The ORC class will be starring again in the 45rd Trofeo de vela Conde de Godó. The fleet will be divided into 5 groups provided in the “Reglamento Técnico de Cruceros” (Technical Cruise Regulations).
More than 60 boats both professional and amateurs will meet again in the magnificent racecourse of Barcelona and in the cozy Real Club Náutico de Barcelona, enjoying also the attractive social program of the event.
This year the
The J80 is the reference design class in our country and one of the largest and most popular internationally. It is a light boat and very fast mainly downwind. The fleet is characterized by a great equality being the determining factor the ability of the crew both maneuvers and tactics.
The J70 are incorporated as monotypes to the 46th Conde de Godó Sail Trophy. The J70 along with the J80 and the Dragon class will give a great show and excitement in the course Area of monotypes.
An extremely easy boat to rig. Its great manoeuvrability makes it a boat that is both agile and fun, aimed at experienced sailors as well as beginners.
Its carbon fiber rig and the height of its freeboard give it an excellent performance and great stability that resemble it, in behaviour, to sailboats of greater length.
This 46th edition of the Conde de Godó Sailing Trophy incorporates the emblematic Dragon class and will be at the same time Copa de España of the class.
The Dragon Class is one of the most attractive and exciting modalities of classical sailing. It is a boat that has hardly changed since its first design in 1929 by the Norwegian John Anker, two-time Olympic sailing champion. The weight, which is 1,700 kilos, the length of 8,93 meters, are practically the same as the original design. Although the first Dragons were built in wood, now they are also made of fiberglass. This class of boat is designed for three crewmembers, but today they can go four if the total weight of the crew does not exceed 285 kilos