A stylish racer suitable for shorthanded daysailing.
A competitive 60′ IRC Racer has to be light, stiff, and powerful while a shorthanded daysailer needs to be visually stunning, quick, and easy to handle. The combination of these requirements produces an incredibly sexy fast and fun design which will turn heads everywhere it goes.
The final balance between grace, handling, and performance can be defined through factors such as beam, draft, and sail area. In particular the benefits of powered sail handling and the ability to vary power by altering the draft and having two different sail plans offers a significant moding capability to help deliver on the different requirements. At this size there is sufficient interior volume to guarantee an open and inviting interior space, with the potential for limited accommodation if desired.
Our experience racing and winning in big boat fleets in the Med in recent years with boats like
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