A high performance IRC Racer/Cruiser with the minimum of dual-purpose features to create a genuine all-rounder
This dual-use 19.5m performance IRC proposal builds on the success of Mini-Maxis like Alegre, the latest in large racing yachts – faster and more powerful than previous generations, and adds the minimum of features necessary for an owner to be able to enjoy a thoroughbred off the racetrack as well. This is enabled by the design characteristic of increased stability without performance loss in the light producing a true all-rounder which fits perfectly into IRC.
More detail is contained in the large Proposal PDF (5MB) available above for download. Anyone interested in a new design building on this proposal can contact us for more information including a copy of the 3d eDrawings model.
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