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Beautiful presentation of the "Tjorn Runt" the classic race on the Swedish Archipelago.

Really incredible setting and a huge variety of boats. I have to say that the Nordic have a great taste for nice sailboats and we can see here a lot of them.


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Boats are not only for sail, some are more for living and the sailing comes as a way of moving the boat. If you want to maximize a boat for sailing the living space will be on the short size and if you maximize it for living then the sailing will not be good, just not too bad is good enough

That's about one of those boats that I am going to post, one that is made for living aboard, the Haber 34, another one that made its premiere at Dusseldorf. The boat is so new that is not even finished, but look at all interior space in a 34ft boat

















The truth is that this kind of boats are always expensive and this one is no exception. It costs 276 000 Euros with 19% German Vat but the truth is that this brand has its followers. For European Standards this a small cruiser but for Haber lovers this is a huge one. Look at their other boats:





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Interesting solution to the Vang issue with large deckhouses..... but the tackle must have some power unless it's hydraulic..
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I have already posted about the Malango, a very interesting boat. A nice movie about the 9.9:

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Paulo,

In that Transquadra clip (post 2204), there's a quick glimpse of someone marking the spreaders with tape. Do you know the reason for doing this?

Thanks for making living on the hard a bit less painful.

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Paulo,

In that Transquadra clip (post 2204), there's a quick glimpse of someone marking the spreaders with tape. Do you know the reason for doing this?

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The guy is putting a foam protection to prevent the mainsail to be harmed when put hard against the spreader while running downwind, or at least is what seems to me.

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And talking about the Transquadra, the front pack is just arriving:



Unless they broke something the victory on the duo crewed boats is not going to escape to Chanu and Peclard on a A35 but for second is a hot race with 3 boats very close, an A31, an A35 and precisely the JPK 110 that is on that movie.

Great race for all of them specially for the Franco Spanish team on the little A31 that is a big contender for the victory in compensated time. Well, anyway the boat name is Vitoria and that means Victory in Spanish

On solo big fight for the victory between a JPK 10.10 and a SunFast 32. Those two, Vicariot and Hamon made a fantastic race leaving all the other Solo sailors behind and are among the best duo crews. In fact they are 6th and 7th on a global classification. Chapeau

Tomorrow we should have movies of them coming to port.
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In that Transquadra clip (post 2204), there's a quick glimpse of someone marking the spreaders with tape. Do you know the reason for doing this?


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If you mark the spreaders at, say, 2 inch intervals it's easier to estimate clearance between a headsail and the spreader tip..it's a sailtrim aid.
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If you mark the spreaders at, say, 2 inch intervals it's easier to estimate clearance between a headsail and the spreader tip..it's a sailtrim aid.
A very efficient tuning trick, that of course only works with non overlapping headsails .
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If the survey is alright I will buy next week a boat near Trieste, on the Adriatic coast not far from Croatia.
Please keep us updated Paulo.
I'm certainly not the only one being very curious about your final choice!
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