The Hobie Miracle 20 is a performance boat, sometimes referred to as a mini Tornado. It’s a fantastic option for sailors that want high speed, but don’t want to deal with a spinnaker.
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Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
Designer: Hobie Cat Design Team
LÖA Längd över allt: 19 fot 7 tum
Bredd: 8 fot 6 tum
Min. djupgång: 0 fot 5 tum
Max. djupgång: 2 fot 9 tum
Deplacement: 420 pund
torrvikt: 420 pund
Length Overall - 19’ 7” (5.97 m) Length Waterline - 18’ 8” (5.69 m) Beam - 8’ 6” (2.6 m) Draft (max) - 2' 9" (0.84 m) Draft (min) - 5" (0.13 m) Weight - 421 lb (191 kg) Mast Length - 31' (9.5 m) Mainsail area - 195 ft² (18.11 m²) Jib area - 55 ft² (5.11 m²)
Manufacturer Provided Description
Meet the Cat of choice for racers around the world. Specially engineered to set a rapid new pace for the 90s, the Hobie 20 is designed with every "go fast" feature imaginable, virtually all as standard equipment that would be costly options on other boats. Racing is full of ups and downs, and the Hobie 20 takes charge of both. It boasts superior downwind performance by harnessing the wind with its lightweight hydrodynamic hulls and powerful, full high-aspect ratio mainsail. Rigid hulls with elongated high-aspect daggerboards give the racer's edge while a tri-radial jib of yarn-tempered Dacron and Mylar mainsail dance with the wind. The Harken 8:1 downhaul and prebent Comptip mast enable power at the top of the sail to be controlled, even while trapezing. And, with Harken equipment throughout, quality is guaranteed. For even more control, all jib sheet, jib lead, downhaul and mast rotation adjustments can be made from the trapeze. No other production catamaran offers such high performance at such an affordable price.
White hulls with colored graphics Multi-colored mainsail White tri-radial jib Sport Seats Black mesh trampoline
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