Racing Yacht • Phuket
Price upon Application
Max Pax – 13 (racing)
Displacement (tons)  6
Length Overall (metre)  14.5
Beam (metre)  4.4
Draft (metre)  2.3
Designer:  Bruce Farr
Technical Specifications
  • Hull: GRP
  • Engine: Volvo 78 hp diesel engine
  • Diesel: 235 L
  • Cruising Speed: 7 knots
  • Propeller: Maxprop 3 blades
    feathering propeller
  • Steering: Raymarine autopilot
  • Water: 620 L
  • Electricity DC: 3 12 V 200 Ah
    gel batteries
  • Charging: Engine, shore power
  • Electricity AC: Shore power
    1 kW inverter
Electronics & Navigations
  • Navigation: Raymarine chart
  • Instruments: Echo sounder,
    log, wind (B&G)
  • Communications: VHF
  • Mainsail: Dacron
    or Sobstad Kevlar Taffeta
  • Headsail: Sobstad Kevlar Taffeta
  • No 1 and 3 jibs
  • Dacron No 4 jib
  • Spinnaker: Doyle masthead 1.5 oz,
  • White Sails fractional 1.5 oz,
  • Sobstad fractional 0.9 oz
  • RC Rating: 1.063
  • Anchor: 2 anchors
    anchor windlass
  • Dinghy: Dinghy,
    outboard engine
  • Safety: Flares, MOB equipment,
    smoke alarms, fire extinguishers,
    life jackets, first aid kit
Accommodation & Toys
  • Galley: Gas stove, refrigerator,
  • Cabins: 6 berths
  • Multimedia: CD and mp3 player
  • Showers & Heads: Hot shower
    2 heads
  • Stern Platform:




sailplane is a big powerful yacht that has won the Kings Cup regatta only last year in Bareboat Class. A Bruce Farr design created without regard to handicap rules, so the hull lines are both powerful and slippery. Sailplane is kitted out to extremely high standards with respect to racing. The 47/7 has a fine entry and a comfortably wide transom. The yacht requires 10-12 crew and is an easy yacht to handle compared to many this size. She is almost certain to be on the winners podium again at the SE Asian regattas. Sail Plane can compete well in both Bare Boat and IRC 2 classes. Available at a competitive price for Kings Cup.