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Soto 40 #27

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GENERAL
Name
Soto 40 #27
Model
Soto 40
Year
September 2011
Hull material
GRP
Located
Spain
Price
PRICE AT REQUEST
VAT
NOT PAID
Flag
spanish
Type
RACER
Slogan
One desing class AUDI MEDCUP
Description
One desing class AUDI MEDCUP.
DIMENSIONS
    LOA
    12.3m
    Beam
    3.75m
    Draft
    2.6m
    Displacement
    4200 kgkg
ACCOMMODATIONS
    Shower
    Yes
SPARS & RIGGING
    Sails
    - Main sail Quantum carbon. - Jib light-medium Quantum carbon. - Jib medium-heavy Quantum carbon. - Jib 3.5 kevlar. - A1 Quantum. - A2 Quantum - A4 North Sails.
    Mast
    King Composites' mast carbon high modulus.
    Boom
    Aluminium boom.
    Spars and rigging notes
    Holmatro mast jack equipment. Mast base adjustable. Rig: The carbon rig includes two swept-back spreaders and masthead asymmetrics assembled to the fixed bowsprit. Sailing upwind, the S40 has about 100sq m. of sail area with their non-overlapping jibs and its square-top main (similar to an America's Cup), brings greater efficiency to the sailplan without making the rig too tall. The twin backstays provide tension for the forestay, when it comes for windy and wavy condition.
DECK EQUIPMENT
    Winches
    winches and hardware Lewmar.
    Deck equipment notes
    High load jammers by Spinlock. Tiller: The tiller option the mainsail trimmer is positioned aft of the skipper. The mainsheet system runs forward to the gooseneck and travels back underdeck to a recessed self-tailing winch.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
    Safety equipment notes
    Safety equipment complete.
CONSTRUCTION
    Construction notes
    Hull and deck: The structure is constructed in a female matrix. Vacuum E-glass and Core-cell with epoxy resin are used throughout. The hull is prepared to receive all the internal structure, parts and equipment and be ready to admit the deck. The boat is easy to build, without neglecting the serial production, reduced costs, and measurement and weighting easiness. Lines: The lines of the S40 OD are the result of an extensive study into the pursuit of speed and balance, the almost immersed transom and the geometry of the buttocks (vertical sections) provide control and power at high speeds. The distinctive “winglets” on the topsides reduce the harmful effect of flare on leeward heeled waterlines. Internal Structure: The internal structure is built in a female mould with E-glass bi-axials and carbon fibre uni-directionals cappings. The internal structure consists of central longitudinals and keel floors, side bunks, also “L” shape stringers and bulkheads. Appendages: The keel and rudder are high aspect ratio foils. The rudder comes from a matrix and the keel is drilled, which ensures the equality of the whole appendages of the class. The last one, is a hollowed strut that helps to lower the VCG and allows to add weight to the lead bulb. The deep carbon/epoxy rudder is almost square at the tip. This is an area that works much when reaching and also at large heel angles. For this reason, it has been chosen to increase the induced resistance in this crucial area in spite of diminishing a better lift when necessary.
EXTRA
    Extra notes
    Boom covers. Fenders. Mooring lines.