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Architect : Guy Saillard
Architect: Guy Saillard
Shipyard: J.P.K. Composites (Larmor-Plage) in 2001, Sailing Concept (La Ciotat) in 2002-2003, Estuaire Plaisance Services (Arzal) in 2005
Overall length: 7.80 m
Length on board line: 6.80 m
Master beam (max width): 1.30 m
Beam on board line: 1.14 m
Maximum thickness:0. 75 m
Draught: 1.05 m
Loaded weight: approx. 500-550 kg
Material: epoxy resin and carbon fiber with airex foam and internal honeycomb bulkheads.
Batteries: 12V /120 AH (4 units SBS30, Electromaintenance)
Electrical installation: aviation cables, Sunpower regulator (OceanElec)
Solar panels: 7 in parallel (Webasto), one independent, total 12V / 120 W
Watermaker: Power survivor 12V/ 5 litres/h
Telephone: Iridium fixed and mobile (official suppliers E.T.N.A. and TDCom)
Positioner: GPS Furuno GP 50 Mark 2
Radio: VHF Icom IC GM 1500
Computer: portable watertight Panasonic: CF-18 Toughbook.
Rigging: official supplier Neil Pryde, 6 battened sails in mono-film screen (modified RAFJET standard sails), 4 sizes, 5.2 to 7.4 m2; 4 masts of 4.60m in carbon and 3 booms.
Food: approximately 100 kg of food taken on board at departure comprising whole dishes, dehydrated and freeze dried, dried meat, dried fruit, energy bars, biscuits, concentrated milk with sweetener, jams, honey ...
Pharmacy: a kit of about 11 kilos made up by Dr. H. Chevreuil.
Miscellaneous: one complete tool kit, sailing clothes and rest clothes, survival suit (TPS Guy Cotten), sleeping bags, reefer jacket, batteries, books, MP3 reader, gas cartridges, spot-lights, distress flares, survival blankets, thermos flask, etc.
Total on-board weight 250 kg.
The living quarters are a space of little more than 1m3.