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2010 Plan Farr. Kiwi 40 FC No1, built by BT Boats in Auckland, New Zealand

2010 Septembre: mise à l'eau du bateau à Auckland, the boat will now begin an intense program of speed tests and sea trials in Auckland and Wellington.
Hull No1 already entered in the Global Ocean Race 2011-12 (GOR)
23 December, Kiwi 40 inversion test, Cookson-built Farr-designed Class 40 completes her Global Ocean Race safety checks.

2011 GOR Team Entry Peráspera: Francesco Piva (owner), Isidoro Santececca, , Luca Zoccoli, Ramon Sant Hill
Le bateau a été transporté par cargo de NZ en Floride. Puis le bateau effectue son parcours de qualification jusqu'aux Açores.
Avril, ensuite le bateau est convoyé par Piva et Zoccoli jusqu'à Gosport.
14 aout, Fastnet: 2e/20 Class 40 en 3j14h20' à 3'. Francesco PIVA

14 avril, Normandy Channel Race, Caen: DNF/20. eq: James STABLEFORD, Piers TYLER
New owner and new name:
Privateer, RSA 4396

2014 4 January, RCYC Cape to Rio Race: ?e/??, Francois KUTTEL/Adrian KUTTEL
Picture from Internet...

2015 20 February, Mykonos Offshore Regatta: 9 - 15 - 14 - dnf = 14e/18 IRC
17 avril, Cape Town,

28 May, RCYC Double Handed Series Overall Results: 7 - dnc - dnc - dnc - dnc = 11e/12 Division 1, Francois KUTTEL/Adrian KUTTEL

12 November, site Class 40: Farr Class 40 For Sale / A Vendre, A first class example of a privately owned and little used semi-custom Class 40. This Kiwi 40FC ‘Privateer’ was launched in 2010 from the world renowned Cookson yard and was the first of the FC40s to be built. This example benefits from custom features not seen on the later production boats. Composite rudder stocks, JP3 bearings, custom scoops and ballast transfer system along with the mainsheet track/traveller fitted to the cockpit floor saving weight and lowering the centre of gravity. Since launching she completed sea trials, a delivery to the UK from Fort Lauderdale, the 2011 Fastnet Race (2nd Class 40), local UK racing and the Cape to Rio Race. Built: 2010 Cookson Boats New Zealand, Designer: Farr Yacht Design, LOA: 12.19m, Beam: 4.49m, Draft: 3.00m, Displacement: 4500Kgs, 2010 Fractionally rigged two spreader New Zealand Rigging clear coated carbon mast and boom, (Rig stripped, serviced and new clear coating 2015), Rotating carbon bowsprit, 2010 New Zealand Rigging rod standing rigging. (Serviced 2015), Textile backstays replaced in 2013, Main Carbon/Kevlar 3DL (2010) New Main 2015, J1 Solent Carbon/Kevlar 3DL (2010) New J1 2015, J2 TrinquetteNorlamPolyester (2010), J3 New 2015, Heavy Jib NorlamPolyester (2010), TrisailNorlamPolyester (2010), Code 0 (2010) IRC Code 0 (2012), A2 (20120, A3 MH Gennaker (2010), A4 MH Gennaker (2010), A5 (2012), Code 5 Reacher (2010), Storm Jib (2010)
20 November, Novamarine Rob Meek Overnight Race: 3e/6 IRC 17h48' elapsed

Privateer, USA 102
April, on Atlantic Cup entrants list: Rich Fleishman & David Hommel
28 May, Atlantic Cup, Charleston-Brooklyn-Portland: DNF/9 Class 40
1 October, The Greenport Ocean Race & The Greenport Bay Race: DNF

2018 14 February, Miami to Havana, 210 NM: 2e/2 Class 40, Jonathan GREEN
26 May, Atlantic Cup, Charleston-NYC / NYC-Portland, and 5 inshore races: 8 - 6 - 9 - 6 - 8 - 8 - 8 = 7e/11 Class 40

2019 22 April, Bermuda 1-2: on entrants list, Jonathan GREEN
8 June, Bermuda 1-2: 4 94h07' at 1h17' - 1 76h07' = 1er/5 Class 40 elapsed time 170h14', éq: Jeffrey MACFARLANE

2022 17 June, Bermuda Race, elapsed time 75h05': 3e/9 Doublehanded, Carl KAH






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