, 2022-10-04 11:06:49,
The second week of Les Voiles de St Tropez kicks off today (October 4) with a record number of Maxi yacht entries – 46 – including high-performance regatta winners and showstopping modern classics. Here are some of the largest Maxis competing for the crown…
Jasi was delivered in 2018 as a Swan 115 flush deck model. She is constructed from lightweight foam and carbon cores in order to meet the strict weight requirements to keep this yacht up to her promised sailing prowess. On the technical side, sails are flown on a high modulus carbon mast and boom by Southern Spars with hydraulic upper and lower deflectors and ECSix carbon rigging.
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Builder: Yachting Developments
Silvertip is a born racer with a lightweight carbon composite hull designed by Dubois Naval Architects. She was delivered in 2001 and is often spotted on the regatta circuit, competing in a number of prestigious races around the world. Most recently, she took several wins at the Mastercard Superyacht Regatta in Auckland, New Zealand, and came third overall. Silvertip features a flush deck for ease of movement around the boat when racing and has a full complement of sails by North Sails, including a 572 sqm mainsail, paired with Southern Spars rigging.
Builder: Turquoise Yachts
Sold off market in September 2022 this sailing classic (formerly known as Simba) returns to the racecourse as Namuun….
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