.
The shower is in the Cockpit.
A drink from the fridge, eating grilled fish in the cockpit,
everything is possible.
A good looking, elegant sail boat
Safe construction, category CE: C or B
Can be sailed single handed, all manoeuvres are let into the cockpit
You can sail alone and manage the Gennaker or Code 0
The furling jib is self-tacking
Aft stays and running stays don’t exist because there are not necessary
With inboard engine to reach the harbour fast and easily in case of too much wind or no wind
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 November 2011 15:02|