El nuevo Azzurra diseño del estudio Botín & Partners hace su debut en Palmavela como campeonato de entrenamiento para la temporada 2012. En la bahia de Palma ya estaban entrenando hoy Quantum, Gladiator, Ran y mañana se suma el barco argentino.
Nueva extensión de popa para el Jethou que tiene la curiosidad de llevar la botavara del ex Copa America Victory Challenge. La original del barco se partió y pudieron encontrar esta que entraba en medidas casi a la perfección
La flota Wally siempre presente en Palmavela aunque este año un tanto diezmada en cantidad.
Since the question of IMOCA potentially moving to a monotype design was raised in October 2011 Owen Clarke Design have been working on some potential solutions aimed at simplifying the Open 60, reducing the loads on the skippers and after discussions with potential builders, looking if there is a potential to reduce the cost (per unit) of the boats.
Primarily we have undertaken this work internally (not for external use) in order to be able to better understand the challenges and comment with some understanding when being questioned by our existing, future clients and the media with regard to the question; mono-type or prototype?
The J/70 Speedster (22.75 feet) is J/Boats’ first ramp-launchable keelboat – designed to fulfill the growing need for an easy-to-own, high performance one-design that is exciting to sail, stable enough sailboat for the family, and built to last. With fleet discussions underway around the world, J/70 is on-track to take the world by storm in 2012.
- Large comfortable cockpit with open transom
- Deck-stepped carbon mast with single spreaders
- Three sail inventory with masthead A-Sail
- Vertical lifting bulb keel
- Small cabin for storage and personal privacy
- Easy to trailer and ramp launch
15 March 2012, 1:58 pm 2016 Equipment Evaluation Trials Commence On 17 March
Santander are to host the 2016 Olympic Equipment Evaluation
2016 Women’s Skiff and Mixed Multihull Evaluation
From 17-25 March 2012, Women’s Skiff and Mixed Multihull evaluations for the 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition will take place at the Prince Felipe High Performance Sailing Centre, Santander, Spain.
Around 44 sailors from 23 countries, including Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain, France, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, Sweden, Thailand and USA, are expected to make the journey to Santander.