Raymarine Congratulates SAIL's 2015 Best Boats Winners! - Sail Magazine

Raymarine Congratulates SAIL's 2015 Best Boats Winners!

it would be hard to imagine a greater diversity of modern design styles than those comprising the SAIL Magazine Best Boats class of 2015. From a cutting-edge carbon cat to an aluminum sloop expressly designed to nudge aside icebergs, the winners of this year’s Best Boats contest have it all.
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It would be hard to imagine a greater diversity of modern design styles than those comprising the SAIL Magazine Best Boats class of 2015. From a cutting-edge carbon cat to an aluminum sloop expressly designed to nudge aside icebergs, the winners of this year’s Best Boats contest have it all.

By Nigel Calder, Adam Cort, Charles J. Doane, Tom Dove & David Schmidt

Flagship Monohull

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Gunfleet 58

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Flagship multihull

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Gunboat 55

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Monohull 41-50ft

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Garcia Exploration 45

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Monohull 31-40ft

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Xc 35

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Multihull 41-50ft

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Fountaine Pajot Saba 50

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Multihull 31-40ft

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Dragonfly 32

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Performance Monohull #1 (30 Ft & under)

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C&C 30

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Performance Monohull #2 (30 Ft & under)

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Seascape 27

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SAIL's Innovation Award

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Morris Ocean Series 48 GT

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Small Boat

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Topper Topaz Argo

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See all the nominees here

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