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Akilaria RC1 MUEYU

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GENERAL
Name
Akilaria RC1 MUEYU
Model
Akilaria RC1 Class 40
Year
2009
Hull material
Sandwich
Located
Gijón
Price
115000
VAT
PAID
Flag
Spanish
Type
RACER
Slogan
Excelent sailing boat for short crew
Description
MUEYU has been well maintained and provides a fantastic opportunity for those seeking some adrenalin fuelled racing or with the addition of a few creature comforts added, some equally exciting cruising. She’s designed to be easily short-handed with her water ballast and an asymmetrical kite flown from the carbon bowsprit and which would her ideal for either a quick blast around the cans or for the more adventurous, some serious off-shore high speed sailing. Class rules forbid the use of canting keels or "exotic" materials in the construction, which serves to keep the cost down whilst maintaining the excitement. Having been designed by the renowned Marc Lombard Yacht Design Group, being known for his Open 60’s “Sill” and “Bouduelle,” there has clearly been no shortage experience and expertise in the creation of these boats. The boat was built by MC-TEC, a company of builders formerly with maxi-boat builder Wally Yachts. In a purpose-built, high-tech factory on the coast of Tunisia, Akilarias are built using industrial female moulds and the SCRIMP vinylester resin infusion moulded sandwich construction technique.
DESIGN
    Builder
    MC-TEC
    Designer
    Marc Lombard
    Design notes
    The "Class 40" has exploded in Europe and is rapidly gaining attention here in North America. SAIL Magazine named the Akilaria Class 40 one of its “Best Boats 2008” with an award for "Innovation in a Performance Boat". It's a fast, easy-to-sail boat -available with a full cruising interior or as a minimalist racer- with a fixed keel, twin rudders, water ballast, open cockpit, carbon rig and retractable carbon pole for asymmetrical kites. Class rules forbid the use of canting keels or "exotic" materials in construction, which serves to keep the cost down and provide maximum "bang for the buck" to sailors. PRESS REVIEWS: “Here is another Class 40 design. This time the designer is Marc Lombard. The Akilaria is built as a stock, production boat and available in both "standard" and "race" versions.
DIMENSIONS
    LOA
    12.19m
    Beam
    4.50m
    Draft
    3.024m
    Displacement
    4,992kg
ENGINES
    Engines
    Nanni N3.30
    Propeller
    Folding 2 blades
    Engines notes
    Nanni N3.30 29hp Diesel engine with folding propeller.
TANKS
    Water
    750l
    Tanks notes
    Water ballast tanks.
ACCOMMODATIONS
    Berths number
    4
    Shower
    No
    Accommodations notes
    2x single berths each with a lee-cloth. 1x manual flush marine toilet.
GALLEY
    Galley notes
    Gas burner stove. Sink with mixer tap.
ELECTRICAL
    Batteries
    4
    Battery charger
    Victron Energy
    Generator
    Yes
    Electrical notes
    WATT and SEA Generator Balmar Max Charge alternator regulator. Replacement batteries.
SPARS & RIGGING
    Sails
    A2 A3 A5 Storm Jib Stay Sail Main + Solent
    Rigging
    Rod rigging
    Mast
    Carbon
    Boom
    Carbon
    Vang
    Yes
    Running rigging
    Dyneema
    Furling system
    Yes
    Spars and rigging notes
    Carbon mast, with aluminium spreaders. Matching carbon boom and bowsprit. Mast, boom, and pole, resprayed. Roller furler headsail.
DECK EQUIPMENT
    Deck hardware
    Spinlock y Harken
    Winches
    Harken
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
    CE Registration
    Yes
    Fire-extinguishers
    Yes
    Epirb
    Yes
    Liferaft
    Yes
CONSTRUCTION
    Construction notes
    Vacuum bagged epoxy E-Glass foam/balsa sandwich construction. Hull stripped and epoxy primed. Deck non-slip resprayed. T-shaped 3m fin keel with a lead bulb. Keel removed for testing and refitted. Twin rudders with twin tiller steering.
EXTRA
    Radio CD
    Yes
    Speakers
    Yes
    Extra notes
    Kenwood radio/CD stereo with cabin a cockpit speakers
FINAL NOTES
    Final notes
    All information is provided to the best of our knowledge and belief in good faith, represents our subjective point of view and is not relevant to the contract.