IRC Offshore 56

Developed in response to a request from a very experienced racing team, this proposal for a 56′ offshore orientated design reflected their focus on major offshore events. The focus was for a design able to beat the more inshore orientated TP 52s that are so competitive under IRC. Combining developments that would allow them to limit the crew size, this design focuses on light displacement and high form stability to ensure high performance across the wind range. One of the options shown was for a easily removable full width dodger protecting the front of the cockpit for more extreme conditions.

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