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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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Finally that movie that we would have liked to see live:





And meanwhile Groupama is almost claiming 3th, with a short jury rigged mast that is holding with a lot of stays

Even so they are doing 12, 15K sailing the boat very carefully and "slowly". Even faster than most cruisers we can see on the images a very "comfortable boat" and a "dry2 one. Put it back at 25K and goodbye comfort and water will be flying all around.

Don't miss that mast and rig that Cammas will proudly show to you:



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Just because it is a beautiful movie:

and makes me want to be in a boat, almost any boat:

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With a French sailor on an old cat:

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