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1988 Plan Billoch, built by Billoch
Dossier plus complet sur le site "RB Sailing blog"
Complete file on "RB Sailing blog"
From RB Sailing Blog: "While Jockey Club carried a conventional rig in terms of spar manufacture (Sparcraft) and sails (Norths), the yacht had a number of obvious differences from the typical One Tonners of the period, with her rig set reasonably far aft, with the forestay well inset from the stem and the boom overhanging the deck/transom line. This meant that the cabin top mostly sat for'ard of the mast, and appeared to require an aftward extension to the cabin top to provide space for the companionway area. It also seems from one of the photo below that the vang strut was attached to the mast below the cabin profile. One can assume that the internal accommodation was somewhat compromised as a result of this arrangement. The hull featured an attractive sheer, not dissimilar to earlier European One Tonners, but did not take advantage of IOR rule changes that had been invoked for the 1989 season that allowed a more upright transom arrangement that did not affect the measurement of the after girth stations. Jockey Club displayed the typical IOR hard point in the topside area of the maximum beam measurement, and this was married to an apparent concavity in the stern area with possibly less of a bustle around the skeg."
1989 One Ton
Cup, Naples: 25 - 24 - 27 - 13 - 12 =
Admiral's Cup: 33 - 38 - 27 - 18 - 36 - 38 = 37e/42 et 17e/22 OT, Argentina Team: 14e/14
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