Racing:

TF35 Trophy

Compared to its predecessors, the TF35 has been designed with the ambitious brief to offer top level foiling to a wider audience of sailors. With earlier take-off speeds, guaranteed foiling upwind and down and a fully automatic flight control system, the TF35 uses the latest in foiling technology, both to improve performance and simplify high speed foiling while making it easier to race.

THE RACING

- - - Given the current public health situation, the team's sporting calendar is being revised for the 2020 season. - - -
After 16 years of racing the D35 on Lake Geneva it is time for an upgrade and for the 2020 season the new foiling TF35 will race both on the lake and at open water venues across Europe introducing the next generation of foiling to the world.
The TF35 Trophy will be a strictly one design racing tour offering a level playing field for professional teams and owner driver teams.
The six-stop 2020 season will start on Lake Geneva for four events before moving to open water venues across Europe that have been specifically chosen to offer the best sailing for the ultra high performance foiling cats.
The plan is for four to six races per day on a windward leeward course with upwind starts and downwind finishes. Each race will take approximately 20 minutes.
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THE BOAT

Until now the opportunity to race a catamaran that foils both down and up wind has been reserved for the sailing elite of the America's Cup however the new design of flight controlled t-foil catamaran will open the door for wider the sailing community to try their hand at the full foiling experience.

  • Construction: Multiplast, Lorima, Heol composites, Pixel sur Mer
  • Length (overall): 15.00m
  • Length (hull): 10.85m
  • Boat width: 6.31m
  • Overall width: 9,38m
  • Weight: 1200 kg
  • Main foil draft: 2.70m
  • Main foil width: 2.90m
  • Rudder draft: 2.05m
  • Rudder width: 1.35m
  • Mainsail: 78m²
  • Jib: 34m²
  • Drifter: 59m²
  • Gennaker: 139m²
  • Crew: 6 people

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