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    <h2>&quot;Concise 10&quot; the record breaking, MOD 70 Trimaran is now for sale.<br />

    </h2>This is a rare opportunity to own one of the fastest machines on the water, that will offer the new owner the chance of entering the record books in just about every iconic race they choose to compete in.<br />
    <br />
    These boats are exceptional in just about every way and if you are looking to be the headline act anywhere you go or offer commercial return for your partners, this iconic boat needs to be looked at!<br />
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    Thrill seekers apply within.......<br />
    Inventory<br />
    <br />
    Safety ;<br />
    8-man liferaft plastimo<br />
    flares pack to rorc cat 1 rorc<br />
    epirb fitted<br />
    lifting sling fitted<br />
    throwing line fitted<br />
    safety knives fitted<br />
    jackstays fitted<br />
    bilge pumps fitted<br />
    bumbags ais, knife, torch <br />
    <br />
    Comms;<br />
    fleet broadband fitted<br />
    vhf fitted<br />
    hand held vhf fitted<br />
    hand held sat phone fitted<br />
    <br />
    Mooring;<br />
    fenders<br />
    inflatable fenders <br />
    mooring lines <br />
    mooring strops <br />
    fender skirt <br />
    power cables and hanging light <br />
    dehumidifier <br />
    heater <br />
    charger for lithium ions <br />
    Shore storage;<br />
    box of lifting strops <br />
    wooden shore supports <br />
    acro props for floats <br />
    wheeled trollies for hull<br />
    large acro props for storage<br />
    mast supports <br />
    Misc extras;<br />
    990 spares box <br />
    65.3 spares box<br />
    trav winch spares box <br />
    pedestal spares box <br />
    hydraulics spares box<br />
    <br />
    Offshore equipment;<br />
    bean bags<br />
    bean bag pillows <br />
    fwd bunk skins <br />
    unused pipecot <br />
    bunk fans <br />
    aft bunk skin <br />
    galley pockets <br />
    jet boil holders <br />
    jet boil burners <br />
    water barrels<br />
    watermaker <br />
    <br />
    Bridge<br />
    <br />
    History;<br />
    The aim was to build a boat which would be the standard for the next ten years (2010-2020); a one-design 70ft trimaran conforming to very precise specifications with the focus on being modern, efficient, safe and durable. The development of the concept of the MOD70 was a collaboration with the VPLP design firm (Vincent Lauriot-Prévost / Marc Van Peteghem). A strict quota of 12 boats was set at the beginning of the project, with a maximum of four per nation, to encourage the internationalization of the class.<br />
    <br />
    With the MOD70 firmly geared towards oceanic navigation, each boat can install innovative communication systems for ‘live’ tracking and a full range of information about the races, which can then be made available on all multimedia platforms.<br />
    <br />
    At the end of 2011, seven teams were involved:<br />
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    Very soon, some renowned skippers became involved in the class. The pioneers were Michel Desjoyeaux and his boat owner Foncia, who from January 2010 announced their return to the multihull arena and their participation in the Multi One Championship. Since then other teams have arrived:<br />
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    January 2010: Michel Desjoyeaux / Foncia<br />
    October 2010: Roland Jourdain / Veolia Environnement<br />
    August 2011: Sidney Gavignet / Oman Sail<br />
    September 2011: Yann Guichard / Spindrift racing<br />
    Jan 2012: Jean-Pierre Dick / Paprec-Virbac - NOW CONCISE 10<br />
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    By the end of 2012, seven teams representing 3 nations had committed to the MOD70 circuit and it was no looking back from there.<br />
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    Construction;<br />
    This latest generation of absolutely identical trimarans aims to combine modernity and performance, safety, reliability and cost control.<br />
