Concubine, the first of our latest PCT 45 IRC racing design from Premier Composite Technologies in Dubai was launched in Adelaide. She is planning an extensive season of racing both inshore and offshore, which suits the designs strengths. “The PCT 45 is intended to be a very flexible platform” stated designer Mark Mills “to allow moding for the requirements of different clients, or between two different condition sets a boat may compete in”. The lightweight design is slightly wider and deeper than average to ensure enough power upwind and offwind in a breeze.
Initial feedback has been very positive with Concubine now in Sydney to prepare for the Rolex Sydney to Hobart Race. Images from the CYC Trophy event where she placed second in a class dominated by TP52’s by Andrea Francolini .
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