NACRA | 570 Race

Sailors work hard all week, at the weekend they want to sail: simple and fast! The 570 Race takes skeg hulls to another level. This boat is powerful and fast. It developed from the 570 with an extra large jib fitted down to the spinnaker pole hence more power lower down providing increased drive and less heeling moment. Jib and main are built of MNX and give the boat a modern appearance.

Technical data

Boat length 5.70
Boat width 2.44
Mast lenght 9.15
Area mainsail 16.55
Area Jib 4.90
Area Spi 21.00

Configuration

Nacra snuffer system Standard
Nacra kick up rudder system Standard
Foam sandwich Vinylester construction Standard
Ariba Glassfiber telesscopic joystick Standard
Adjustable trapeze system Option
1:8 mainsheet system Standard

Large buoyant hulls, made of vinyl polyester sandwich foam, give the greatest strength for weight ratio and are made with care. Therefore you get a boat that will last many years. Masses of volume in front of the beams give confidence when you are driving the NACRA 570 Race hard, because you just know that it is well balanced. Equipped with Harken gear throughout, silky smooth operation is now yours. With Cunningham downhaul, mainsheet blocks and traveller all controlling the mainsail shape, the NACRA 570 Race gets maximum power and that way speed when needed.

The 21 sq metre spinnaker generates the final performance addition to the 570 Race. The spinnaker is held in a long streamlined bag alongside the spinnaker pole and easily launched with a simple but effective system.

Sailing skeg hulled Catamarans downwind in the past has always been a problem. But not any more! This boat is a joy. It is fast, safe and will take you into another world of sailing! Sail it deep downwind, with helm and crew inboard or sail “hot” with crew on the wire and as the speed increases, you will know that you are sailing a true NACRA thoroughbred.