    Measuring over 10 feet in length (21.20 metres instead of 18.28 metres), the MOD 70s are less beamy than their ORMA ancestors, the latter reaching 18 metres.<br />
    Seven specific features, which favour safety and reliability, whilst guaranteeing performance, can be noted:<br />
    <br />
    1) Smaller sail area (5%) providing more safety when ocean sailing 2<br />
    2) Longer central hull (10 ft) to minimise pitchpoling 3<br />
    3) Raised beam clearance to reduce wave impacts 4<br />
    4) Possibility to lift the centre hull rudder<br />
    5) Curved foils for more performance and safety 6<br />
    6) Shorter monolithic canting mast (+/- 8%) positioned further aft in the hull 7<br />
    7) Low temperature cured carbon fibre &amp; foam sandwich construction<br />
    <br />
    • VPLP Design Office(Fr): Designers, architects office<br />
    • NORTH SAILS (USA/Fr): Sails, 3DL, unique one-design sail wardrobe<br />
    • CDK Technologies (Fr): Project manager yard, assembly<br />
    • Decision (Sui): Boatyard, construction of the beams<br />
    • Multiplast (Fr): Boatyard, construction of the floats<br />
    • Lorima (Fr): Construction of the masts and booms<br />
    Machinery<br />
    <br />
    Appendages; <br />
    lifting foils fitted<br />
    daggerboard fitted<br />
    central rudder fitted<br />
    float rudders fitted<br />
    float rudder not fitted (spare)<br />
    rudder fuses multiple spares<br />
    box of steering components multiple spares<br />
    <br />
    Blocks; <br />
    mainsheet 125s <br />
    gennaker 125s <br />
    gennaker 0 position 125s<br />
    jib in out 75s<br />
    jib up down 75s <br />
    foil system 55s<br />
    dagger 100 <br />
    Hydraulics;<br />
    outhaul ram <br />
    mainsheet ram <br />
    cap shroud rams <br />
    spare cap ram <br />
    box hydraulic spares <br />
    oil barrels<br />
    spare seals <br />
    <br />
    Rig<br />
    <br />
    Rig Dimensions;<br />
    Mast Rake: 4°<br />
    Mast Height: 29m<br />
    Light Displacement: 6.3T<br />
    Upwind Sail Area: 310m2<br />
    Downwind Sail Area: 409m2<br />
    <br />
    Mast hardware;<br />
    b&amp;g wand<br />
    windex +vhf <br />
    10t facnor lock <br />
    7t facnor lock <br />
    radar dome on bracket with lights<br />
    fwd edge mast fairing <br />
    mast track section<br />
    mast gate section<br />
    box of spare pins <br />
    boom <br />
    old mainsail cars <br />
    new mainsail cars <br />
    spare cars <br />
    <br />
    Running Rigging;<br />
    main halyard<br />
    gennaker halyard<br />
    j2/staysail halyard <br />
    j3/triquette<br />
    reef 1,2,3<br />
    cunningham <br />
    mainsheet <br />
    sk99 j1 sheets<br />
    sk78 j1 sheet spare <br />
    gennaker sheets<br />
    j2 sheets <br />
    j3 sheets <br />
    gennaker tackline<br />
    j2 tackline<br />
    j3 tackline <br />
    gennaker furling line<br />
    j1 furling line<br />
    j2 furling line <br />
    j3 furling line <br />
    jib up down <br />
    jib in out <br />
    dagger up <br />
    dagger down<br />
    foil up <br />
    foil down<br />
    foil aft <br />
    foil fwd<br />
    main traveller continuous<br />
    tackline constrictors<br />
    man halyard <br />
    main reef down line<br />
    main reef lock line<br />
    central rudder down line<br />
    lazyjacks<br />
    <br />
    Rigging cables;<br />
    headstay fitted and spare <br />
    caps fitted and spare <br />
    lowers fitted and spare<br />
    backstay <br />
    gennaker cable long <br />
    gennaker cable short spare<br />
    j2 cable fitted and spare <br />
    j3 cable fitted and spare <br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Accommodation<br />
    <br />
    Regatta Sails;<br />
    3di mainsail - North 2017 3di j1 - North 2017 3di j2 3di gennaker - North 2017 3dl j3<br />
    <br />
    Club/training sails;<br />
    3dl mainsail <br />
    3dl mainsail - 2012 3dl j1 3dl j2 3dl j2 3dl gennaker 3dl gennaker 3dl gennaker (short luff )<br />
    <br />
    Category:Sailing Boats
    Mooring Country:United Kingdom
    Year built:2012
    Sales status:available
    LOA:21 m/69 ft
    Length:21 m/69 ft
    Material hull:carbon fibre
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