Crazy Horse was the first of the semi-custom Sllim 37 IRC Cruiser/Racers and is a development of Mark Mills’ highly successful IRC 39 Mariners Cove. The boat was originally targeted at the small boat class in the 2008 Commodores Cup. Extending the philosophy of true dual-purpose Cruiser/Racers, the design has been optimised to be raced as efficiently as possible, without compromising dual-use features like the secure and comfortable cockpit layout that was refined over many designs, or the smart seaman-like interior, which can sleep 10.
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Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Nombre del barco
Bandera del barco: Ireland
Forma del casco: Otro
2008 Asymmetric Spi A1.5 SL50 / SK60 WHITE 2008 Asymmetric Spi A0/A3 NL 3.2 WHITE laminate 2010 Asymmetric Spi A5 SK 130 WHITE
2011 Spinnaker Staysail c/w Harken Furling Unit
Plus various older spinnakers and jibs
The yacht’s cradle has brand-new splashes and is mounted on large wheels, two fixed, two swiveling. Also has a towbar! 3 x Megafenders 5 x Mooring Lines Full-size mainsail cover
Interior; Carbon sink Cold locker Bainbridge two burner cooker with oven (2015) 2 x opening cockpit hatches 2 x opening coachroof hatches 2 x service batteries 1 x engine battery Built-in battery charger Built-in 16A 240v socket and shore powerlead Great access to engine – Yanmar 3YM30 Enclosed heads with vanity unit and sink
She is fitted with a Yanmar 30Hp diesel inboard engine and a saildrive with a twin blade Bri-ski folding racing propellor, 50lt diesel tank, fuel filter and water separator and spinlock throttle controls with new handle.
Crazy Horse is fitted with a 2 spreader mast and deep racing boom both in Carbon Fibre, standing rigging is rod. Both spars have been recently clear-coated and look brand-new. She has a two spinnaker pole set-ups; a short bowsprit, which is permanently mounted for use with light wind and reaching sails. The second setup is with the conventional spinnaker pole, for use with symmetric sails, which is quicker in the medium wind range. It’s also a must when sailing in current. A brand-new Harken spinnaker pole track and car was fitted in 2015. She also comes with a comprehensive running rigging package, all renewed 2014-2015 and with plenty of spares. A hydraulic mast jack from Holmatro is used for rig setup, as well as a push-button electrical hydraulic pump for adjusting the Aramid single backstay.
All spectra core strops were replaced in 2015.
The Code Zero was fitted with an anti-torsion stay and Ubi Maior furling unit in 2015, as yet un-used in anger.
Although originally a custom project, due to the level of interest it evolved to become a semi-production build to allow the talented New Zealand builder Davie Norris to reduce costs for subsequent builds. The glass/epoxy construction was engineered by High Modulus NZ, and the project was managed by Chris Main to ensure a high quality package on her Key West race Week 2008 debut.
Virtually every block and cleat has been replaced in 2015, all new units are Harken. All clutches were replaced with Spinlock XCS units and most of the fairleads were also replaced in 2015. Other equipment overhauled or replaced in 2015:- Hydraulic motor, engine, steering strops, steering wheel bearings, Skin fittings, Forehatch, vang, gooseneck pins
Winches are by Lewmar, 2 x three speed primaries 2 x two speed self tailers – mainsheet 2 x two speed self tailers with speed ring - coachroof Winch handles by Harken and Lewmar. Snatch blocks by Harken