Race Horse

Race Horse was built as part of the W-Class effort to establish level high performance racing for the Spirit of Tradition narrative. She may have been finished in 2010, as she’s part of the modern W-37 Sport Classique class. But the influences come squarely out of turn-of-the-century work boats. The sheer and layout is a direct lift from sandbaggers and sloop racers of that era. And Race Horse extends the SoT narrative into a plumb transom and stem, carbon rig, rudder and sophisticated joinery. A nice touch is the comfortable, upholstered cockpit couches that can be removed and stowed ashore for racing. At speed, and well handled, this boat will plane in a breeze. See more information and details here:

LOA: 43ft 5in (13.25m)
LOD: 36ft 11in (11.27m)
LWL: 33ft 3in (10.13m)
BOA: 11ft 8in (3.56m)
DRAFT:8ft 0in (2.44m)

DISPLACEMENT: 8,520lbs (3,865Kg)
SAIL AREA: 886sq ft (82.3sq m)
SA/D RATIO: 38.7
POWER:15 hp Volvo D1

Built by: Brooklin Boat Yard, 2010watch the video