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This new 33 footer, is built by infusion method with epoxy resin and carbon fiber hull, at Sevilla, has been designed by Iñigo Echenique which was in charge of the project of the first Spanish entry for the America´s Cup as well as co-designer of the 3/4 ton World Champion in 1993 and 1994.
A limited edition is under construction and the first boat will be sailing this summer. With a large cockpit for its size, the deck layout is prepared for reduced crew handling. The keel and bulb are cast in lead with a weight of 1700 kg and are encapsulated in fibreglass.
There are two different versions of the sail plan: the first with a fixed carbon fiber bowsprit with a roller gennaker, and a second one with a retractable bowsprit and an asymmetric spinnaker. In both cases the genoa is 110% overlapped. Two of the first five boats are provided with carbon fiber masts. LOA is 10m with a beam of 3.33. Draft is 2.10m with a displacement of 3800 kg.
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