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The A13 hits the waves!
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Another pic of the A13.

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Fareast 28R: Rüsselracer aus dem fernen Osten - Yachten + Jollen*|*YACHT.DE

After the 31R Far East is building a 28R, too. It will be made in epoxy instead of carbon, has an aluminium mast and will be easier to handle. Price is 42k€ including main, jib and gennaker. A competitive boat at a competitive price.
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Another pic of the A13.

Not a bad debut...
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I am however surprised, that they are not offering a ballasted swing keel or lifting keel (as in the A27) option for their A13 Cruiser version. Standard draft is 2.6m !
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Amazing Transquadra: Close to the finish Sun Fast 3600 is leading just 0.1nm(!) before JPK 10.80.

Isn't there any A35r?
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The winner was JPK on his JPK and a A35 was first on solo. More information and some movies on my blog.


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[QUOTE=PCP;798409]The biggest composite sailboat in the world, Hetairos with 197".

Mirabella V, now M5, was and still is the largest composite sailboat in the world (recently refitted from 75m to 78m length overall)
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Dehler 46: I don't know wether she's fast or not - but she's definately sexy!

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Dehler 46: I don't know wether she's fast or not - but she's definately sexy!

For some man a skiny lady would be sexy, for others a big one. For me is not only about shape and look. In the case of boats, from a poor sailors point of view, this one looks a bit sumptuous.

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Dehlers have always been good looking boats. I'd prefer to give up a couple of feet of waterline in exchange for a bit of bow overhang though - it would look even better that way.

Anchor handling would be a lot easier too.

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