Shanghai Babe
Multihull Racing Yacht • Phuket
from 150,000THB
Max Pax 8 – 15
Displacement (tons)  5.5
Length Overall (metre)  12.2
Beam (metre)  6.4
Draft (metre)  0.6
Designer:  Tony Grainger
Year Built:  2011
Technical Specifications
  • Hull: Composite
  • Engine: 2 x 30hp
  • Diesel: No
  • Cruising Speed: 9 knots
  • Propeller: 2
  • Steering: Wheel, autopilot
  • Water: 800 L
  • Electricity DC: 12v
  • Charging: Solar
  • Electricity AC: 240v
Electronics & Navigations
  • Navigation: Raymarine chart plotter
  • Instruments: Echo sounder, log, wind
  • Communications: VHF
Sails
  • Mainsail: Full batten mainsail
  • Headsail: Furling genoa
  • Gennaker: Yes
  • Sail Area: 120 sqm
Other
  • Anchor: Anchor,windlass
  • Dinghy: Dinghy on davits ,outboard engine
  • Safety: Fire extinguishers,flares, life jackets, first aid kit
Accommodation & Toys
  • Galley: Gas stove, oven, refrigerator, freezer
  • Cabins: 3 queen size cabins, 2 single berths
  • Multimedia: CD and mp3 player, flat screen TV
  • Showers & Heads: Large showers and heads.
  • Stern Platform: ladder, deck shower
  • Leisure: snorkelling gear, fishing, diving.

Shanghai Babe

 

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ABOUT ‘Shanghai Babe

‘Shanghai Babe’ is an F28 Corsair Trimaran and is available from Sail in Asia for Day Charter at a very competitive price. Extraordinary speed and rapid acceleration are the characteristics of this amazing vessel. The F28 trimaran has the ability to fly on a puff of wind, effortlessly, thanks to the high-performance sails and low drag of its hulls.. Comfortable stability at any speed and in almost all sea conditions is simply a feature of beam and buoyancy. Heeling (often unpopular with sailors) is restricted to about 15 degrees, which feels like about 5 degrees on the broad, flat deck and trampolines of a Corsair.

Superior safety is inherent in the design and construction which stems from the same features that make them sail flat and fast. In fact, with the hulls filled to the brim with water, the positive buoyancy of the materials of construction keep the vessel afloat even with all crew aboard.

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