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New Boats Table


Series builds TYPE


B38 Match NEO 350


www.neoyachts.com Enavigo 38 Arcona 380


11.68m Andrej Justin 11.28m Stefan Qviberg


www.arconayachts.com


Tyker 40/3 Akilaria RC3


MC38


12.18m Guillaume Verdier 12.18m Marc Lombard


11.52m Dunning & Associates www.mcconaghyboats.com Melges 40


Botín IRC 40 Botín HPR40


12.18m Botín Partners 12.18m Botín Partners


12.2m Botín Partners www.mcconaghyboats.com


Humphreys Class40 12.18m Humphreys Yacht Design C40 MkII GP


www.pct.ae/carkeek40 Mach 40 HH42 12.18m Sam Manuard 12.6m Judel-Vrolijk www.hh42performance.com


Pogo 40S3 Neo 400


Ker 40+ 12.18m Finot-Conq


12.19m Giovanni Ceccarelli 12.12m Ker Yacht Design


www.mcconaghyboats.com Soto 40


Sydney GTS43 Arcona 410


12.3m Soto Acebal 13.03m Ker Design


12.2m Stefan Qviberg www.arconayachts.com


Landmark 43 ES44


Carkeek 440


13.1m Mills Design 13.35m Tim Kernan


www.carkeekdesignpartners.com


Premier Composites, Dubai Eastport Sailing Yachts


13.33m Carkeek Design Partners Premier Composites


Nov 2007 May 2012


Nov 2015 M Boats


Sydney Yachts Arcona Yachts


Dec 2008 Nov 2011


Oct 2014


Chantier Structures Neo Yachts, Bari


McConaghy Boats


Oct 2013 Feb 2014


Feb 2015 JPS Productions Oct 2011 Hakes Marine/Hudson Yachts Feb 2013 Ocean Tec, Slovenia 12.2m Carkeek Design Partners Premier Composites July 2013 March 2014


Premier Composites, Dubai McConaghy Boats


McConaghy Boats


June 2016 April 2013


May 2013 FR Nautisme MC-Tec, Tunisia McConaghy Boats


May 2012 April 2012


Sept 2011 Croatia Arcona Yachts


Aug 2013 Nov 2014


in association with the Spinlock Special Projects Team


LOA DESIGNER 11.5m Danish Marine Design


BUILDER Pauger Composites/Sailfish 10.6m Ceccarelli Yacht Design NEO Yachts


FIRST LAUNCH COMMENTS May 2015


Oct 2015 A new Hungarian one-design for match-race competitions


With many of the same features as the NEO 400, the 350 is a very fast boat on the water with a special eye taken to avoid pointless penalties under ORC and IRC. The boat can be rigged for symmetric chutes or A sails; a water-ballast option is available


Are these genuine new HPR designs, or is that just a handy catch-all for a non-specific boat type?


Designer Stefan Qviberg’s latest hull form flies in strong winds and is impressively stiff to windward, while her interior reflects Arcona Yachts’ attention to detail and Swedish roots – all handcrafted in farmed Khaya mahogany


The latest iteration of Verdier’s production Class 40 family Two examples of the latest model sold, taking the total towards 35 boats!


Harry Dunning’s low-freeboard flyer offers a super cool – and cool-looking – way into the growing mid-sized ‘HPR-style’ pure performance arena at a pretty remarkable price. 25 boats have already been built with three more currently on order


Long-awaited, much anticipated. Carbon canting-keel inshore-only flat-out race one-design The first modern IRC design at the mid-size from Botín – series run planned


Marcelo Botín enters the HPR market… Good for the designers and similarly good for HPR. This production-built design takes full advantage of extensive CFD and VPP work with a very refined hull and appendages package


Boat no1 greatly impressed her rivals with her pace in the 2013 TJV


Another one for the nascent Fast 40s. Particular attention has been paid to developing a hull form that planes downwind easily but that also delivers a competitive performance in light air. The latest boat will shortly head to the UK for Peter Morton


The first Class40 with in-line shrouds. Five examples launched


Paul Hakes has teamed up with Hudson Yachts to deliver this thoroughly foxy-looking new flush-deck 42-footer. ORCi and HPR versions are now available with different-length keel fins. Five boats now sold… Several to Europe


Lots of changes for V3, with 15% more power in the hull shape A promising and deeply attractive mid-sized Italian offering


Lighter in displacement than its race-winning predecessor, the new Ker 40+ features a deeper fin as well as an increase in reserve buoyancy forward. Already winning in IRC, two more boats were recently sold to the UK making for 4 to date


Established one-design success story. 30+ boats sold… Nine of Ker’s big production IRC design have been sold to date


What looks likely to be another fast-cruising success from this growing manufacturer; built using vacuum-infusion technology, her lay-up incorporates a 20mm Divinycell foam core everywhere except in areas of very high loading


Nine boats sold but now giving way to the Premier 45 The progeny of a well-known US west coast racer, boat no3 now sailing


An ultra-powerful new 44-footer that is directly descended from Carkeek’s all-conquering HPR 40. Expect this to be an offshore mile muncher every bit as much as it’s certain to be a high-pointing inshore rocketship...


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