Boat Reviews

Reichel/Pugh 62

by Sail Staff, Posted September 29, 2006
A very experienced bluewater cruiser commissioned this fast carbon/epoxy cruising yacht and believes that even with all unnecessary weight removed, the yacht will be comfortable and seaworthy. Lyman Morse is using pre-preg carbon and SCRIMP resin infusion to build the vessel. The design features a full range of onboard systems, including a complete hydraulic package for operating the sailhandling
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Southerly 46RS

by Sail Staff, Posted September 29, 2006
Northshore Yachts has led the way in developing swing-keel designs that sail well in all conditions. Their newest and largest model is this new 46-footer designed by Jason Ker in conjunction with the Northshore design team. The yacht’s key feature is a cast-iron grounding plate that ties into a web of frames and longitudinal stringers to create a strong and light structure that supports the keel.
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Berret Racoupeau

by Sail Staff, Posted September 29, 2006
Any notion that the demand for large sailing yachts is slackening should be put to rest by this latest project from the board of Jean Berret and Olivier Racoupeau. This 118-foot sloop has large picture windows that feature insulated liquid-crystal glass with variable opacity that can change the interior mood from full natural lighting to a cosy and intimate shaded effect.

The cockpit is


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Boat Reviews

J/65

by Kimball Livingston, Posted September 28, 2006

In the business world, planners often wonder whether a given model will “scale.” In the sailing world that’s not critical, but it’s interesting when it happens, and rarely has a design concept been carried as far as J Boats has gone with its new J/65. Two are in the water now, in the hands of experienced owners. While the interior spaces and systems were customized for each owner, the


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Waterwitch 48

by Charles Mason, Posted September 28, 2006
As president of the New York Jets football team, Jay Cross puts in his share of long hours. When it’s time to decompress, chances are he’ll be found out on the water. That’s nothing new. As a young sailor, Cross competed in 470 dinghies at the Olympic level and also designed and raced International 14s; in the early ‘80s his Cross III design was a world standard for the class. But his subsequent
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Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing’s Adil Khalid on his Second VOR

Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

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