THIS IS THE VIDEO OF FIRST SEA TRIAL

MAST TO BE INSTALLED IN FRANCE

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SAFE

Safety is criteria number 1 for us. Therefore, the innovative Spine Concept is using a wave piercing device as central hull.

RACE

Real performance for those who like fast cruising, they have racing pedigree hull with exceptional weight. Sail area is huge, yet easy to manage.

SPACE

With 44m2 on platforme, over 2.1m large hull and over 2.1m overall height ; Class 6 is above competition.

Class 6 is the only catamaran to offer SPINE CONCEPT. This is a third central hull that acts as a wave piercing device. You can position the mast wherever you want on this carbon spine. As any racing catamaran we moved mast aft on a central position compared with Charter oriented catamarans.  There are clear advantages to moving the mast back :

– A much longer usable living space forward of the mast (about 30% more than that of similar yachts).
– A perfect view when seated in front of the mast.
– A better balance of the yacht in motion.
– A smaller main sail but larger front sails. Therefore it is easier to handle for a couple.

Except for what comes out of mold, ALL LAYOUT & EQUIPMENT is custom. The owner is driving since the beginning of building process.

As today we have 2 Class 6 :
N°1 Sold to a naval architect and his wife doing upholstery. They plan round the world trip with kids and needed a catamaran able to work with. Therefore, the engine room has a complete working area for the Owner to work on hydraulics for customers ; his wife as complete free place on saloon to work with sails or fabrics sewing. Boat was delivered summer 2018. They received a bare boat as they want to install all equipment in France.

N°2 Sold to a retired couple. They will first go for round the world trip before reaching their secret island. Man his a healthy 70 years old who wanted to have complete assistance with hydraulic for boom furling, genaker furling, genoa furling, jib furling. Main sheet control is also assisted using two hydraulic ram inside the boom. She is being finished at shipyard by subcontractors.