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Two cruising sailboats that I am waiting with interest . Both are now at a finish stage and are very interesting.

The JPK 38, designed by JPK and a boat that will benefit from all "savoir faire" JPK had accumulated racing solo more the experience that he acquired building all those boats that race (and won) the Transquadra.

This one is really more a fast cruising concept, a sort of faster RM 1060, a boat that is designed with voyage in mind:











http://www.jpk.fr/modules/kameleon/u...PK_38FC_HD.pdf



And the bigger Iroise 46, an aluminium boat designed by two Pierre, Delion and Rolland, a light twin keel boat that seems very interesting, a voyage boat, but this one to make it a lot more comfortably (and more expensively).






They have a smaller version with a swing keel (12.20) that seems to be as interesting.





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Pierre Roland and Pierre Delion form one of the most interesting associations of the new generation Na. Both accomplished sailors have a very close relationship with racing and cruising personal experience.

Take a look at their sites and you will find very nice boats, some already posted here.

www.rolland-archi.com

Pierre Delion/ Architecture Navale, agence d'architectes navals pour la plaisance et les professionnels


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Don't miss this movie. Even without music if you love sailing boats you have to love this : The M34 race.

What a boat... great sailors, perfect conditions.

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Just beautiful: some days ago, snowing and sailing:


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As "clean" as it could be, a beautiful boat, the Brenta 60:

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On the Island of Providenciales (AKA Provo) Turks and Caicos, West Indies sloops are still built and raced. Pretty things to admire as they sail in the shoal waters.
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This is the first time that a cruiser heat my blood:


OK, the Pogo 12.50 heat my blood too, but this a cruiser version of a class 40 racer.
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This is the first time that a cruiser heat my blood:

Beneteau Sense 50 video - Yachting World - YouTube

OK, the Pogo 12.50 heat my blood too, but this a cruiser version of a class 40 racer.
Hi!, Make no mistake, the boat sails well, has a great interior but is not a performance boat. Even the Benetau Oceanis 48 will be faster.

That hull shape in this case has to do with stability, ease of sailing and sailing with low angles of heel, not with speed. Nothing to do with the Pogo 12.50 or the new 50.

Now, on that size and if I would want to dream, this would not be a bad dream…and a fast one





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Also from Luca Brenta (the same from the last daysailer) Ghost, a 122ft cruiser. Not bad


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