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COMETA

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GENERAL
Name
COMETA
Model
COMETA
Year
2000
Hull material
Carbon
Color hull
WHITE
Located
AT REQUEST
Price
PRICE AT REQUEST
VAT
NOT PAID
Flag
CROATIAN
Type
RACER
Slogan
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Description
Join the Maxi racing class for amazing value for money.
DIMENSIONS
    LOA
    19.8m
    Beam
    5.4m
    Draft
    4m
    Displacement
    9000kg
ENGINES
    Engines
    Lombardini Marine 40HP
ACCOMMODATIONS
    Berths number
    12 pipe cots, aluminium frames with beige canvas
    Shower
    Yes
    Accommodations notes
    Aluminium stairs
ELECTRICAL
    Batteries
    2 batteries for instruments
    Electrical notes
    Barometer, Clock Special Marine
SPARS & RIGGING
    Sails
    1 main-Kevlar Quantum Sails 1 main Dacron for delivery 1 Gennaker light 1 Gennaker medium 1 Gennaker heavy 1 Gennaker small 7/8 1 Code 0 on furler to top of the mainsail 1 stormsail 1 small storm sail 1 Genua light 1 genua medium heavy 1 Genua 4 1 Genua 5
    Rigging
    Standing rigging in PBO wire
    Mast
    Rotating carbon mast, 1 set of spreaders
    Boom
    Boom Carbon
    Spars and rigging notes
    Bow sprit Carbon
DECK EQUIPMENT
    Deck hardware
    Deck harware Harken racingSpinlock stoppers racing
    Winches
    1 main Harken 990 2 x Grinders Carbon2 x64 two speed Harken2 x45 two speed Harken2 x three speed Harken2 x45 ST Harken2 x53 ST Harken
    Deck equipment notes
    2 Aluminium steering wheels Steering pedastle with compass
CONSTRUCTION
    Keel
    Canting keel
    Construction notes
    Carbon nomex sandwich
EXTRA
    Extra notes
    Gangway in Carbon
FINAL NOTES
    Final notes
    Cometa is in excellent condition, maintained by professional boatsmanager. This carbon-fiber, epoxy built racer is featuring a sail area-to-displacement ratio that’s nearly off the charts. With an adjustable keel, rotating mast, and forward daggerboards, Cometa is one of the marvels of the Open Class, which fosters enhanced performance through design freedom and innovation. ´Not many sailors outside of the Med get a chance to see the likes of Cometa, an offshoot of the Open Class 60 built to be sailed by a full crew. Unlike her more well known single-handed cousins (like Ellen MacArthur’s Kingfisher or Michel Desjoyeaux’s PRB), Cometa sports an open transom, a low coach roof that affords little protection for the broad cockpit, and widely spread twin helms. Her appearance is more that of a grand prix, ‘round-the-buoys racer than a world girdler, and as such she seems to have more in common with America’s Cup boats than the steeds customarily seen in events like the Vendeé Globe. Open 60s of this variety are designed for pure speed over relatively short distances. Designed by Maurizio Cossutti, Cometa sports 2,905 square feet of upwind sail area, but displaces a mere 16,500 pounds, including a 7,000-pound adjustable keel. That gives this carbon-fiber and epoxy vessel a sail area-to-displacement ratio that’s nearly off the charts, somewhere in the high 50s, depending upon how much mainsail roach you care to calculate. Watch for more records to fall wherever Cometa is on the starting line.´ Disclaimer The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.