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|Surface de la Grand-voile||11.50|
|Poids total (env.)||82.5|
|Poids de la coque (env.)||44|
|Nombre de personnes autorisées||2|
|Permis de navigation||non|
|Recommandé pour pratique sportive et régates||oui|
The spinnaker hoist and recovery system allows the sailor to hoist and drop the kite in seconds due to the low friction blocks and wide chute mouth. In addition the system is not prone to jamming or ropes twisting up which could lead to problems in extreme situations.
The Musto Performance Skiff has evolved and been tested using the considerable experience of the development team. From the concept in 1999 by German designer Dr. Joachim Harpprecht, a lifetime single-handed trapeze dinghy sailor, through Victor Boats production prototypes to Dave Ovington and Ovington Boats work to finalise the production and manufacture. The previous successes of these world premier boat-building companies guarantee the quality of the Musto Performance Skiff.
With the backing of Musto Limited and with strong class rules protecting the one design principle we are enjoying strong and exciting fleet racing worldwide.
The Musto Performance Skiff was presented at the ISAF single-handed trials in March 2000 for consideration for future Olympic Class. The result of the evaluation event was clear and very satisfying to everyone who was involved in the project. Evaluation sailors invited to the event by ISAF had no problems sailing the Musto Performance Skiff and the smiles showed their enjoyment of sailing this boat.
Originally designed for the ISAF high performance single handed trials (which it dominated), the Musto Performance Skiff has developed into the World’s most popular ISAF international class of its type. Gone are the days when the average club sailors only considered the class suitable for professionals. Indeed it is these club sailors who are now the backbone of the fleet, in part due to the friendly class ethos and eagerness of the members to give new sailors a helping hand.
With fleets approaching 100 entries at major regattas the class has established itself on the international stage, with over 20 nations currently seen competing at World events. Not only this, but it is also one of the true success stories of a manufactured class developing in close harmony with a strong independent class association.