ECUME DE MER

ECUME DE MER photo ECUME DE MER drawing

Sailboat Specifications


Hull Type:
Fin with rudder on skeg
Rigging Type:
Masthead Sloop
LOA:
26.00 ft / 7.92 m
LWL:
19.25 ft / 5.87 m
S.A. (reported):
277.00 ft2 / 25.73 m2
Beam:
8.75 ft / 2.67 m
Draft (max):
5.00 ft / 1.52 m
Draft (min):
Displacement:
4,000 lb / 1,814 kg
Ballast:
1,610 lb / 730 kg
S.A./Disp.:
17.64
Bal./Disp.:
40.25
Disp./Len.:
250.33
Construction:
FG
Ballast Type:
First Built:
1968
Last Built:
1979
# Built:
1335
Builder:
Chantier Malliard (FR)
Designer:
Group Finot
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Sailboat Calculations

S.A./Disp.:
17.64
Bal./Disp.:
40.25
Disp./Len.:
250.33
Comfort Ratio:
16.16

Rig and Sail Particulars

I:
29.50 ft / 8.99 m
J:
10.70 ft / 3.26 m
P:
24.90 ft / 7.59 m
E:
9.60 ft / 2.93 m
SPL/TPS:
ISP:
S.A. Fore:
157.83 ft2 / 14.66 m2
S.A. Main:
119.52 ft2 / 11.10 m2
S.A. Total (100% Fore + Main Triangles)
277.35 ft2 / 25.77 m2
S.A./Disp. (calc.):
17.66
Est. Forestay Len.:
31.38 ft / 9.56 m

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Notes

Early Finot design and winner of IOR 1/4 ton cup several times beginning in 1968 First boats were of plywood multi-chine construction. (Flush deck). Boats based on this design have been built in France, Holland, Australia and Japan. Selected for the 'Tour de France a la Voile' in 1978. Finot was actually still working for Philippe Harle at this time. 'Petite Fleur', a soft chined version of the ECUME DE MER design (with other improvements) was Int. 1/4 ton winner in 1972.



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